The Zimbabwe Civic Education Trust (ZIMCET) was founded in the year 2000 and was commissioned, thereafter, by the Zimbabwe Election Support Network, to monitor violence while it awaited its registration. ZIMCET identified and trained 240 volunteers who assisted in monitoring violence. When the organisation was eventually registered in August 2001, its immediate activities were influenced by what the report on violence had identified as a problem.

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ZIMCET condemns the attack on MP Trudy Stevenson and any other violence in Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe Civic Education Trust (ZIMCET) learned with shock and dismay at the battering of Mrs. Trudy Stevenson and four other high-ranking officials from the MDC pro-senate faction. This becomes the third incident in less than a year in which the MDC pro-senate faction officials have been brutally attacked by unruly youths. Mr. David Coltart alleged that Peter Guhu, MDC's director of security, was on the agenda of some youths to be attacked.

 
   

 

   
 
An empowered, peaceful Zimbabwean society conscious of its rights and obligations through full participation in the socio-economic, civic and cultural development.

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Operation Murambatsvina has been a highly controversial issue but here we feature the overview and the critique . . .

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