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The removal of roadblocks in parts of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, has started according to multiple reports. ...
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Tens of thousands of Teachers demonstrated in the Tunisian capital of Tunis on Wednesday to demand bonuses and improvements in working conditions. ...
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Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, facing near-daily demonstrations against his government, took a newly conciliatory tone with the protesters on Wednesday, saying they are mostly young with poor prospects, and pledging to release detained journalists. ...
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Sekai Hwangwa was asleep when soldiers carrying guns burst into her home in Zimbabwe’s capital during a deadly crackdown on anti-government protests this month, raping and beating her up. ...
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Harare - Sekai Hwangwa was asleep when soldiers carrying guns burst into her home in Zimbabwe's capital during a deadly crackdown on anti-government protests this month and beat and raped her. ...
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The Sudanese army issued a statement on Wednesday saying it would not allow the state to collapse, following weeks of mass protests demanding an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule. ...
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Opinion & Editorials
IN the last 48 hours, two reports emerged which showed the extent of the polarisation in Zimbabwe today. A State-owned daily newspaper alleged in a story that could compete for the world’s most graphic fiction of the year that the country’s only two private dailies were getting directions from western embassies on how to cover events, particularly the ongoing State crackdown on the so-called violent protestors. ...
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The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has said members of the security forces are not above the law and urged victims of brutality to report to the police for justice to take its course. ...
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SIX of the eight men arrested on arson charges after they torched a Zupco bus and a car belonging to Chegutu East legislator Webster Shamu’s wife, Constance, during the recent violent protests that rocked Harare and other cities, were yesterday jailed to five years each. ...
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A special report by Skynews on the situation in Zimbabwe the past weeks. ...
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Childeren being held as 'enemies of the state' in Zimbabwe ...
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Zimbabwe's widely respected fire brigade usually tackles house fires and traffic accidents, but it became a symbol of the regime during anti-government demonstrations that turned into violent looting and arson. ...
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Peace talks to end chronic violence in the Central African Republic began in Khartoum on Thursday, attended by representatives of the government and 14 armed groups, the UN peacekeeping mission in the CAR said. ...
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'Larger than ever' demonstrations hit Khartoum and other cities as month-long protests claim another life. ...
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Comment & Analysis
THE violence seen during the fuel price increase protests and stand-off last week was not limited to the capital city Harare. The clashes between the police, army and protesters should not have happened in the first place had the authorities applied their minds to the real challenges facing the majority of poor Zimbabweans. ...
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Workers under the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and citizen groups have begun a national stayaway in protest against the recent increase in the price of fuel, and the general economic meltdown the country is going through. We give you updates on what is happening countrywide. ...
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THE country is bracing for more peaceful protests this week starting today as activists pile pressure on President Robert Mugabe’s government to address sticking concerns that are taking the country down the drain. ...
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