Ex-Chitungwiza mayor set free

Maiko was targeted following his re-election in last year's  by-elections after he was recalled by the Douglas Mwonzora- led MDC-Alliance for pledging alligiance to the Nelson Chamisa
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 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

‘Aug 23 polls already tainted’

The elections have been characterised by higher levels of closed space, tilted playing field, and disbarment and exclusion of opponents.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Aug. 14, 2023

Violent political landscape undermines opposition

The case of Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum v. Zimbabwe [2006] is instructive.
By Mwai Daka Aug. 11, 2023

Justice eludes 2018 shooting victims

NTJWG co-ordinator Fortune Kuhudzewe said government should implement the Motlanthe Commission recommendations.
By Problem Masau and Priviledge Gumbodete Aug. 3, 2023

News in depth: Deluge of court cases puts Zec in catch 22 situation ahead of August 23 polls

A weekly report by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum cited Zanu PF supporters as behind incidents of violence and intimidation of opposition activists. 
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Kennedy Nyavaya Jul. 30, 2023

Zanu PF violence victims speak out

Zanu PF activists went on the rampage in Kwekwe’s Tigereef area and assaulted Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) members who were conducting a door-to-door campaign.
By Problem Masau Jul. 23, 2023

Zanu PF ‘vandalises’ CCC-linked projects

NewsDay Weekender has heard that Zanu PF and its affiliate Forever Associates Zimbabwe (FAZ) recently destroyed a borehole in Bikita's ward 18.
By Priviledge Gumbodete and Problem Masau Jul. 22, 2023

Zanu PF must walk the talk on violence or be held accountable

A weekly monitoring report by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum shows that C has been leading in perpetrating violence.
By Newsday Jul. 20, 2023