Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) calls for an urgent cessation of the disturbing trend of violent disruptions of public hearings as witnessed in Harare, Mutare, Mutoko and lately Bulawayo. In line with Section 149 (1) of the Zimbabwean Constitution, Election Resource
Six men armed with AK 47 rifles reportedly invaded Mapare Resort Centre in Masvingo on Thursday 13 October. The invaders, accompanied by one who identified himself as Mr Mudendi allegedly from National Parks, approached the resort owners and gave them
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned about the way that children continue to be victims of violence. It seems the trend is growing where children, no matter how young, become victims of the same violence meted out to their parents.
Each year Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) observes the International Day of Peace together with the rest of the world on 21 September. This is a very pertinent day for ZPP as an organisation with a firm foundation in the area
Over 50 families were left homeless when one Ernest Chikambi, claiming to be closely linked to President Robert Mugabe, through the police demolished and burnt down their houses, fowl runs, crèche and gardens.
While the world commemorates International Day of Democracy ZPP bemoans the increase of human right violation in Zimbabwe. The day is commemorated annually on 15 September and this year’s theme is Democracy and the 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development. In
As part of the exchange visit hosted by Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) in partnership with Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), community members and councillors from Bikita, Hwange and Mutoko’s mining areas got the opportunity to tour Hwange. The tour
The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) pledges to live up to and to continue advocating for government to seriously consider being party to the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance.
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) condemns the excessive use of force on peaceful protesters over the last few weeks. The physical violence meted out on civilians taking part in peaceful protests has been uncalled for and it is disappointing that no
Zimbabwe Peace Project met with a group of young people from Mutoko to find out their thoughts on the granite mining taking place in and around their communities. The youth said that due to the current wave of intimidation they