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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
Gideon Gono’s initial popularity has waned as the country’s economy continues its record decline.
11 Apr 08
Meat waste from abattoirs and commercial dog food are now a major source of protein for an impoverished population.
11 Apr 08
Local groups calling for regime change, and willing to back any party with a strategy for removing Mugabe from power.
11 Apr 08
Bid to introduce liberal media regulation resisted by powerful figures in government.
11 Apr 08
An IWPR contributor gets caught up in the exodus of would-be refugees, many of whom are detained in harsh conditions in South Africa and then sent home.
11 Apr 08
Simba Makoni emerges as the latest favourite in tough race to succeed Mugabe.
11 Apr 08
Dogged by cash problems, the national electricity company is forced to impose power cuts on its unhappy customers.
11 Apr 08
Employers can do little to keep skilled personnel when salaries constantly lag behind astronomic inflation rate.
11 Apr 08
For most Zimbabweans, leader’s new home is proof that government profligacy starts with the presidency.
11 Apr 08
Malnutrition, disease and overcrowding await those doing time in the country’s failing penal system.

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Moslawi traditional band playing music from the 19th century. (Photo: IWPR)
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Hugely popular event highlights city’s rehabilitation and recovery.