Miscellaneous

WORLD DAY AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY Access to Counsel: A Matter of Life or Death

WORLD DAY AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY

TIME FOR ZIMBABWE TO ABOLISH

October the 10th is the World Day Against the Death Penalty.

The World Day Against the Death Penalty is commemorated annually to highlight the plight of those who have been denied the most essential human right of all, the right to life, by the justice system.

International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances 30 August 2020

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE VICTIMS OF ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES

[30 August 2020]

Veritas joins the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances. The special day is commemorated annually on the 30th of August. The commemoration of this important day serves to remind states on the need to enact specific laws that protect citizens against the crime of enforced disappearances.

PRESIDENT’S HEROES DAY SPEECH

PRESIDENT’S HEROES DAY SPEECH

BROADCAST SPEECH
BY PRESIDENT E.D. MNANGAGWA

Monday 10th August 2020

Director of Ceremonies, and Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage, Cde K. Kazembe;

The First Lady, Amai A. Mnangagwa;

Vice President, General  (rtd). C.G.D.N Chiwenga;

Vice President, Colonel (rtd) Cde K.C.D. Mohadi;

National Chairman of the Ruling ZANU PF Party, Cde O.C.Z Muchinguri -Kashiri

ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA Tuesday 21st July 2020 COVID-19 PANDEMIC MEASURES WITH EFFECT FROM 22nd JULY 2020

Fellow Zimbabweans,

I address you once again to share and give an update on where our Nation stands in the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Worldwide, confirmed Coronavirus infections continue to increase, with over 600,000 lives lost to date. Global recoveries from the virus stand at slightly over 8,1 million, up from over 6,8 million recorded up to last week.

WORLD HEALTH DAY April 7th 2020

WORLD HEALTH DAY

[7th April 2020]

Nurses and Midwives

World Health day could not have come at a more necessary time.  To date, 74,866 people around the world have died of COVID-19, a disease caused by a new coronavirus, and 1,350,357 have contracted the virus.  COVID-19 has highlighted cracks in even the most sophisticated healthcare systems and has shown the importance of access to healthcare.