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South Africa

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
11 Apr 08
Benjamin Paradza found himself on trial after issuing one too many judgements against the Mugabe government.
11 Apr 08
Flight into exile of Zimbabwe's young cricket captain shows sport and politics in his country are inexorably intertwined.
11 Apr 08
The MDC appears divided over whether to take part in an election, but the real divide, along ethnic lines, has the potential to tear the party apart.
11 Apr 08
One-third of Zimbabwe’s teachers are infected with HIV, but there is little medical help available for them.
11 Apr 08
Mugabe’s drive to win wealthy and uncritical friends in East Asia does little to rescue the economy.
11 Apr 08
Ethnic allegiances play complex role in battle to succeed Mugabe.
11 Apr 08
Close allies for years, the presidents of Nigerian and Zimbabwe now clash furiously whenever they meet.
11 Apr 08
Assailed on all sides by a collapsing economy and dissenters in his own party ranks, the Zimbabwean leader may have taken one step too far with his all-out campaign to destroy urban homes.
10 Apr 08
While the spotlight has been on the destruction of homes in the cities, people are being displaced all across the country.
10 Apr 08
Government sells its massive demolition programme as regeneration, but many believe it is designed to remove populations from “disloyal” urban constituencies.

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