Zimbos have let down Ngarivhume: Malema
Ngarivhume was sentenced to four years imprisonment for calling for mass protests in 2020.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Lorraine Muromo May. 3, 2023
CSOs wary of shrinking democratic space
The crackdown has led to the arrest of such prominent opposition leaders as Job Sikhala, Fadzai Mahere and Ngarivhume, among others.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 2, 2023
Economy remains very tight for the majority of citizens
The January statistics from Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) show the month-on-month inflation rate plummeted to 1,1% from 2,4% recorded in December 2022.
By AMH Voices Apr. 21, 2023
Zim @43: Portents of deepening authoritarian rule
The intervention by the military was named Operation Restore Legacy, but in reality, it was a coup in favour of the Emmerson Mnangagwa faction against their G40 opponents in Zanu PF.
By Brian Raftopoulos Apr. 20, 2023
Letters: Unpacking organised violence in elections in Zimbabwe
The ruling party uses state media to gain political mileage on national projects every day.
By AMH Voices Mar. 19, 2023
Halt PVOs Bill: US
Visiting US deputy secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs, Robert Scott yesterday told journalists after a meeting with Foreign Affairs minister Frederick Shava.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Mar. 3, 2023
Internet shutdown scare as Zim heads for key polls
ZIMBABWE may suffer an internet shutdown in the 2023 general election, just like Uganda and Zambia in 2021.
By Phillip Anjorin Feb. 28, 2023
Spending pressures could mount this year
The Bill has a high potential to constrain the civic space which could affect non-governmental organisation (NGO) remittances to Zimbabwe.
By AMH Voices Feb. 25, 2023
ED must not sign repressive PVOs Bill
Actions considered to violate certain provisions of the law could even lead to criminal prosecution, with penalties ranging from heavy fines to imprisonment.
By AMH Voices Feb. 23, 2023
Labour Act reviewed: 3 months’ notice of termination removed
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