Police, Zanu PF blamed for 600 human rights violations recorded between Jan and March
Don’t come anywhere near auction floors, vendors told
By Staff Writer Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum says the country recorded 562 violations on civil liberties between January and March this year, accusing the police and ruling Zanu PF activists of being the main perpetrators. Zimbabwe has a checkered record when it comes to upholding basic human rights and has been widely condemned by …
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ZADHR treats 31 victims of police brutality during lockdown
By Staff Writer Zimbabwe’s tobacco industry regulator TIMB has announced new rules for trade during the lockdown that will shut out vendors from the auction floors. The country’s tobacco auction floors have traditionally been a hive of activity when the tobacco selling season commences. The Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board which administers the sale of …
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Police must do its work, even without resources, says Deputy Minister
By Staff Writer The Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) says it has attended to about 31cases of people who have been allegedly assaulted by the country’s security services during the ongoing national lockdown. The security forces composed of the Zimbabwe Republic Police, soldiers and municipal police were deployed to help enforce the …
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Guvamatanga was in SA looking for material for police uniforms
Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Deputy Minister Michael Madiro has told Parliament that Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) must still do their work diligently even though they do not have enough resources. The police in Zimbabwe has been giving excuses that they do not have transport or fuel to attend crime scenes or to collect bodies …
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ZRP Caught Red Handed
By Staff Reporter Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development George Guvamatanga was recently in South Africa looking for material to make police uniforms. This was revealed by Minister Mthuli Ncube in the National Assembly during the 2020 National Budget where some legislators have been calling for improved conditions of service for …
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LIVE STREAM: ZRP Pleads For Victims Of Police & Army Violence To Report Cases
By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) currently has a lot of egg on the face as a plot to lie about a victimization video went bust after eagle-eyed social media techs picked through the lies. In seconds! Charity Charamba the ZRP spokesperson had lied that the video in which a man handcuffed and …
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Artless Abductions and Silly Governments
@PoliceZimbabwe : I don’t agree (that we are targeting MDC). Zanu PF members were arrested for burning a bus. The law shall be applied without fear or favour. Watch LIVE stream: https://t.co/K5xOcUub9k pic.twitter.com/nYlJGicUrq — Open Parly ZW (@OpenParlyZw) January 29, 2019
By Wisdom Mumera Chamisa has always been questionable as a mature politician, at every turn conspiring to throw tantrums, act silly and defy logic with some of his actions and words. He is like a precocious talent that has no mannerism, publicly shaming his parents and acting weird. His legion of believers are used to […]
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