Zim’s elections now a source of fear

TN: It is a pleasure having you here. Tell me, am I right in assuming that now that the elections are over ZimRights can relax?
By In Conversation With Trevor Mar. 31, 2024

Silenced Voices: The Struggle for basic human Rights Within Chikurubi Maximum Prison”

The saga of Tungamirai Madzokere is one that weaves together resilience, injustice, and redemption.
By Zimrights Feb. 14, 2024

Put an end to GBV

Globally, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and UN Women have reported that over five women or girls are killed every hour by a family member.
By Newsday Nov. 27, 2023

GBV down to societal, religious beliefs

In the statement, ZimRights said GBV victims continued to suffer in silence due to limited knowledge of rights enshrined in the Constitution.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Nov. 27, 2023

Violence rocks Gutu West

Elections in the constituency could not be held on August 23 following the death of one of the nominated candidates, Christopher Mutonhori Rwodzi of Zanu PF.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 10, 2023

Zimbos must stand up for their rights: ZimRights

ZimRights said the insecurity shaped their approach and attitude to participation in social, economic and political life.

Govt rights record in tatters: ZimRights

ZimRights said this as the African continent commemorated Africa Human Rights Day over the weekend.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Oct. 24, 2023

Elections: Hopeless yet costly exercise

The report makes the finding that the semblance of peace in Zimbabwe is, in fact, a manifestation of ‘authoritarian peace’.
By Dzikamai Bere Aug. 25, 2023

News in-Depth: Zanu PF well-oiled campaign shows patronage machine at work

According to recent research, Zanu PF political elites have maintained tight control of the extraction, refinery and export of mineral resources for political gain.
By Tapiwa Zivira Aug. 13, 2023