News in depth: Mnangagwa struggling to break with Mugabe’s legacy of brutality, report says

Mnangagwa won another disputed election against Chamisa last month for his second and final term.
By Sydney Kawadza Oct. 1, 2023

FAZ members terrorise Masvingo villagers

Community members are forced to join ruling party cell groups and are instructed not to attend other political party meetings or meetings organized by NGOs without FAZ or village head’s approval.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 6, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Zimbabwe’s thorny path back to the Commonwealth

In an official letter to the Commonwealth secretariat dated December 11,  2003, Zimbabwe formally terminated its membership with effect from December 7.
By Evans Mathanda May. 14, 2023

Letters: Human rights violations continue to surge

ZPP identified 1 914 victims of human rights violations (79% male, 20% female, 0.3% male persons with disability and 0.4% female PWDs).
By Amh Voices Apr. 16, 2023

Banshee uses poetry to fight human rights violations

Banshee said her wish was for people to realise the power of art and motivate the youth to fight forces that negate their progress.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jan. 18, 2023

Letters: Zim needs the world

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has opened a  new chapter, Zimbabweans should give him a chance.
By Amh Voices Nov. 18, 2022

Chinese labour abuse under probe: Govt

This follows reports of physical abuse of workers at Chinese-owned companies and complaints by workers that they were being underpaid.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Mpumelelo Moyo Oct. 12, 2022

Sanyati pupil scoops national peace prize

Students who participated wrote essays on the topic What Peace means to you and how as a young Zimbabwean you can contribute to it.
By Nizbert Moyo Sep. 23, 2022

Letters: PWDs remain susceptible to abuse

PWDs have continued to be a vulnerable constituency by being victims of violations to socio-economic rights they should enjoy.
By Amh Voices Sep. 14, 2022