The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) condemns the continued incarceration of two clergymen, Pastor Evan Mawarire and Pastor Patrick Mugadza after they were arrested for expressing their political opinions as guaranteed by the constitution. The two are prisoners of conscience
The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) condemns the violent attack on Tajamuka activist, Onias Mezah, who was assaulted on yesterday in Kambuzuma, Harare. Mezah’s attackers questioned why he was wearing Tajamuka regalia.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned that despite a High Court order by Justice David Mangota barring the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and Harare City Council (HCC) police from confiscating wares of vendors and removing them from the Harare
The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned by the displacement of vendors and other traders from their designated trading spots at Mbare Musika as part of Harare City Council’s efforts to clean up the place in the fight against Typhoid.
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned that even as untoward behaviour is condemned with every by-election that has been conducted since 2013 it seems no one is moved and they continue to perpetrate violence with impunity. The situation in Bikita
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) joins the rest of world in commemorating the 2016 Human Rights Day. ZPP has since 2001 been monitoring all forms of violations and human rights abuses and collecting data on conditions, practices and policies that affect
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) castigates the behaviour of Chimanimani West traditional leaders that continue to violate the rights of villagers as punishment almost two weeks after a by-election that was riddled with vote buying. Village head Masasi and the Zanu
Sixteen Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence marks a time when Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) joins the rest of the world and collaborates with community members and its stakeholders in highlighting issues pertinent to preventing and ending violence against women
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) condemns victimisation, intimidation of voters and partisan food distribution in Chimanimani West ahead of the national assembly by-election to be held on 26 November 2016. ZPP and other concerned civic organisations are gravely worried about the
Zimbabwe Peace Project is disappointed to learn about the brutal attack and abduction of Patson Dzamara and other activists. ZPP is further disillusioned by the deliberate destruction of property belonging to some of the activists. The incidents which are a