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National Healing and Addressing Historical Injustices



Oct. 31, 2020

The National Council of Chiefs endorsed an initiative of traditional leaders taking leadership in the Gukurahundi issues as the Government inches towards closure and healing from the period through collective dialogue. The endorsement was made during a meeting between the National Council of Chiefs and President Mnangagwa at State House in Bulawayo which also touched on a number of developmental issues the traditional leaders wanted addressed

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Chiefs to take lead in Gukurahundi matters



Oct. 25, 2020

Traditional leaders will take over the exhumation and reburial of victims of Gukurahundi in Matabeleland and Midlands, while the Government will fund the process as part of initiatives to bring closure and promote national healing. The resolution came after a consultative meeting between President Mnangagwa and traditional leaders from the Matabeleland provinces at State House in Bulawayo

NPRC spells out Gukurahundi strategy



July 22, 2019

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is finalising a strategy on dealing with the Gukurahundi issue that is expected to be completed next month and will, among issues, address the processes around public hearings, exhumations and reburial of victims.

The Zimbabwe National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) launched its outreach in the capital Harare.



May 3, 2019

The Zimbabwe National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) launched its outreach in the capital Harare as it prepares to roll out its national healing and reconciliation programs in the country. The launch in Harare follows events in five other provinces as the commission moves to cover all the country's 10 provinces before it embarks on countrywide public consultations, deputy chairperson Lilian Chigwedere told Xinhua in Harare. She said the outreach was aimed at sensitizing and mobilizing members of the public to participate in the commission's national healing and reconciliation programs.