Take action to prevent further occurence of torture

Take action to prevent further occurence of torture

AS the rest of the world commemorates the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on 26 June, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) remains particularly concerned by the general lack of progress and political will exhibited by the Government of Zimbabwe to put in place relevant administrative and legal reforms to prevent future occurrence of torture, and provide relevant holistic remedies that address the needs of victims.

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Cops burn rapist’s genitals, charged

Cops burn rapist’s genitals, charged

THREE neighbourhood police officers in Gutu allegedly gouged a rape suspect’s genitals with a burning log as part of punishment for sexually abusing a four-year-old girl.

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African Heroes and the Superpowers of Agriculture

African Heroes and the Superpowers of Agriculture

For most people, the notion of a hero conjures up images of brave individuals risking their lives for others, or “superheroes” from comic books or films, armed with supernatural powers. But what Africa needs, each and every day, are heroes of a different sort – “action heroes” with ideas and vision, ready to respond to challenges that could determine the fate of a continent with a land mass larger than the United States, Western Europe, China and India combined. This is a lot of land, with a lot of potential.

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Mphoko should be ashamed of himself

Mphoko should be ashamed of himself

It is on public record that Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has been staying in a 5 star hotel for 552 days ever since he was sworn as Vice President of Zimbabwe in December, 2014.

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Anti-Bob protestors aproach High Court

Anti-Bob protestors aproach High Court

LAWYERS representing anti-President Robert Mugabe protestors in Harare have filed an urgent application at the High Court seeking an interdict baring the police from interfering with the activists.

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Take action to prevent further occurence of torture

AS the rest of the world commemorates the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on 26 June, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR)...
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BREAKING: Britain must leave ‘as soon as possible’ – EU chiefs

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Cops burn rapist’s genitals, charged

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African Heroes and the Superpowers of Agriculture

For most people, the notion of a hero conjures up images of brave individuals risking their...
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Mphoko should be ashamed of himself

It is on public record that Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has been staying in a...
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Anti-Bob protestors aproach High Court

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Re-inventing our Great Zimbabwe

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Investors keen on $2bln Sengwa project

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