Latest News

ZimRights welcomes appointment of Chief Justice Luke Malaba

Harare  The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) welcomes the appointment of Justice Luke Malaba as the substantive Chief Justice in line with the outcome of public interviews and provisions of the new Constitution.


ZimRights celebrates 25 years

Harare – The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) Board is proud to notify all stakeholders of its Silver Jubilee celebrations as it marks 25 years since its historic formation in 1992.As ZimRights marks 25 years of existence and relevance, it is humbled to reflect on its journey and note the successes that we have achieved together.


Soldiers attack university students on campus, ZINASU says



Picture of attacked student circulated by Zinasu

Gweru – The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) has claimed that soldiers attacked a student meeting to plan a brewing fees protest – which has already been dubbed #FeesDown – at the Midlands State University’s (MSU) main campus in Gweru on Saturday, March 25, 2017.


Highfields, Mbare political violence condemned


Harare – The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) condemns the assault of opposition MDC-T members by suspected Zanu-PF youths in Highfields and disruption of a funeral in Mbare in Harare over the weekend.


international Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) Women's Day statement and video

ZimRights as a member of the International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) is pleased to share with you the International Women’s Day statement and video from the global human rights organisation.

Find the statement and video on this link:


You are here: Home About Us Latest News