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Zimbabwe human rights lawyer, Beatrice Mtetwa, as a young girl with her brother in Swaziland where she was born and raised Photograph: guardian.co.uk Beatrice Mtetwa grew up on a Swaziland farm with nearly 50 siblings.
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THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission is continuing with preparations for harmonised elections on July 31 as proclaimed by President Mugabe last week despite proposals by the extraordinary summit of Sadc Heads of State and Government that Government seek an extension of the poll deadline to accommodate reforms proposed by some parties to the Global ... (more)
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Zimbabwe's first "Cattle Bank" has just opened its books in a unique kind of banking where owners bring in their animals as collateral against cash loans.
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A tropical depression has formed off the coast of Belize and forecasters say it is expected to bring as much as five inches of rain to parts of Belize, Guatemala and northern Honduras.
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In this photo taken Saturday, April 21, 2013 staff from TN Livestock prepare to tag a cow on a farm near Harare.
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Zimbabweans themselves must resolve a row over President Robert Mugabe's decision to call an election on July 31, the head of the African Union commission said on Monday.
HARARE, Zimbabwe, June 18 -- The government should continue raising awareness on sustainable living practices as a way of protecting the environment, Zimbabwe's news agency, New Ziana, reported, quoting an expert as saying on Monday.
Indonesians protest against fuel price hike JAKARTA: Masked protesters hurling Molotov cocktails clashed with police firing water cannons and tear gas in the Indonesian capital Monday, as thousands demonstrated nationwide against a plan to hike fuel prices.
Daniel Howden is Africa Correspondent for The Independent. He has reported from more than 50 countries covering everything from wars and elections to natural disasters and environmental crises.
The growing number of attacks against journalists in Zimbabwe has drawn sharp condemnation from a media watchdog which described the trend as 'disturbing'.
The old saying that a day is a long time in politics has never seemed to be true for Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's official electoral body says it will for the first time take disciplinary action against journalists for unfair reporting ahead of the nation's upcoming elections.
'Steven', a man in Bulawayo, has some news for Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe: some of his senior party officials are gay.
SOLDIERS disrupted MDC-T primaries in Kariba yesterday in an incident-filled day when three sitting MPs lost their bid to represent the party in the forthcoming harmonised polls.
THE trial of top human rights lawyer, Beatrice Mtetwa, who is facing charges of obstructing the course of justice was yesterday postponed to June 29 when cross examinations of State witnesses would continue.
THERE are serious discrepancies between what government receives from the diamond mining sector and remittances claims by producers, a parliamentary portfolio committee has said.