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BY Brenna Matendere GWERU’S Mkoba residents have expressed concern over the location of a COVID-19 quarantine centre at the heart of the densely populated suburb. Do you have ...

BY NQOBANI NDLOVU GOVERNMENT has committed itself to operationalise many information centres to enable citizens, especially in rural areas, to have access to correct information on the COVID-19 ...

By Staff Reporter INDIA today celebrates its 74th independence anniversary under a belief of human centric path of growth catalysed by open and responsive governance. Indian diplomat ambassador ...

BY KENNETH NYANGANI A MUTARE couple is in trouble after marrying off their 15-year-old daughter for $40. The couple appeared in court yesterday before Mutare magistrate Prisca Manhibi ...

BY CHARLES LAITON The High Court has upheld the expelling of the 12 MDC Alliance MPs, ruling that their recall by the Thokozane Khupe-led MDC-T faction was in ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A HARARE magistrate yesterday deferred the bail hearing of incarcerated investigative journalist Hopewell Chin’ono hearing to Tuesday next week, saying he had no WiFi at ...

BY MOSES MATENGA OPPOSITION MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa says Zimbabwe is going through its worst moment under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whom he accuses of being determined to ...

BY MOSES MATENGA CATHOLIC bishops in the country have called President Emmerson Mnangagwa to order over escalating human rights abuses and worsening political and economic situation in the ...

BY KENNETH NYANGANI THE country’s business sector has a key role to play in resuscitating the country’s economy if it is working with the government, a local businessman ...

by VENERANDA LANGA CALLS for the unconditional release of journalist Hopewell Chin’ono continue to grow louder with Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services chairperson Prince ...

By Tatenda Chitagu Masvingo High Court judge Justice Neville Wamambo has denied bail to MDC Alliance youth leader and ward 4 councillor, Godfrey Kurauwone, saying he flouted his ...

BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWA HUMAN rights lobby group, Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has sued the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services for not adhering to the COVID-19 regulations which ...

BY KENNETH NYANGANI CHIADZWA villagers yesterday called for the closure of the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) after six workers tested COVID-19 positive, fearing the infectious virus could ...

BY MOSES MATENGA ZANU PF has reacted angrily to the global outcry to stop human rights abuses and accused its critics, including the South Africa’s ruling African National ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE/MOSES MATENGA POLICE in full riot gear yesterday besieged the offices of human rights lawyer and activist Beatrice Mtetwa in Harare twice in a show of ...

By Everson Mushava/Moses Matenga PRESSURE continues to mount on President Emmerson Mnangagwa, with civic society organisations (CSOs) in the region yesterday imploring the African Union (AU) and the ...

By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe has its first shop dedicated to selling wallpapers! Wallpaper World Zimbabwe now aims to be the leading supplier of wallpapers in a development it ...

By NQOBANI NDLOVU ZIMBABWEANS must unite to reclaim the country from “maniacs” who have not psychologically transformed themselves from liberation war guerrillas into civilian politicians, former Speaker of ...

VENERANDA LANGA PARLIAMENT has recommended that the Ministry of Public Service and Labour amends the Children’s Bill urgently so that there is upward review of the age of ...

BY SILAS NKALA BOTSWANA opposition leader, Dumelang Saleshando has challenged churches and civic society organisations in the neighbouring country to add their voice against human rights abuses in ...

By SIMBARASHE SITHOLE LUCIANO John (26) of Dawmil Farm, Bindura, committed suicide by hanging after a misunderstanding with his wife over food. When NewsDay arrived at the John’s ...

BY BRENNA MATENDERE MAIN opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa plans a charm offensive against President Emmerson Mnangagwa to pressure the region and the international community to force ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A HARARE magistrate yesterday removed from remand seven human rights activists who were being charged with trying to subvert a constitutional government after attending a ...

BY BRENNA MATENDERE INCARCERATED MDC Alliance youth national organising secretary Godfrey Kurauwone’s bail hearing was yesterday deferred to today at Masvingo High court because the State had not ...

By Moses Matenga A SOUTH AFRICAN group of lawyers yesterday added its voice to the growing chorus of alarm on human rights abuses by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration, ...

BY CHARLES LAITON The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has filed an urgent chamber application challenging the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed by President Emerson Mnangagwa’s government as a way ...
COVID-19 tests u-turn

BY MOSES MATENGA ZIMBABWE has failed to end the culture of human rights abuses witnessed under its former leader Robert Mugabe, while the optimism generated by the election ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE/CHARLES LAITON THE State yesterday successfully filed an application that journalist Hopewell Chin’ono’s case be held in camera, saying his evidence in court under cross-examination might ...

BY MOSES MATENGA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has pledged to continue improving security forces’ working conditions in “recognition of the role and sacrifices” they have made “in the conduct ...
Mnangagwa

BY MOSES MATENGA THE South African ruling party, African National Congress (ANC) has said Zimbabwe is in a crisis and millions of its citizens have lost their dignity ...