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Zanu PF Supporters Ordered To Compensate MDC-T Sympathiser

High court Judge Justice Ester Muremba has ordered three Zanu PF supporters to pay $6000 for assaulting an MDC-T supporter in 2008. The MDC-T supporter Meeting Mugumba (63) of Mount Darwin was assaulted by Zanu PF’s Gibson Matimura, Doughlas Bhobho and Edward Chiunye in Mount Darwin, on the 8th of May 2008 for supporting the Morgan [...]

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Zanu PF supporters to pay MDC-T activist $3 500 damages

Seven Mt Darwin Zanu PF activists, who terrorised opposition supporters in the run-up to the 2008 presidential election run-off, have been ordered to pay $3 500 compensation to an MDC-T activist after they were sued for damages. Harare High Court judge Justice Mary Zimba-Dube granted Albert Danga a default judgment on June 3, against Weston [...]

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Chipinge residents said the delay in establishing  the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) was a deliberate ploy to ensure the body’s mandate expires before it becomes operational. The NPRC is one of the five independent commissions established by Chapter 12 of the Constitution, but is the only one with a time frame of 10 [...]

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Statement on Political Violence in Epworth

The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) unreservedly condemns in the strongest of terms the violence that erupted in Epworth on Sunday 21 February 2010. The violence erupted in Epworth’s Wards 4, 6 and 7 at an MDCT organized rally on the constitutional making process. It is alleged that ZANU PF youth militia attacked [...]

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Statement by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum on the refusal of magistrates to try the minister of justice, legal and parliamentary affairs

The Human Rights Forum, a coalition of sixteen human rights NGOs, views with grave concern the reports that Magistrates in Manicaland declined to preside over the case in which the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs is alleged to have attempted to influence the withdrawal of charges relating to incidents of violence in Makoni [...]

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