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Reports from across the country will be compiled in Juba and broadcast on seven radio stations.
Listeners call in to local radio stations after series on women’s rights starts airing.
Recent thaw in relations between Khartoum and South Sudan could be reversed without rapid territorial solution for contested region.
14 Jan 09
Soaring fees and teacher exodus threaten education of Zimbabwe’s children.
14 Jan 09
Analysts say a face-to-face meeting could salvage the stalled power-sharing deal.
13 Jan 09
Despite government denials that economy has been “dollarised”, local currency virtually unacceptable as legal tender.
8 Jan 09
They warn outbreak could get worse, as rainwater washes human excrement into open drains of stricken slums.
22 Dec 08
They say an ICC probe would deter further attacks on the internal refugee camp.
17 Dec 08
Mugabe gazettes constitutional amendment legitimising new authorities, but MDC says they never gave the go-ahead.
15 Dec 08
Rights groups believe ZANU-PF is behind a spate of recent kidnappings.
11 Dec 08
Police criticised over their handling of arrests of local representatives suspected of fraud.
5 Dec 08
Opposition says extension of central banker’s term breaches deal on unity government.
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