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Jacob Ngarivhume

Ngarivhume Abandons Party, Throws Weight Behind Chamisa

Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) leader Jacob Ngarivhume has thrown his weight behind MDC-A’s Nelson Chamisa while abandoning his political party project. Ngarivhume rose to prominence in July 2020 when he organised an ant-corrup[tion demonstration but was subsequently arrested in the days leading up to the day together with a journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono and charged with inciting […]

Ngarivhume Reflects On Time In Remand Prison

After 45 days behind bars opposition Transform Zimbabwe leader, Jacob Ngarivhume was finally released by the Zimbabwean authorities. Until his arrest on 20 July, Ngarivhume was little known in Zimbabwean political circles, although he had a short stint in main MDC before starting his own movement. His claim to fame came late May when he […]

Local Think Tank Calls For Military Involved National Dialogue

The Zimbabwe Democracy Institute (ZDI) has called on the Government to accept an externally mediated national dialogue that involves the military as a way of resolving the country’s deepening political and economic crisis. In their monthly report for August titled “Zimbabwean Crisis Deepens: Government Denies” the Institute says the month was characterised by militarisation of […]

Commonwealth, SADC Lawyers Castigate Harassment of Beatrice Mtetwa

The Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA) and the SADC Lawyers Association Thursday lashed out at the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) after it barred prominent lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa from seeing her client, journalist Hopewell Chin’ono who has been held without bail for over a month at Chikurubi Maximum Security prison. Chin’ono is accused of inciting […]

‘We Are Failing to Breath Under Mnangagwa’

The MDCA youth league says living conditions under the President Emmerson Mnangagwa led government are beyond inhabitable as they are not fit for humans. Zimbabwe has been going through a raft of socio-economic and political challenges in the last two years after Mnangagwa was elected in 2018. The economic hardships have seen a growing frustration […]

Chin’ono To Testify In Private, No Media Allowed

The case of journalist Hopewell Chin’ono who stands accused of inciting violence in advance of planned anti-government protests took another twist Wednesday after he was asked to testify on the state of prisons in Zimbabwe but in private. Chin’onos defence team led by Beatrice Mtetwa had approached the court seeking bail on the pretext that […]

We Achieved Our Goals A Day Before 31 July Claims Tsenengamu

Former Zanu PF national youth political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has claimed that the July 31 protest achieved its goals despite claims that it flopped. The firebrand ex Zanu PF member said the demonstration had achieved its targets a day before because the authorities punished as evidenced by the number of measures they implemented ahead of […]

Breaking:Police Issue Strong Warning Ahead Of Tomorrow’s Demo

The ZR Police Thursday issued a stern warning that those who will partake in a planned demonstration tomorrow will have themselves to blame as the government has deployed tight security forces across the country to monitor the situation. Social media was awash with footages on Thursday of both the police and soldiers turning away people […]