The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) consistently monitors the human rights environment in Zimbabwe and analyses national trends, in line with its mandate of coordinating the human rights agenda in Zimbabwe. Through its various members, the Forum collates and verifies human rights violations and designs advocacy strategies to promote and protect all human rights of all persons in Zimbabwe. The information in this Report is derived from verified media reports, information from members of the Forum, civil society reports, information reported to the Forum’s Public Interest Unit (PIU) and the Forum’s Research Unit (RU). While information contained in this Report is not exhaustive of human rights violations that occurred throughout the country during the period under review, it does, however, present a documented picture of the state of human rights in Zimbabwe. The basis of this Report lies in understanding the supremacy of the 2013 Constitution of Zimbabwe (the Constitution) and acknowledging the founding values of Zimbabwe that include respect for fundamental human rights and freedoms and the rule of law.