Rampant human rights abuses in Zim’s extractives sector

Zimbabwe has been a state party to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (African Charter), since ratifying the Treaty in 1986.
By Admin Jun. 29, 2024

Advancing conservation through legal innovation

Heralded as beacons of inclusive conservation, community conservancies empower local communities to govern and manage wildlife resources sustainably.
By ZELA May. 19, 2024

Matabeleland female miners urged to form cooperatives

The training was held in Bulawayo under the theme Making Just Transition Inclusive for All.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 21, 2024

Women in mining face challenges accessing capital

This emerged during a training academy for artisanal and small-scale miners hosted by Zela with support from Christian Aid Zimbabwe and AfricaMaVal.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 12, 2024

Church joins cholera fight

The workshop came after the government directed churches to take measures to minimise the spread of cholera during church gatherings.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Apr. 3, 2024

Responsible water governance for peace

Water is recognised as a fundamental human right, and access to clean and safe water and sanitation facilities is essential for the well-being of individuals and communities. 
By Amh Voices Mar. 24, 2024

Ex-VP Mphoko application for discharge review dismissed

Mphoko had applied for a review of magistrate Tranos Utawashe who refused to discharge him at the close of the State case.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 12, 2024

Net metering is good, but…

Under the net metering programme, households and companies that generate excess solar power at their respective locations can feed the energy back into the national grid through a grid-tied convertor.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 1, 2024

Mphoko’s discharge review ruling postponed

After hearing the arguments, the two judges reserved the judgment on Tuesday this week.
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 25, 2024