Muckracker: Of scaremongering and forgotten history lessons

David Kudakwashe is no ordinary person, he is a deputy minister in the Zimbabwean government and a son of the country’s owner.
By Muckracker Jun. 28, 2024

Perspective: Uniting religions for peace and development

Religions and related social and cultural structures have played an important part in human history.
By Tinashe Chikodzi Jun. 23, 2024

Politicisation of food aid and agriculture inputs rampant

Other violations include unlawful detention, theft, displacement and malicious damage to property.
By Zimbabwe Peace Project Jun. 23, 2024

Zim records decline in human rights violations

In its monthly report for May, ZPP said violations ranged from partisan distribution of food aid and agricultural inputs, assault, harassment and intimidation.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 19, 2024

Zanu PF flagged for human rights violations, again

The Emmerson Mnangagwa-led party has for years earned itself a bad name due to human right violations.
By Brent Shamu Jun. 7, 2024

Zim women: Reshaping the military for a safer future

This gender imbalance not only perpetuates harmful stereotypes, but also deprives the Zimbabwean military of the immense value that women can bring to the table.
By Grace Chirenje May. 31, 2024

‘Negative peace afflicting Zim’

Chiriga said Zimbabwe had, however, failed to meet these basic pillars because of a toxic political culture that perpetuates political intolerance, human rights abuses and weak institutions.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 23, 2024

NPRC composition questioned

NPRC is an independent commission set up in terms of the Constitution.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 1, 2024

Letter to the President: Don’t commit grave political mistakes, Your Excellence

If you hope, Sir, to end sanctions in a confrontational manner, you will, far from your engagement and reengagement motif, commit a grave political mistake.
By Sharon Hofisi Apr. 26, 2024