The Zimbabwe Peace Project is concerned about the calls by Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko who is also the Minister responsible for National Healing and Reconciliation for the military to intervene into the raging ZANU PF political disputes which have become violent of late with three people suffering broken limbs in Harare.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project recorded various human rights violations in the month of March. Civic and political rights violations were recorded in both urban areas and rural areas.
In urban areas the violations were mainly the denial of the right to freedom of assembly, expression and association.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project is concerned about the dire human rights situation at Manzou farm were families have been evicted and the Rivers farm where they have been relocated.
Families that have been evicted from Manzou Farm to pave way for the First Lady Grace Mugabe takeover of the farm are living in extreme hardships and in need of urgent humanitarian aid.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project condemns the political and economic violence against opposition party members who are working at Mbare Msika Market.
Today ZANU PF youths visited Ngaritutwe Bottle Store in Mbare and forced the proprietors to close down the bar accusing them of holding MDC-T meetings at the bar. The youths went on to burn sofas that were in the building and locked the gate of the premises ordering the proprietors to stop their business operations.