National

Jestina Mukoko, Executive Director of Zimbabwe Peace Project

ZPP Reports Drop In Human Rights Abuses

The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) says there has been a significant decline in cases of politically-motivated human rights violations across the country with 196 incidents...

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Africa

DRC Protesters Against Kabila's Overstay in Power

More than 2 000 people took to the streets of Kinshasa on Saturday to protest a bid by President Joseph Kabila to modify the constitution...

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International

Chinese Firms Exporting Torture Tools: Amnesty

Chinese Firms Exporting Torture Tools: Amnesty

A growing number of Chinese companies are exporting "tools of torture" such as electric shock batons and spiked metal batons, Amnesty International says in a...

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Business

Beef Producers Call For Lifting Of Cattle Ban

Beef Producers Call For Lifting Of Cattle Ban

By Upenyu Chaota / ItaiMuzondo Masvingo Beef Producers Association has pleaded with the Veterinary Services to lift the bracket cattle sales ban which was effected a...

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Entertainment

SABC's Generations Suspended Until December

SABC's Generations Suspended Until December

City Press reports that, following meetings held from Monday to Thursday in Magliesburg outside Johannesburg, a brand new SABC soap opera Generations, with none of...

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Sports

SA's Stellenbosch University Committed To Non-Racialism

SA's Stellenbosch University Committed To Non-Racialism

The University of Stellenbosch one of South Africa and Africa's top universities says it remains committed to non-racial dialogue. This follows a decision not to...

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Blogs

Dwindling Care Of  Zim's Old, Forgotten People

Dwindling Care Of Zim's Old, Forgotten People

By Moses Ziyambi An old woman sits on an old bench under the shade of a house facing the entrance to the Mucheke Old People’s Home....

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