‘Aug 23 polls already tainted’

The elections have been characterised by higher levels of closed space, tilted playing field, and disbarment and exclusion of opponents.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Aug. 14, 2023

Lawyer frets over election date secrecy

Mnangagwa has remained mum on election date three months before the country is constitutionally expected to go to the polls.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 26, 2023

PVO Bill: NGOs, political activists fear crackdown

NGO leaders last week Friday met Mnangagwa privately at the State House to try to convince him not to sign the bill into law.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Mar. 31, 2023

‘Law of the jungle’: Citizens take law into own hands

Recently, Paddy Zhanda Jnr (40), the son of the former Lands and Agriculture deputy minister Paddy Zhanda, was caught on video assaulting his three employees.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 12, 2023

NGOs under siege as ED tightens noose

The PVO Amendment Bill was passed by the National Assembly last year despite heavy criticism by opposition legislators and it is now before the Senate.
By Privilege Gumbodete Jan. 29, 2023

Outcry as State breaks citizens’ last line of defence

They raised the concerns after Harare lawyer Kudzai Kadzere was assaulted by police details while attending to Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) members who were arrested in Budiriro.
By Lorraine Muromo Jan. 17, 2023

PVOs Bill to create US$1bn blackhole

The controversial Bill will likely see some civil society organisations (CSOs) stopping their operations in Zimbabwe, while others may be forced to close shop, critics say.
By Evans Mathanda Dec. 19, 2022

Rights groups launch constitutional literacy book

The Centre of Human Rights is a division of the faculty of law at the University of Pretoria.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 15, 2022

Mnangagwa looks the other way on Job Sikhala petition

Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba was not reachable at the time of writing.
By Mirriam Mangwaya and Sydney Kawadza Sep. 16, 2022