US$150m assets seized in crackdown

In 2020, Zimbabwe’s Unexplained Wealth Orders were enacted into law through an insertion of a new provision into the Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Act of 2013.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jun. 14, 2024

High Court overturns robbers-cum-rapists’ lenient sentence

The convicts raided the complainants’ house after they had retired to bed with their six children. They demanded money and other valuables.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 12, 2024

NPAZ moves to protect witnesses in high profile cases

There is currently no stand-alone whistleblower  legislation in Zimbabwe, much less any mechanism specifically aimed at guaranteeing the protection of witnesses.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 6, 2024

Teenager kills 4-year-old brother for walking slowly

According to the National Prosecuting Authority of Zimbabwe, the accused repeatedly assaulted the toddler all over the body accusing him of delaying them.
By Online Reporter May. 23, 2024

Man (51) rapes girl (12)

It is the State’s case that in January this year, the girl was herding cattle when she met the suspect who was carrying an axe and an Okapi knife.
By Daniel Moyo May. 10, 2024

Justice Matanda-Moyo made right noise on corruption

It is an irony of fighting corruption that key positions of Speaker of Parliament and Foreign Affairs and International Trade minister in the said new dispensation, are held by   tainted
By Cyprian M Ndawana Feb. 28, 2024

Report sexual offences: NPAZ

NPAZ said it is troubled by the rise in rape cases at the magistrates courts, particularly among related individuals
By Gracious Daniel Feb. 24, 2024

Chinese mining company fined for violating telecoms regulations

Starlink is a satellite internet constellation operated by American aerospace company SpaceX. It has not yet been licensed to operate in Zimbabwe.
By Boitumelo Makhurane Feb. 22, 2024

Guard Chitando’s docket, Matanga told

The High Court ruled that Chitando’s Barrington Resources had no claim to Good Days lithium fields, whose ownership had been disputed for a long time.
By Shame Makoshori and Julia Ndlela Feb. 2, 2024