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Sikhala violence trial postponed

Suspected Zanu PF members reportedly attacked mourners and hijacked Ali’s funeral on June 12 last year.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Sep. 12, 2023

Sikhala ‘confident of change’ on Aug 23

Sikhala’s son Job Junior said his father was in good spirits and was convinced that his incarceration would not stop the winds of change on August 23.
By Lorraine Muromo Aug. 13, 2023

Sikhala State witness exposed

A state witness Shepherd Tawodzera, could not prove that he was stoned by Maiko.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jul. 16, 2023

Editor's Memo: ED failing a simple democratic test

They said the current regime was more authoritarian and repressive.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Jul. 14, 2023

Sikhala demo student out on ZW$200 000 bail

Chaburumunda was arrested on June 8 with the State saying they all committed an offence of defacing or spraying the walls.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Jul. 5, 2023

Violence of predator State prevents Zimbabweans from living in peace

. This "peaceful nation" propaganda is also marketed to tourists globally to the point that when we are asked what we like about our country, we tell them “it is beautiful and quiet”.
By Thandekile Moyo Jun. 30, 2023

‘State agents perpetrating political violence’

The human rights group noted that government was clamping down on freedoms of assembly by banning opposition rallies and musical shows of artists perceived to be anti-government.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 12, 2023

5th UZ student arraigned over Sikhala protest

He is jointly charged with four other students.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Jun. 10, 2023

Govt must pay heed to people’s concerns

The government of Zimbabwe is to blame for these violations, sadly appears to be averse to change.
By Newsday Jun. 9, 2023