Proposed Education Trust Fund Bill gets CSOs nod

“Our role in the Education Financing Trust Bill is to have a sustainable financing system for education in Zimbabwe to ensure that all children have access to education,” he said.
By Harriet Chikandiwa and Lorraine Muromo Jun. 13, 2024

CSOs call for reforms on Independence Day

Several organisations yesterday called on the government and political parties to establish an environment conducive to upholding the basic tenets of democracy.
By Priveledge Gumbodete and Brent Shamu Apr. 19, 2024

Independent but not free: Use of the law to silence critics in Zim

During the COVID-19 lockdown the government took that opportunity to amend the Constitution to consolidate the powers of the executive without input from the citizens.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Apr. 18, 2024

Are Zanu PF’s high risk strategies paying off?

The ruling party has succeeded in brow-beating dissenting voices of ordinary citizens into silence.

Traditional leaders top rights abuse list

The reports also come after the traditional leaders have been accused of intimidation, abuse and politicisation of food aid distribution programmes.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 18, 2023

Sadc must stop flawed future Zim polls: CSOs

The CSOs said the recommendations were necessary in ensuring that future elections in Zimbabwe were truly free, fair and credible.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 11, 2023

Low healthcare budget cause for concern

Rusike emphasised the importance of reviewing the health staff establishment to reflect the current demographic and macroeconomic trends.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 8, 2023

Govt urged to criminalise enforced disappearances

Civil society organisations (CSOs) made the call yesterday as the country joined the world in commemorating the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances.
By Lorraine Muromo and Harriet Chikandiwa Aug. 31, 2023

Human rights activists see red after shock arrests

But rights activists implored the government to respect its own constitution and allow citizens to exercise their rights.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 25, 2023