Zim judge joins Sadc Tribunal

The newly sworn-in SADCAT judges were appointed by the Sadc Council of Ministers during its meeting held in August 2022 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
By Problem Masau Nov. 23, 2022

Organised violence, torture and elections: Can Zimbabwe citizens be insulated ahead of 2023 polls?

The framework revolves around five pillars that encapsulate all aspects of elections as well as linking these to the current and ongoing political economy.
By Sapes Trust Nov. 19, 2022

Cabinet approves Sadc prisoner swop protocol

 Zimbabwe will soon be able to receive its convicted nationals serving sentences in neighbouring countries
By Problem Masau Nov. 17, 2022

Man in court for mocking President Mnangagwa

Robert Zakeyo (43) appeared before Bindura magistrate Shingirayi Mutoro who postponed his trial as he was overwhelmed with other cases.
By Emma Nhancumba Nov. 15, 2022

Border Timbers on recapitalisation drive

The company was placed under voluntary provisional judicial management in 2015 and final judicial management in 2016.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 8, 2022

Child marriages worry Sadc

This came out during discussions on the Sadc model law on eradicating child marriages, currently on-going in Harare.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 2, 2022

Sadc failing to meet growing power demands Zhemu

Zhemu said the electricity supply industry in the Sadc region has been characterised by many challenges.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Nov. 1, 2022

‘Shrinking democratic space affecting media in region’

The region’s media is said to be under siege, with Zimbabwe currently crafting the Private Voluntary Organisations (PVOs) Amendment Bill
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 30, 2022

US hits back at SA claims on Zim sanctions

Jim Risch shot back, blaming South Africa for failing to provide leadership in the region, and its failure to hold Zimbabwean leaders to account.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 30, 2022