Resolving Statelessness long overdue

The descendants, in the absence of a death certificate, are required to bring witnesses, who are often scared to testify against government.
By Newsday Jun. 13, 2024

State must act on Bhalagwe plaque

Decades later the madness persists with the State showing little to no concern over the destruction of the Bhalagwe plaque which is rudely opening up old festering wounds.
By Newsday May. 6, 2024

‘Resolve Gukurahundi to stop rights violations’

At least 20 000 lives were lost during the Gukurahundi massacres in Midlands and Matabeleland provinces.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Dec. 7, 2023

End statelessness in Matabeleland, govt told

In February 2019, Cabinet approved amendments to the Zimbabwe Citizenship Act to allow dual citizenship in order to align it with the country’s 2013 Constitution.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Oct. 5, 2023

Zim @43: Portents of deepening authoritarian rule

The intervention by the military was named Operation Restore Legacy, but in reality, it was a coup in favour of the Emmerson Mnangagwa faction against their G40 opponents in Zanu PF.
By Brian Raftopoulos Apr. 20, 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

Zapu to contest in 2023 polls

PF Zapu went into a unity agreement with Zanu in 1987 to end the Gukurahundi massacres, resulting in the formation of Zanu PF.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 3, 2022

Gukurahundi closure needs sincerity, maturity and solemnity

Lamentably, the intensity of the massacres were a case of liberators turned tormenters. They left an enduring brokenness way beyond the provinces in which they were unleashed.
By Cyprian Ndawana Nov. 9, 2022

Editor's memo: Gukurahundi: Time for restorative justice

The chief perpetrator, the late former president Robert Mugabe brutally silenced those who dared to remind him of the Gukurahundi massacres.
By Brian Chitemba Oct. 21, 2022