High Court quashes Sikhala’s conviction

Delivering the judgment Chakanyuka said the law was clear that the court must deal sternly with those who publish falsehoods against the police before fining the Sikhala US$500.

Sikhala returns amid threats to his life

At the height of the rabid threats on his life, soon after his UN delivery, Sikhala said he would not fear returning to Zimbabwe because that was the only country he called home.
By Tangai Chipangura Jul. 21, 2024

I am not in exile: Sikhala

Sikhala, however, said he was still concerned over his health.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 1, 2024

Sikhala distances self from May 25 protest

A post alleged that Sikhala had called for a nationwide protest to coincide with Africa Day.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 22, 2024

Selective application of the law and Chris Mutsvangwa’s grievance

Chris also suggested that his opponents were after President Mnangagwa’s position.
By Trevor Ncube May. 20, 2024

Sikhala to speak at global human rights summit

Sikhala will share the stage with other human rights  activists that include Gambian women rights campaigner, Fatou Baldeh, and exiled Cuban  art historian.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 18, 2024

ANC cause of Zim troubles: Sikhala

Mugabe was forced into a government of national unity with the opposition MDC formations in 2009 during talks led by then South African president Thabo Mbeki.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 11, 2024

‘Sikhala still undergoing treatment’

During his incarceration at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison, Sikhala said he suffered from abdominal pain on his left side and expressed fear that it could be colon cancer.
By Problem Masau Mar. 27, 2024

Sikhala receiving treatment overseas

Sikhala was later sentenced to a suspended two year sentence over the case emanating from the violence that erupted at a funeral gathering of slain activist, Moreblessing Ali, in June 2022.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Mar. 17, 2024