Zim will be a shell by 2030

Zimbabwe was slapped targeted sanctions by the United States of America, the United Kingdom and the European Union in 2005 and was reduced to ruins...
By Amh Voices Jan. 10, 2023

“They burnt my father”: Silent cries of Zimbabwe’s Gukurahundi victims

He had been accused of housing dissidents. “They burnt father in the house, I was still in Grade Seven,”
By Nyasha Chingono Jan. 8, 2023

Zapu, Zipra jointly fight for seized properties

President Emmerson Mnangagwa reportedly assigned Mohadi to lead the talks over the properties.
By Nizbert Moyo Jan. 5, 2023

Zim marks 40 years since Gukurahundi broke out

Ibhetshu LikaZulu secretary-general Mbuso Fuzwayo accused government of lacking the political will to ensure families affected by the mass killings have peace of mind.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jan. 4, 2023

Gukurahundi stuck like a sore thumb in 2022

Mnangagwa has tasked chiefs to conduct consultations with their subjects.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 25, 2022

Gukurahundi memorial ban sparks outrage

The group organised a memorial for the Gukurahundi victims at Stanley Square, but the police banned the event, and a proposed march.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 24, 2022

Activists mourn Gukurahundi victims

Fuzwayo lamented the manner in which the Gukurahundi issue is being dealt with, saying the perpetrator (government) was prescribing the programme.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 23, 2022

Zimbos want unity, but 1987 Accord past sell by date

This also marked the commemorations for National Unity Day on December 22 each year.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 22, 2022

‘Unity Day has lost relevance’

It resulted in the two parties merging to form Zanu PF.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 21, 2022