Rural Women leaders set minimum demands for free, fair, credible and peaceful elections.

Rural women leaders who are part of Heal Zimbabwe community peace structures namely Community Action Accountability Teams (CAATs) and Women Safe Spaces for Reconciliation (WSSR) have agreed on a wide…

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Communities in Mbire and Mutasa lament politicization of food aid……. hail Heal Zimbabwe’s #13MilVoices4Peace campaign.

Communities in Mbire and Mutasa have expressed grave concern over the politicization of government food aid particularly from the Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare. This was revealed…

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Communities lament the involvement of Traditional leadership in partisan politics.

Community members in Gokwe, Mutoko, Murehwa, Mazowe, Makoni and Mbire have expressed concern over the continued involvement of Traditional leaders in partisan politics. This came out during a series of…

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Heal Zimbabwe commends Independent Commissions that support Democracy for setting up a special committee to deal with political violence.

Heal Zimbabwe applauds the move by Independent Commissions particularly the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC), National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to set up…

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