A world where deaf people everywhere can sign anywhere

Deaf and hard of hearing people are at greater risk of marginalisation because of economic, environmental and institutional discrimination which exclude them from socio-economic activities.
By Tawanda Matende and Adiel Jasi Sep. 24, 2023

Unpacking the law on family trusts in Zim

A juristic person, as a legal subject, enjoys a legal existence independent from that of its members or the natural persons, who created it.
By Kudakwashe Kambo and Chido Mafongoya Sep. 1, 2023

ED has exposed us to violence: Rights lawyers

During the launch of Lawyers for Economic Development at State House in Harare last week, Mnangagwa questioned the patriotism of the country’s human rights lawyers.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Aug. 17, 2023

Sacrifices by liberation war heroes, heroines must never go to waste

ERC commemorates the gains attained through the liberation struggle.
By Amh Voices Aug. 15, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Political parties taking Zim for granted

President Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in for his current term on August 26 2018, so parliament’s term will end five years later, on August 26 2023.
By Faith Zaba Aug. 11, 2023

Court defers Kasukuwere presidential bid challenge

Mangwana argues that Kasukuwere is not eligible to contest for the presidency having been out of the country for 18 months.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 30, 2023

Zim signs 13 air trade agreements

Mhona said Zimbabwe signed the agreements with Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Mozambique, Jordan, Turkey, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Gabon, Rwanda, Seychelles, Ethiopia and Iraq.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jun. 13, 2023

Parliament does the unpatriotic thing

It must be rejected by all who genuinely love Zimbabwe.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 9, 2023

Zec must avail voters roll before harmonised elections

The proclamation ends a period of hope that began following the 2018 harmonised election where political parties
By Amh Voices Jun. 8, 2023