The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has denounced the increase in politically motivated violence over the past month following the launch of the Citizens for Coalition Change (CCC).
The human rights lobby group also noted the use of State security agents to further political agendas as
The High Court has annulled Harare Provincial Development Coordinator (PDC), Tafadzwa Muguti’s directive to ban Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) that failed to submit their work plans as directed.
In July, Muguti directed NGOs operating in Harare to submit information relating to their activities in the province by
Local civic society organisations have raised alarm over high incidences of human rights violations during the COVID-19 pandemic induced lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the virus.
In various statements issued today in commemoration of the International Human Rights Day, civil society groups raised alarm
The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has expressed concern over utterances made by Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe who insinuated that members of the forum were linked to the ‘fake’ abduction of three MDC Alliance members.
In a statement the Forum says remarks by the Minister
A human rights lobby group has petitioned police Commissioner General Godwin Matanga and Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe over human rights violations by members of the police force.
The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum says the ZRP should fully investigate the abduction and torture of three
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) says preliminary investigations into the abduction and disappearance of three members of the MDC-Alliance showed that they were tortured and had their rights violated.
In a statement the Commission said the conditions three were subjected to impaired their dignity.
The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) says 2019 was one of the worst years in as far as human rights abuses are concerned in Zimbabwe with the government becoming more ruthless in its approach to citizen’s grievances.
In a statement on the occasion to
The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum says it is disturbed by violent conduct of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers against civilians on Wednesday which left scores of people injured.
The police moved in to indiscriminately beat up opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) who had
A new report by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has revealed that at least 51 children were arrested and tortured by state security agents during the January crackdown that followed the nationwide protests of 14-16 January 2019.
Among those arrested, detained and tried after the
"The forum notes that this work of fiction is not without consequence. The state has in the past used the same media outlets to attack civil society actors that are known to be critical of its human rights record as a way of discouraging them