Civic Society Organisations under the flagship of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have expressed concern over what it says ‘partisan nature’ of the Zimbabwe Republic Police following recent acts violence against opposition leader Nelson Chamisa in Masvingo.
In a statement while condemning the incident CiZC
Local Civic Society Organisations (CSOs) have applauded the move by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to convene an Extraordinary Organ Troika Summit to discuss emerging peace and security issues in the region.
The meeting follows an outcry over developments in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado region where
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Sibusiso Moyo expressed disbelief and disappointment over a recent debate on the arrest of Henrietta Rushwaya for trying to smuggle 6 kgs of gold to Dubai by the British Upper House.
The House of Lords representatives alleged that Rushwaya is
The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Union to urgently and publicly speak out against the Zimbabwe government’s crackdown on peaceful anti-corruption protests on July 31, 2020.
This follows the recent arrests of at least 60 people, including the
MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa urged President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government to stop tormenting former president Robert Mugabe saying the old man deserves respect as a founding father of the first Republic of Zimbabwe regardless of his shortcomings during his 37 years in
As Zimbabwe holds its next harmonized elections on the 30th of July, could it be time for the country to part ways with its dark past marred by targeted violence and intimidation by the ruling Zanu PF against opposition supporters with impunity?
The new government that
This was witnessed in several countries, especially on the African continent, such as Nigeria, and more recently Madagascar
"President Mugabe is not safe how can he be safe after he was forced to resign, you should know that he was forced to sign a resignation letter
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that the highly anticipated 2018 harmonized elections will be held before the July mark, a move that is likely to catch opposition parties flatfooted.
In an interview with BBC's Zaineb Badawi, at the World Economic Forum currently underway at Davos, Switzerland,
Libya has experienced nothing but war and brutality since the reign of King Idris I started in 1951. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi deposed the monarch in a bloodless coup in 1969. Under Gaddafi, or 'Brotherly Leader,' as he loved to be called then, oil-rich Libya was