Extending the Presidential term limit: Can it be done?

Term-limits on the exercise of executive power are an important democratic check on the abuse of that power, and this has been recognised since the days of ancient Rome.
By Amh Voices 18h ago

Tokenism women empowerment

While females remain the largest demographic in Zimbabwe, their treatment by the State has remained or in some situations worsened more than a decade ago.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu 18h ago

The folly of third-termism

His term ends in 2028, thanks to the 2013 Constitution which prescribed two-term limits for the President in line with regional and global trends.
By Newsday Feb. 26, 2024

ZLHR calls out govt on evictions

ZLHR urged other members of society to stand in solidarity with the victims of  the arbitrary evictions.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Feb. 21, 2024

Bulawayo Poly loses US$ fees war

He said the authorities at the college violated his right to further education as guaranteed in Section 75 of the Constitution.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 21, 2024

High Court stays ruling in NJNC case

In response, Artuz president Obert Masaraure bemoaned the hold-up in delivering the verdict in the case.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 15, 2024

Masvingo evictions spill into courts

They are also seeking an order to refer the matter to the Constitutional Court for a determination of the constitutionality of their eviction.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 15, 2024
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News in depth: Parliament, government negligence leaves victims of sexual exploitation in a lurch

Parents often wake up early enough to ensure their children have everything ready to start a new week — a daily routine.
By Tapiwa Zivira Feb. 11, 2024

Guard Chitando’s docket, Matanga told

The High Court ruled that Chitando’s Barrington Resources had no claim to Good Days lithium fields, whose ownership had been disputed for a long time.
By Shame Makoshori and Julia Ndlela Feb. 2, 2024