13 Sep 2009 Staff Writer
Headline: Zambia HIV military discrimination case in the news...

Check out the Washington Post’s coverage of our case involving the discrimination of two former employees of the Zambian Air Force.  The article does a good job of covering the main issues in the case.  The case is expected to…

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01 Jul 2009 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: HOW CIVIL SOCIETY BLOCKED AN ARMS SHIPMENT FOR ZIMBABWE...

In April 2008, a Chinese ship carrying arms destined for Zimbabwe’s Defence Force attempted to offload those weapons in Durban’s harbour, so that they might be transported across South African territory to land-locked Zimbabwe. South African civil society, alerted to…

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19 May 2009 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: ZIMBABWE: TOP LAWYER’S ARREST SHOWS HOW FAR COUNTRY MUST STI...

Johannesburg — WHEN I travel in southern Africa meeting human rights lawyers and civil society activists, whose work often earns them the enmity of their governments, I play a rather perverse, fatalistic game with myself — weighing up which country,…

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24 Feb 2009 Staff Writer
THE WEEKENDER – ZIMBABWE: GENERALS HOLD OUT FOR AMNESTY...

Zimbabwe’s peace is being held to ransom, raising the question of whether peace is possible without justice, writes NICOLE FRITZ THE hot topic for discussion in Zimbabwe’s new government of national unity isn’t stemming the spread of cholera or reversing…

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09 Sep 2000 Staff Writer
SALC SUBMISSIONS ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN IMPLMENTATION OF THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS BI...

August marked the 62nd anniversary of the Geneva Conventions. Regarded as the “laws of war” the Conventions and their Additional Protocols are at the heart of international humanitarian law, the body of international law that regulates the conduct of armed…

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