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ZimRights chairperson Nyakureba's car trailed by strangers

The national chairperson of the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), Passmore Nyakureba, was trailed by unknown people in two cars for over 250 km from Harare to Mutare on the early hours of Saturday, February 11, 2017.


Beitbridge invests in peace ahead of 2018 elections

A community meeting in Whunga

Beitbridge – COMMUNITIES in Beitbridge are banking on the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) to help them overcome political intimidation as they search for lasting peace and development.


Search for identity documents in Gaha

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Gaha community members at a ZimRights meeting

Mutare – HUNDREDS HUNDREDS of people in Manicaland province without identity documents have approached the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) asking for its assistance. Over 300 people in the Gaha community in Mutare North, aged between 16 – 35 years, who do not have national identity cards could get registered after ZimRights approached the government’s registry office on their behalf.


BREAKING NEWS: Protestor countdown to President Mugabe’s birthday


Flier being circulated towards President Robert Mugabe’s 93rd birthday

Harare; February 1, 2017 – A social movement under the #21dayscampaign hashtag has launched a campaign to protest until President Robert Mugabe’s birthday as he turns 93 years old on February 21.


Civil society to oppose constitutional amendment

Harare – Civil society organisations agreed to oppose the constitutional amendment being pushed by government to alter the process of appointment of top Zimbabwean judges at an emergence meeting coordinated by Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition.


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