A Commonwealth delegation is expected in the country to assess the suitability of Zimbabwe to be readmitted into the club of former British colonies.
In 2002, the Commonwealth suspended Zimbabwe, citing gross human rights violations, a collapse of rule of law and its shrinking democratic space.
A media briefing by opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) was almost brought to a halt after suspected Zanu PF thugs stormed the venue of the briefing and seized banners.
The suspects entered the Media Centre where the press conference was about to take place and
Chamisa and his party head into next year's elections as President Emmerson Mnangagwa's biggest rival and is seen by many as the best fit to take Zimbabwe out of its mess.
Local human rights advocacy group, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Monitors Platform (ZHRMP) has bemoaned the increased human rights violations targeted at tertiary students in the country.
In a report titled Zimbabwe Students Situation Report (2022), ZHRMP said the unjustified fees increase at various institution of learning
Government of Zimbabwe has offered a duty waiver which includes one vehicle to Zimbabwe citizens returning from South Africa following the expiry of their Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEP), information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said.
The South African government had initially announced that it would terminate the
ZanuPF further accused ZESN of planning to instigate violence should the results be different from what the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission will be having.
British lawmakers have raised concern over the escalating political violence and continued detention of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) legislators in the country.
The lawmakers called for King Charles’ support in condemning acts of violence against opposition supporters ahead of the 2023 harmonised elections.
Debating in the
Electoral advocacy group, the Election Resource Centre (ERC) says the recently held by-elections in Insiza, Chirumhanzu, Matobo and Mutare cast a dark cloud on the forthcoming 2023 harmonized elections.
The by-elections were marred by allegations of intimidation and violent attacks on opposition Citizens Coalition for Change
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) president Nelson Chamisa has written to the Commissioner General of the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) seeking clearance to visit incarcerated legislators Job Sikhala, Godfrey Sithole and fourteen other Nyatsime residents.
Chamisa's previous attempt to visit Sikhala and other
The government has agreed to a 25 percent cost of living adjustment on the United States Dollar (USD) part of civil servants salaries effective September 1, 2022.
The move comes at a time civil servants are mulling a strike against low wages which they are demanding