A sad day for Journalism
The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists, ZUJ, is mourning the death of two journalists Mernart Mafirakureva, the business editor of The Chronicle and Zecheaus Nemadire a freelance journalist.
The Union has learnt with shock and sadness the passing on of these two scribes. Mafirakureva was involved
ZUJ challenges High Court
Zimbabwe Union of Journalist (ZUJ) has engaged its lawyers over the decision by the High Court to bar the media from covering the fiscal court of appeal.
The barring of journalists from covering the appeal has been described as retrogressive and it infringes on Section 62 of the new constitution
Freelance journalist robbed, murdered
FREELANCE journalist Zecheaus Nemadire was on Tuesday night attacked and killed by suspected robbers in Bluffhill, Harare. He was 23. Nemadire’s body was found about 500 metres away from his family’s home, along Lavenham Road yesterday morning by a passer-by who later informed the
FAJ Commends ConCourt on Criminal Defamation ruling
The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) has said that the ruling by Zimbabwe constitutional court on criminal defamation is a strong step towards democracy and law reinforcement.
The constitutional court on 12 June 2014, ruled that the criminal defamation law must be struck of the
ZUJ Applauds Con Court on Criminal Defamation ruling
The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) applauds the ruling by the Constitutional Court on Criminal Defamation.
The Constitutional Court, which deemed the piece of legislation as not a justifiable law in a democratic society such as Zimbabwe’s, has ruled that the law must be struck of the