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Telling the other story – MEDIA CENTRE

Month: April 2021

ZDEFP sets record straight on Kahanana’s land and polygamy allegations

Zimbabwe Democratic and Economic Freedom Party (ZDEFP) has denied allegations by Kukurigo news that their member Robert Kahanana is on the ZACC radar for corruption, dismissing it as just a smear campaign to jeopardize the party’s political  prospects ahead of…

Zimbabwe court quashes criminal charges against Hopewell Chin’ono

Zimbabwe’s High Court on Wednesday quashed charges of communicating false information levelled against journalist and government critic Hopewell Chin’ono, saying the law used by police to arrest him in January no longer existed.

CSOs demand release of 2019 Auditor-General report

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has been accused of deliberately delaying the release of the 2019 Auditor-General’s report, which civil society organisations (CSOs) suspect could contain damning exposes of abuse of public funds.

Chinese mining firm accused of defiling community graves in Dinde

A Chinese company prospecting for coal in Dinde, Hwange rural district, has been accused of defiling a local burial site as it pushes ahead with its controversial drilling operations despite growing pushback.

Mnangagwa must exact transparency and accountability on “mega deals”: Edith Chibhamu

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s failure to answer critical questions around the so called “mega deals” is indicative of a government that is averse to scrutiny and detests transparency and accountability.

Edith Chibhamu urges Zim to focus more on economic recovery

It’s now crystal clear that the current government has failed to attract any meaningful investment from within and its surrounding neighbors.

Zimbabwe: Edith Chibhamu (ZEDFP) statement on attacks of Joana Mamombe and other Human Rights Defenders

Zimbabwean authorities recently seized a prominent activist and opposition legislator Joana Mamombe from her hospital bed and detained her at the country’s maximum security prison, against the advice of doctors who had ordered that she see a specialist for an…

Zimbabwe: Statelessness crisis traps hundreds of thousands in limbo

Hundreds of thousands of people trapped in the misery of statelessness in Zimbabwe have been forced to the margins of society, and struggle to access education, healthcare and housing, Amnesty International said today in a new report.

ZIMSEC A’ Level results out

The Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC) has released results for November 2020 Advance level examinations.

More than 200,000 people return to Zimbabwe as COVID-19 impacts regional economies

More than 200,000 Zimbabweans have returned home over the past year due to the economic fallout from COVID-19 in countries where they had been working.