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Gukurahundi hearings secrecy questioned

President Emmerson Mnangagwa on July 4 officially launched the hearings to gather information from victims and survivors of the
By Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 21, 2024

No to command healing: Nkulumane MP

The programme which is led by traditional leaders is meant to allow victims and survivors to express their grievances in pursuit of reconciliation.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 19, 2024

‘Provide witness protection to Gukurahundi victims’

In the past, HZT wrote a policy brief on the protection of victims and witnesses.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 17, 2024

Chiefs welcome Gukurahundi hearing exercise

The chiefs said the long-awaited exercise would promote national healing and unity.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 16, 2024

Gukurahundi victims speak out

Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary Ndavaningi Mangwana said the role of chiefs as community leaders was already in the law and the Constitution.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 13, 2024

Gukurahundi hearings: No need to rush the process

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will launch the hearings in Bulawayo.
By Newsday Jul. 12, 2024

‘Chiefs not fit to lead Gukurahundi consultations’

The memorial lecture was organised by Bulawayo-based pressure group Ibhetshu LikaZulu.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 1, 2024

Resolving Statelessness long overdue

The descendants, in the absence of a death certificate, are required to bring witnesses, who are often scared to testify against government.
By Newsday Jun. 13, 2024

‘We won’t stop erecting Gukurahundi plaques’

A number of Gukurahundi plaques have been destroyed by suspected State security agents with the recent vandalism having occurred last month in Matabeleland South.
By Bongile Moyo Jun. 7, 2024