Zanu PF chef calls out abusive village heads

Approximately 180 villagers were displaced from their homesteads in February this year and were arrested on charges of illegal occupation of State land.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 13, 2024

Editorial Comment: A case of blatant abuse of power

The women were arrested on April 10 after they allegedly showed their displeasure at the way Mnangagwa was distributing goodies to disadvantaged members of the community.
By The Standard Apr. 20, 2024

RBZ boss appointment challenged

The duo said Mushayavanhu was conflicted as a shareholder of FBC Holdings and not eligible to occupy the post of governor.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 7, 2024

Briefs: Gwanda villagers set free

In court, prosecutors alleged that the villagers unlawfully held, used or occupied land at Hollins Block Estate in Gwanda, which is gazetted land without lawful authority.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 31, 2024

Bindura police detain 37 women protesters

A Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights team is on the ground to negotiate the protesters' release.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 14, 2024

Act on stateless minors, State ordered

The lawyers said she was not in possession of any of the required documents.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 8, 2024

Former acting Gokwe chief dragged to court

According to court papers, the six villagers lost their cattle, goats and sheep after they were convicted by the community court without trial.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 28, 2024

Masvingo villagers acquitted of illegal land occupation

According to a ZLHR report, the 66 villagers, who include some aged over 70, unlawfully held, used or occupied part of Great Zimbabwe University land which is deemed to be State land.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 24, 2024

ZLHR stands in solidarity with ordinary citizens over unprecedented injustice

Government should realise that forced evictions and displacement of people are a gross violation of human rights.
By Amh Voices Feb. 23, 2024