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Editor’s Memo: Violence is primitive, stop it!

Yet, violence has overarching repercussions. It damages the image of the country. The “Brand Zimbabwe” and other initiatives will come to nought if violence is not tamed.
By Faith Zaba Mar. 24, 2023

Unmasking characters behind Depth of Emotions

Chitungwiza-based beautician and actress Soliath lamented the rise in GBV cases in and around Chitungwiza.
By Tendai Sauta Mar. 3, 2023

Stop GBV during elections: NPRC

Speaking at the same meeting, pastor Memory Longoni echoed the same sentiments saying women usually bear the brunt of violence during electoral periods.
By Stephen Chadenga Feb. 22, 2023

Polygamist jailed 20 years for killing wife

The deceased’s son, Elisha said on the fateful day, his mother went to buy sugar and returned in the afternoon.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 16, 2023

CCC blames police over violence

This comes after their campaign rallies that were held in Chivi and Gokwe-Nembudziya over the weekend were marred by politically-motivated violence.
By Priviledge Gumbodete and Sharon Buwerimwe Feb. 14, 2023

Govt, political parties not doing much to curb violence

The panellists concurred that women were, indeed, the biggest victims of political violence before, during and after elections and that the perpetrators are mostly men.
By Amh Voices Jan. 30, 2023

Sikhala’s charge based on assumption: State witness

Police officer commanding law and order Edmore Runganga told the court that they did not authenticate the video clip.
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 26, 2023

Feature: ‘The Crocodile has not changed’

Mnangagwa, whose guile and alleged brutality earned him the nickname “the Crocodile”, is expected to stand for a second term in this year’s elections.
By The Guardian Jan. 25, 2023

Letters: Govt must stop escalating political violence

Similarly, 2022 was characterised by serious bouts of violence in the run up to the March 26 by-elections and many other by-elections that followed.
By Amh Voices Jan. 16, 2023