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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.
10 Apr 08
South African president’s election assessment leaves Zimbabwean opposition fuming.
10 Apr 08
Ruling party could in time rupture because of Mugabe’s insistence on promoting the Zezuru clan over the larger Karanga.
10 Apr 08
Mugabe and Tsvangirai take their election campaigns to an area where tens of thousands of people were killed by the president’s troops.
10 Apr 08
Once-defiant president secretly tries to avert a looming famine.
10 Apr 08
The collapse of medical services coupled with political and economic instability means Zimbabwe is starting to export its health problems.
10 Apr 08
Young voters in an opposition stronghold express a mix of idealism and apathy.
10 Apr 08
Acknowledgement comes after regime long claimed that it had no need for foreign agricultural aid.
10 Apr 08
Latest independent newspaper closure seen as attempt to stifle debate in advance of elections.
10 Apr 08
Correspondent says he and two of his colleagues had no option but to flee the country.
10 Apr 08
Ex-teacher returns to his former school to find hope replaced by fear and suspicion.

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