The Zimbabwe Peace Project is concerned about the dire human rights situation at Manzou farm were families have been evicted and the Rivers farm where they have been relocated.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project condemns the political and economic violence against opposition party members who are working at Mbare Msika Market.
Monica Ncube, cousin of activist Paul Chizuze who went missing in 2012 speaks about her ordeal. Chizuze remains on the Interpol missing persons lists and there have been no updates from police about their progress on investigations.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project has been on the ground watching events in Mwenezi East ahead of the 8 April by-election. The credibility of the election faces scrutiny after a number of material human rights violations were recorded in the area.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project condemns the politically motivated violence that occurred at Gogo Chiquita Mack’s funeral in Mbare on the 11th of March 2017.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project condemns the practice in Mwenezi East by some authorities who are forcing residents to obtain birth certificates and Identity cards for the purposes of registering for the upcoming by election. The registration took place at Chingwizi
Following the chaos that characterised Zanu PF’s Masvingo Province, the ruling party’s highest decision making body, the Politburo ordered the dissolution of the executive and fresh elections. Incidents recorded during the run up to the elections point towards unprecedentant levels
Mwenezi East has been a hot bed of politically motivated human rights abuses in previous elections. In March 2008 most schools, business centres, clinics, growth points and resettlement areas operated as terror bases. A number of politically motivated murders were
The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) condemns the arrest of activist, Godfrey Tsenengamu after he delivered a press conference that is critical of President Robert Mugabe and the First lady Grace Mugabe.
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