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‘Resolve Gukurahundi to stop rights violations’

At least 20 000 lives were lost during the Gukurahundi massacres in Midlands and Matabeleland provinces.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Dec. 7, 2023

Gukurahundi truth telling demands grow

A number of speakers said the country was, however, losing an opportunity for a truth-telling process to bring closure and healing.
By Sharon Sibindi Dec. 3, 2023

Resolve Gukurahundi issue, AMH boss tells Mnangagwa

But the media mogul said it was unfortunate that years later, the people in Matabeleland were yet to get closure.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 24, 2023

UK fomented Gukurahundi: Ex-Zipra official

One of the former ZPRA trainers Cetshwayo Sithole told Southern Eye this week that they had no intention of becoming dissidents when they had equipped themselves with properties.
By Nizbert Moyo Oct. 27, 2023

Key to social flourishing in Zim

Zimbabweans, from all walks of life, must commit to learning from the past and forging a future where peace, unity, and progress reign supreme.
By Sharon Hofisi Oct. 13, 2023

Govt must protect Gukurahundi plaques: Pressure group

The pressure group claims that, on several occasions, it has replaced some plaques which were vandalised by suspected State security agents.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 13, 2023

Zim, you are on your own

An important part of this dialogue is exorcising the ghosts of our traumatic past such as the liberation war, Gukurahundi, Operation Murambatsvina and the election-related violence.
By Trevor Ncube Oct. 5, 2023

End statelessness in Matabeleland, govt told

In February 2019, Cabinet approved amendments to the Zimbabwe Citizenship Act to allow dual citizenship in order to align it with the country’s 2013 Constitution.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Oct. 5, 2023

‘Let’s end persistent ID problems’

According to a 2017 MCWC baseline survey, about 43% of children in the region had no IDs.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 3, 2023