…As dozens including journalists and opposition supporters are arrested in Zimbabwe’s clampdown on dissent. Rights groups in Zimbabwe say the military and police have continued to arrest dozens of opposition
By Moses Ziyambi Former Zanu PF Chivi South Member of Parliament (MP) Killer Zivhu says he is now living in the bush for fear of what might get to him
By Fungai Tichawangana Zimbabwe journalist Hopewell Chino’ono, left, speaks to state media during the launch of his documentary “State of Mind” in 2018. Chino’ono, a prominent journalist, was arrested by
A 12-year-old girl has been rescued by authorities in Kenya after she was married off to two men in the span of one month. The girl’s father, in Narok County
By Nhau Mangirazi Renco Mine (RioZim) management has come under after it awarded two bottles of soft drinks to its workers as production bonus for the month of June 2020.
The United Nations’ top human rights body will on Wednesday engage in an urgent debate on systemic racism and police brutality directed at black people in the United States. The
In response to today’s court decision to deny bail for three female leaders from the opposition Movement for Democratic Change – Alliance (MDC-Alliance) and remand them in police custody, Muleya
The departure of former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane from office should not give him immunity for his alleged complicity in the murder of his late wife, Lipolelo Thabane, Amnesty International
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa. Local human rights watch group The Zimbabwe Human Right NGO Forum has petitioned the Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) and its parent ministry for the gross human rights violations
By Fidelicy Nyamukondiwa The right to privacy is a constitutionally protected human right. This right includes the right of persons not to have their body, home, premises or property searched.