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ZimRights condemns GBV against women

ZimRights condemns GBV against women On the 4th of November 2020, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) monitoring team together with the ZimRights Manicaland Provincial Vice-Chairperson – Ms Mildred Muzanechita were in Nyamaropa verifying a case of Gender-based violence in Manyengavana village – ward 14 of Mutare South Constituency under Chief Zimunya. ZimRights learnt that […]
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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 […]
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Pool of Death – Lifeline for Epworth Residents

Pool of Death – Lifeline for Epworth Residents On the 9th of September 2020, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) monitoring team together with the Harare Provincial Vice Chairperson, Ms Sarah Njanji visited Solani area in Epworth where the community has experienced water problems since years back. ZimRights learnt that fighting a pandemic has brought […]
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Belvedere West families left homeless after their houses were demolished

Belvedere West families left homeless after their houses were demolished On the 3rd of September 2020, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) human rights monitoring team visited Belvedere West, where the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has destroyed houses that were built on illegal land, leaving many families homeless. The demolition came two days before the […]
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Retreat Farm residents houses demolished

Retreat Farm residents houses demolished as lockdown measures are tightened On the 20th of July 2020, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) human rights monitoring team visited the Retreat farm, where the Harare City Council has left hundreds of people homeless. ZimRights learnt that on the 14th of July 2020, the Harare Municipal Police distributed […]
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Extra Judicial Killing in Silobela: Zimrights Raises Concern

On July 9, 2020, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association’s (ZimRights) Human Rights Monitoring team led by the Midlands Provincial Chairperson, Mr Martin Bongozozo, visited Khanye Village in Ward 21 under Chief Malisa – a kilometre from Cross Roads Shopping Centre – following up on the report of the shooting of Bhekani Moyo (20) on the […]
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48 Hours Eviction Notice for Bella-Paise Residents in Epworth

On the 20th of June 2020 Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), led by Harare Vice Chair Ms Sarah Njanji – visited Epworth’s Bella-Paise Estate, formerly McDonald’s farm (kwaDhonoro) to verify a case of illegal eviction of residents – a threat to their right to shelter. ZimRights learnt that on the 19th of June 2020, 2 […]
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Thousands of Chilonga families threatened with Evictions

On June 18, 2020, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) visited Chilonga in Chikombedzi under Chiredzi East Constituency, where approximately 1000 villagers are facing potential eviction to pave way for a Lucern grass project. Dendairy, a private milk producing company is said to have been given the green light to occupy 10 000 hectares of […]
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