Cyclone Freddy stalls Malawian prisoners’ deportation
Malawi’s deputy ambassador to Zimbabwe, Elias Mpaso told NewsDay that there were efforts to try and repatriate the prisoners, which have however been hampered by Cyclone Freddy.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Emma Nhancumba Mar. 17, 2023
Awards nominations excites poet S’tha
Dube, one of the leading female poets in Bulawayo, told Standard Style that the nominations alone were the best thing to happen to her.
By Sindiso Dube Dec. 18, 2022
ZHRC under global spotlight
ZHRC commissioner Elasto Mugwadi made the disclosure last week during the unveiling of the commission’s new Bulawayo office.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 12, 2022
Rights commission says too broke to monitor 2023 polls
ZHRC said it failed to decentralise its services this year as planned because of poor funding.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 5, 2022
Rights Bill to be aligned to Constitution
The ZHRC is mandated to promote the protection, development and attainment of human rights and freedoms at all levels of society.
By Problem Masau Nov. 16, 2022
84 Malawian migrants languish in Zim prisons
The majority of the immigrants had no intention of staying in Zimbabwe because they were caught en route to South Africa.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 26, 2022
Rights groups fret over wat-er privatisation
Zinwa is currently rolling out prepaid water meters.
By Patricia Sibanda Oct. 15, 2022
Tsenengamu’s party dares CIO ahead of polls
He called on the ruling party to desist from disrupting opposition rallies ahead of elections.
By Evans Mathanda and Methembe Sibanda Oct. 12, 2022
Politicians giving us nightmares — Police
He was responding to concerns by participants over partisan policing in favour of the ruling Zanu PF party.
By Staff Reporter Sep. 24, 2022