Monthly Archives: February 2018

GOVERNMENT BARRING OF NDEBELE CROWN PRINCE INSTALATION VIOLATES CULTURAL RIGHTS

(Public Statement 3/2018) Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) have just learnt that the Zimbabwean government has ordered the cancellation of the coronation of Crown Prince Bulelani Lobhengula arguing that the installation of the Crown Prince is unconstitutional. As MIHR … Continue reading

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Breaking News: NUST STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE IN BULAWAYO

Students at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) today (26/02/2018) took to the streets demonstrating that they have not been learning for over 3 weeks because the lecturers are on strike. The students closed the university gate and … Continue reading

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Breaking News… LUPANE NPRC Meeting Temporarily Stopped by demonstrators

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Public Hearing currently happening in Lupane District has temporarily stopped as youths took to songs and dance, waving placards denouncing the NPRC, President Mnangagwa and former President Mugabe. The youths demanded that the NPRC … Continue reading

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REVOKE LICENSES FOR FLOODED RIVER DRIVERS

(Public Statement 1/2018) Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights is calling on the responsible authorities to impose stiffer penalties for drivers who attempt to cross flooded rivers as they are a danger to human life and society. With the incessant rains … Continue reading

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: ZIMSEC CALLS FOR THE RE-WRITE OF 2017 O’LEVEL ENGLISH PAPER 2

The Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC) has called for the nationwide re-write of the 2017 November Ordinary Level English Paper 2 on the 16th of February 2018. When MIHR spoke to ZIMSEC Public Relations Department, they said the reasons for … Continue reading

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