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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17 Dec 2008 Staff Writer
BUSINESS DAY ONLINE – NEIGHBOUR WHO GOT IN THE WAY...

THIS week, the United Nations (UN) Security Council again considers the issue of Zimbabwe. Members of the Security Council concerned at the situation have reportedly been planning to wait for SA’s departure from the council in January next year before…

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04 Dec 2008 Staff Writer
News release from Southern Africa litigation centre...

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) has requested the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to take action on its evidence of torture by Zimbabwean officials of actual and perceived supporters of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) in March 2007. Lloyd…

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