No Need for Hangman If Zimbabwe's Death Penalty Goes

The consideration for the abolition of the death penalty may be the lifeline needed for 81 prisoners who are on death row, while 127 others are serving life terms. The country has not carried out any executions since 2005 when the last hangman retired.

  • Zimbabwe:   Govt Working On Abolishing Death Penalty

    The Herald, 30 November 2018

    Zimbabwe is moving closer towards the abolishment of capital punishment and proposals to that effect will soon be tabled before Cabinet, Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs… Read more »



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