Beitbridge man steals prisons’ goat

The court was told that on May 26, an inmate was assigned the task of herding 135 goats in the Dulibadzimu grazing area.
By Daniel Moyo Jun. 6, 2024

Mthwakazi activists seek medical attention in SA

The activists complained of the harsh treatment they were subjected to during their incarceration as D Class prisoners.
By Jerssie Mpofu Apr. 16, 2024

Prison guard’s illegal bid to free armed robber flops

The  report was sent to the ZPCS Harare Remand Prison for further management.  
By Staff Reporter Jan. 26, 2024

Ziyambi, Prison boss dragged to court

Mudzuri accused Majongo of being actively involved in Zanu PF politics in contravention of constitutional provisions that bar civil servants from engaging in active partisan politics.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 20, 2023

Presidential amnesty needs revisiting

It would be interesting to understand what life skills the Bulawayo car thief acquired while in jail and to what extent he was accepted by society on his release.
By Newsday Aug. 15, 2023

Widow turns garbage into gold

Popularly known as Gogo Vevazukuru in Marondera, Gundu is now leading a successful organisation called Clean Marondera that specialises in waste management.
By Jairos Saunyama Jul. 22, 2023

Feature: Zim prisoner release triggers trauma from ‘Green Bombers’ years

In the country and its diaspora, the release of the latter group triggered speculation that the ruling Zanu PF will use the released prisoners to commit election-related violence.
By The Continent Jun. 8, 2023

LETTERS: ED, govt must carefully consider decision to release child sexual offenders from prison

The Clemency Order gave amnesty to different categories of prisoners throughout Zimbabwe.
By Amh Voices Jun. 1, 2023

Zim prison conditions, a recipe for disaster

Given the tough life evident on the country’s streets, in high-density suburbs and villages — one can only imagine the horrors and hell the country’s prisoners are enduring
By Newsday Apr. 14, 2023