zimrights

  • Home
  • Author: zimrights
  • Page 4

ZimRights Newsletter Issue 16

ZimRights Newsletter Issue 16 May all the Patriots Stand Up It may have sounded like a joke but the military dispensation is taking this very seriously. From the Patriotic Bill to Amendments to the Criminal Law Code, Zimbabwe is taking steps to punish its citizens who speak about its human rights record to foreign governments […]
Read More

There are no human rights without love

There are no human rights without love: Reflections from Poverty-Ravaged Communities “When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist.” Hélder Pessoa Câmara “As Zimbabwe’s first post-independence indigenous human rights advocacy group, at ZimRights we take great pride […]
Read More

Three Hurungwe children survive in a suspected arson attack

Three Hurungwe children survive in a suspected arson attack Three children escaped death by a whisker while property worth hundreds of dollars was destroyed after a hut belonging to a ZimRights member and Pastor with Africa Maranatha Faith Ministries, Lloyd Mapfumo caught fire in a suspected case of arson. The incident happened on the 2nd […]
Read More

“Youth Bill of Rights”: A Call to Lead Transformation

“Youth Bill of Rights”: A Call to Lead Transformation ZimRights National Director Calls Young People to Lead Today On Friday, (09 October 2020), our National Director Dzikamai Bere, at the invitation of Silveira House and the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) spoke to a group of vibrant young people about the ‘Youth Bill […]
Read More

ZimRights on the Swearing in of the Fake Representatives

ZimRights on the Swearing in of the Fake Representatives The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) notes with concern the attack on democracy and violation of the electorate’s choice through the swearing in of the “Fake” members of Parliament and senators on 07 October 2020. Fifteen MDC T members were sworn in as members of Parliament and senators […]
Read More

ZimRights Newsletter Issue 15

ZimRights Newsletter Issue 15 Prison Horror: Following the release of Godfrey Kurauone, Hopewell Chin’ono, Jacob Ngarivhume and Job Sikhala, the four have told horror stories of prison life. “It is meant for animals,” said Godfrey. “It is meant to break you,” said Jacob. They spoke about overcrowding, lack of ablution facilities, poor sanitation, and non-existent […]
Read More

Zimbabwe: FIDH and ZimRights Deplore Persecution of Dissenters

Zimbabwe: FIDH and ZimRights Deplore Persecution of Dissenters Paris, Harare. 11 September 2020 — The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and its member organisation in Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), welcome yesterday’s acquittal of human rights defender Godfrey Kurauone, who was detained arbitrarily in Zimbabwe for over a month, while denouncing the […]
Read More

Introducing ZimRightsLIVE

Introducing ZimRightsLIVE on the International Day for Universal Access to Information On 28 September 2020, the International Day for Universal Access to Information, ZimRights will launch its new media bouquet – ZimRightsLIVE. ZimRights LIVE brings together ZimRights’ media platforms incorporating its Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Podcast. In addition, ZimRights will launch its brand new YouTube […]
Read More

Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up to receive latest ZimRights News and Updates.
No, Thanks
Subscribe to our newsletter
X