The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has bemoaned the systematic attacks on the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) saying it has dented the institution's credibility and capacity to execute its mandate to the satisfaction of citizens.
In a statement to mark this year’s International Day
Human rights lobby group, ZimRights has applauded media practitioners for their spirit in information dissemination despite media violations experienced in the country.
In a statement to commemorate World Press Freedom day, ZimRights expressed gratitude to the media especially during this time of the Coronavirus pandemic. This
A local human rights pressure organisation, ZimRights has set the tone for a post COVID-19 human rights centred recovery plan.
The country imposed a national lockdown to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020 however, the period was marked by arbitrary arrests of
A report by the Zimbabwe Democracy Institute (ZDI), a local think-tank organization has revealed that militarization of the state worsened during President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s reign.
In a report titled ‘Transition Politics In the Post-Mugabe Era’ , ZDI says citizens have been made to fear the military
Zimbabwean youths have been challenged to take their space in the fight against human rights violations as the issue affect their communities.
In an exclusive interview with 263Chat, ZimRights executive director Dzikamai Bere said youths should not wait for those in leadership position to blow the
Local human rights lobby group ZimRights has raised alarm over the rise in enforced disappearances of political activists in the country.
In a statement to mark the commemorations of the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, the pressure group says enforced disappearances are used
Zimbabwe's former Minister of Health, Dr Henry Madzorera said he believes that the health care delivery system in Zimbabwe is at its weakest amid the novel coronavirus pandemic
Human rights lobby group Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has expressed concern on the ongoing demolition of vending structures in Harare saying at a time where compassionate is needed the state has inflicted more injury to its citizens.
In a statement, Zimrights said;
"ZimRights notes with concern
A local civil society organisation, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition has called on Zimbabweans to engage in collective dialogue to weave the country out of the current problems that are threatening country efforts to gain trust of the international community following the disputed July 30 polls.
BULAWAYO residents have embraced the local civic groups’ peaceful gospel pledge in the run up to the harmonized elections slated for the 30th of July saying they are determined to go out and vote in their numbers to justify their constitutional right enshrined in Chapter