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Resolving Statelessness long overdue

The descendants, in the absence of a death certificate, are required to bring witnesses, who are often scared to testify against government.
By Newsday Jun. 13, 2024

‘We won’t stop erecting Gukurahundi plaques’

A number of Gukurahundi plaques have been destroyed by suspected State security agents with the recent vandalism having occurred last month in Matabeleland South.
By Bongile Moyo Jun. 7, 2024

ZPRA veterans pile pressure on govt

ZPRA Nitram properties committee patron Tshinga Dube told the ex-combatants last week that moves to have the properties returned have gathered pace.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 19, 2024

State must act on Bhalagwe plaque

Decades later the madness persists with the State showing little to no concern over the destruction of the Bhalagwe plaque which is rudely opening up old festering wounds.
By Newsday May. 6, 2024

Bhalagwe Gukurahundi plaque vandalised, again

Mthwakazi Republic Party president Mqondisi Moyo said it was disturbing that State agents continued to destroy the plaques.
By Silas Nkala May. 3, 2024

Former ZNA captain relieves Gukurahundi atrocities

Five months were suspended on condition he restituted Mazibuko US$2 500, leaving him with an effective 65 months to serve.
By Silas Nkala Apr. 30, 2024

What independence could there be to celebrate?

Zimbabwe is home to State-sanctioned human rights violations. There are politically-motivated abductions, killings and lengthy imprisonments without convictions.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Apr. 17, 2024

Stop Gukurahundi hearings: Stakeholders

Stakeholders, who spoke to Southern Eye this week, accused government of lacking seriousness over the issue while claiming that officials failed to consult them adequately.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 4, 2024

Zim in desperate need of truth, healing

The human rights watchdog said if these past atrocities were not addressed, they would continue to influence the present.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Mar. 26, 2024