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Selby Hwacha. "Concerns on the need to take robust measures to protect the space for human rights lawyers continue to fall on deaf ears. "To the executive, recall and give effect to all recommendations made in the last decade at all levels in
To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.' So goes a popular quip attributed to the philosopher Voltaire. Robert Mugabe since 1987 - carried a maximum of a year in jail, whilst section 31 stated that '
A top South African court has declared that the country's police and prosecutors are obliged to investigate allegations of torture and crimes against humanity committed by Zimbabwean government officials, against Zimbabweans, in Zimbabwe...The court
The Botswana government deported 30 percent more Zimbabweans between January and October 2013 than they did in the whole of 2012. The Botswana government deported 30 percent more Zimbabweans in ten months this year than they did in the whole of 2012.
Foreign firms operating in certain sectors in Zimbabwe after 1 January 2014 will be arrested, a senior official has warned. Economic Empowerment Secretary George Magosvongwe issued the warning in parliament, state media reports. "Indigenisation" of
Zimbabwe (AP) Zimbabwe's main opposition says six of its supporters spent three nights in jail after they allegedly grabbed seed and fertilizer donations which they said were being distributed only to members of President Robert Mugabe's ruling party.
The African Union Election Observer Mission has released its final report on Zimbabwe's elections, in which it endorses the process as having conformed to continental standards on the conduct of elections, and an accurate expression of the will of
Scores of Zimbabweans, whose citizenship is meant to be recognised and guaranteed by the new constitution, have been denied documentation in recent weeks, with a lack of clarity on the laws causing chaos. It was hoped that with the creation and
Zimbabwe (AP) The United States says an estimated 2 .2 million Zimbabweans, or one-fourth of the rural population, will need emergency food in the October to March "hunger season" ahead of the next harvests...Agency for International Development said
The number of Zimbabwean nationals crossing the border into South Africa is said to have doubled, since the disputed elections in July. According to the Inter Press Service (IPS) news agency, who spoke to a South African border official, an increased