10-years in jail if you interfere with NPRC witnesses

By Takunda Mandura National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has warned members of the public against interfering with its witnesses adding that if they are caught they risk facing a 10-year jail term. Most Zimbabweans are unwilling to testify or to be witnesses for injustices that happen in the country as they fear for their …

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Live Stream: NAYO demonstrates against shrinking civic space in Zimbabwe

About 60 youths under the National Association of Youth Organisations (NAYO-Zimbabwe) yesterday took to the streets to demonstrate over shrinking civic space in Zimbabwe and also demanded the reviewing of age eligibility for the public office so that youths can also get the opportunity to contest for Parliament, Senate and President as well. The youth …

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Coalition against sanctions

The launch of the Coalition against sanctions has been launched in Harare today.This comes after a divided view between sanctions  ordinary citizens. ⚡️ “Coalition against sanction” #OpenParlyZWhttps://t.co/7aFrd6HvFV — Open Parly ZW (@OpenParlyZw) April 29, 2019

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Remove soldiers or officially declare State of Emergency: Mtetwa

By Daniel Chigundu Prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa has called on the government to remove soldiers from the streets or to officially declare the State of Emergency. A State of Emergency is a situation of national danger or disaster in which the government suspends normal constitutional procedures in order to regain control. However, since …

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