Opposition legislators warn over PVOs Bill

President Emmerson Mnangagwa last year refused to accent to the Bill after it had been passed by both houses of Parliament and referred it back for further debate.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jun. 25, 2024

Government revises stance on NGOs amid controversy over PVO Amendment Bill

“I'm absolutely happy with the deliberations, it was robust, we managed to learn a few things and we are going to amend the bill in its current structure.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Jun. 5, 2024

Mbalula remarks reflect how Zimbos are weighing on SA’s public service delivery

A majority of the ongoing initiatives are proving to be insufficient in capturing the reality of the challenges being faced by the citizens.
By Amh Voices Jul. 4, 2023

Lack of reforms dooms polls

When Mnangagwa took over in 2017, he promised a new type of politics that is inclusive and touted as the panacea to the much-needed economic growth
By Newsday Jun. 8, 2023

Expand civic space, UN urges govt

Türk said the country was experiencing threats and attacks on journalists and human rights defenders, online bullying and harassment, crackdown on peaceful assembly and internet shutdowns.
By Emma Nhancumba May. 30, 2023

PVOs Bill a threat to life-saving NGOs: US

Zimbabwe introduced the PVOs Amendment Bill in November 2021.
By Emma Nhancumba May. 19, 2023

PVOs Bill: A different perspective

The fear of foreign influence in national polls is universal.
By Nevanji Madanhire Mar. 30, 2023

1 447 petition ED over PVOs Bill

A petition to stop the law, perceived as repressive, has now received 1 447 signatures against a target of 1 500 signatures.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Feb. 28, 2023

NGOs quake as ED digs in

Critics including United Nations experts last week urged Mnangagwa to reject the Bill saying it was hostile to freedom of speech and assembly, particularly as the nation heads for elections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Feb. 20, 2023