19 May 2009 Staff Writer
SALC NEWS RELEASE: ZAMBIAN HIGH COURT TO HEAR GROUNDBREAKING HIV CASE...

On Wednesday, 20 May, the Livingstone High Court will hear a ground-breaking case determining whether mandatory testing for HIV and discrimination solely on the basis of HIV status is constitutional in Zambia. The case, Kingaipe and Another v Attorney-General, involves two…

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02 May 2009 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: ANOTHER DIPLOMATIC FIASCO LOOMS...

2 May 2009 It’s hard to imagine that the South African government would risk having the inauguration of incoming president, Jacob Zuma overshadowed by having to arrest President Omar Hassan al Bashir of Sudan, and yet that is a scenario South…

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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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26 Jan 2009 Priti Patel
AGENDA 75 – THE COERCED STERILISATION OF HIV-POSITIVE WOMEN IN NAMIBIA...

Abstract  Forced and coerced sterilisation is synonymous with a paternalistic desire to control women’s reproductive capacity. It is a practice that has always targeted the most marginalised people in society, including mentally ill or disabled persons, racial minorities, poor women,…

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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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