Monthly Archives: April 2018

“AFRICA IS SPLITTING” – ZIMBABWE CITIZENS HAVE RIGHT TO KNOW

Zimbabwean citizens have the right to know the security, geographic, economic, political and social implications of the recent rift that has appeared in the Kenya East African Valley and is threatening to split the continent into two. Recent international media … Continue reading

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Zimbabwe Human Rights Situation in Intensive Care Unit

Latest developments in Zimbabwe have unequivocally proved that the Zimbabwean government does not care at all about the rights and freedoms of the ordinary citizens and the human rights situation in the country is in a dilapidated and malfunctioning Intensive … Continue reading

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NURSES STRIKE TRIGGERS GROSS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN ZIMBABWE

The recent job strike by government hospital nurses in Zimbabwe triggers gross human rights violations as the public is denied of their basic and fundamental rights to health care and subsequently right to life; and thus the Zimbabwean government is … Continue reading

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MOTION: CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE ELDERLY

HON. SEN. B. SIBANDA:  Madam President, I move the motion standing in my name that this House; COGNISANT of the constitutional rights of the elderly as prescribed in Section 82 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe; AWARE of the provisions of the … Continue reading

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ACKNOWLEDGE AND APOLOGIZE FOR MATABELELAND ATROCITIES – US TELLS MNANGAGWA

The United States of America (US) Senate has tightened screws on the Emerson Mnangagwa administration calling on the Zimbabwean government to acknowledge and apologize for the atrocities in Matabeleland (Gukurahundi). According to a Bill introduced to the US Senate by … Continue reading

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