Dewa Mavhinga is the Southern Africa Director with the Africa Division at Human Rights Watch.

Dewa Mavhinga
Occupation
  • Radio Personality
Known for Being a Human Rights activist.

Background

Dewa has more than ten years research and advocacy experience on Zimbabwe as well as in Southern Africa. Before joining Human Rights Watch, Dewa worked as the Regional Coordinator for Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition based in Johannesburg. In 2012 Dewa co-founded the Zimbabwe Democracy Institute, a public policy research think-tank based in Harare. He is a recipient of the British Chevening and Canon Collins Trust scholarship, Dewa holds a bachelor of law honors degree (LLB) from the University of Zimbabwe and a master of law degree in international human rights (LLM) for Essex University, United Kingdom. [1]

Testimony before the American Senate

In December of 2017 he was part of the MDC alliance delegation that appeared before a United States Congressional Committee on Foreign Relations in USA to appraise Americans on the situation in Zimbabwe.
  1. [1], Dewa Mavhinga, Published: No Date, Retrieved: 14 December 2017