Monthly Archives: July 2016

PUBLIC STATEMENT (PS14/2016): GOVERNMENT HAS DUTY ON RIGHTS OF ZIMBABWEANS IN TEMBISA TORNADO IN SOUTH AFRICA

  The Government of Zimbabwe must move in to assist Zimbabweans affected by the Tembisa Tornado in Africa with basic human rights needs and provisions through close liaison and cooperation with South African authorities. With over a million Zimbabweans holed … Continue reading

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REPORT HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS TO THE ZHRC

Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights wishes to urge all citizens from Bulawayo whose rights were violated by the July 06 stayaway to report to the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission. In Bulawayo, the Commission Offices are at: 127a Fife Avenue Bulawayo … Continue reading

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Police Provoked Protesters in Bulawayo

Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights notes with concern the deliberate provocative behavior of the police in Bulawayo’s Matshobana, Makhokhoba and Mzilikazi suburbs today, where the members of the uniformed force provoked peaceful residents to join violent protests. The police fired … Continue reading

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SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE GOVERNMENT OF ZIMBABWE AND THE CITIZENS

As Zimbabwe is experiencing civilian protests in demand to justice, human rights, development and end to corruption, Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights has a special message to the Zimbabwean government and the citizens thereof: TO THE CITIZENS 1. The Constitution … Continue reading

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