Due to technical challenges we are facing, we are not able to create a folder for 2019 Monthly Monitoring Reports (MMRs). The 2019 MMRs may be located under the Archives section
Zimbabwe Peace Project is proud to announce that Ms Jestina Mukoko, our National Director, has been selected to represent Zimbabwe in the 5th Edition of the Leadership Forum for Strategic Impact to be held in Yale University and Washington DC
The Zimbabwe Peace Project welcomes the launch and roll out of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) exercise as it is expected to deliver a new voters roll which will ensure the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) conducts elections efficiently, freely, fairly
President Robert Mugabe and leader of the ruling Zanu PF party kicks off his ‘Meet the youth’ rallies in Marondera on Friday 2, June. The rally is seen as a launch of campaigns for the 2018 elections. It comes at
Zanu PF primary elections are reported to have been finally held after serious factional skirmishes as well as political intolerance spearheaded by Zanu PF youths.
To many people enforced disappearance is not a clear concept. Often, persons subjected to enforced disappearance are being mistaken for missing persons even though those are very different things. Enforced disappearance is composed of three constitutive elements being: the deprivation
Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) condemns all forms of violence and calls on political parties to reign in their supporters and ensure peaceful proceedings of party meetings.
It is alleged that a Karoi woman died after she was run over by a pirating taxi that veered off the road when municipal police threw spikes at a moving vehicle. The wanton use of spikes by police officers has
The Zimbabwe Peace Project is alarmed at the escalating war for gold at Sabi Mine, which has resulted in the death of 15 people. Homemade explosives are used in the fight to ward off security guards at the mine by
The Zimbabwe Peace Project has noted that several government schools sent children home on the first day of school over outstanding school fees. The ZPP visited at least 14 primary schools in Harare and Mashonaland Central provinces where children had