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Matabeleland’s undocumented children: Right to identity denied

Birth registration is a legal right in Zimbabwe and the government makes it a requirement for every citizen to possess a birth registration certificate and eventually a national identity card.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jul. 5, 2024

Inside the makeshift maternity wards of Harare

Medical experts interviewed for this article say such births are often conducted under unsafe conditions by untrained people, putting both the mother and baby at risk.
By Linda Mujuru May. 2, 2024

Several inconsistencies between PVOs Bill and the Constitution

Veritas has identified several inconsistencies between the Bill and the Constitution.
By Veritas Apr. 13, 2024

Drought claims 9 000 cattle

The El Niño weather phenomenon has resulted in erratic rainfall patterns across Zimbabwe leading to widespread crop failure and water shortages.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 3, 2024

A case for abolishment of death penalty in Zim

 Zimbabwe carried out its last execution in 2005, but death sentences have continued to be imposed.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Feb. 25, 2024

A victory for human rights

Tuesday’s landmark decision comes as a Private Member’s Bill was introduced last year in the National Assembly to abolish the death penalty in Zimbabwe.
By Newsday Feb. 10, 2024

Our figures are correct, says ZimStat

ZimStat was reacting to concerns raised over the accuracy of mortality figures collected during the 2022 Population and Housing Census.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Feb. 8, 2024

Cholera crisis: Harare water bombshell

The country has recorded 280 suspected cholera deaths with 65 of them confirmed since the outbreak began.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 7, 2024

Govt, councils to blame for cholera deaths — lawyers

Health and Child Care minister Douglas Mombeshora said there was a need to improve community engagement to end the scourge.
By Problem Masau and Lorraine Muromo Dec. 21, 2023