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Granting top officials immunity from prosecution is likely to restrict Western donor support.
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.
Protest participants “aware, angry and hungry”, but formal attempts at consolidate leadership fail to add momentum.
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.
4 Dec 08
Military experts warn riots precursor to mutiny, while pro-government analysts insist they’re simply indiscipline within ranks.
3 Dec 08
Victims say the ICC should focus its energies on investigating government officials.
1 Dec 08
Denying entry to international delegation said to have scuppered chance of securing aid.
1 Dec 08
Northern Ugandan leaders' hopes of securing peace deal raised as rebel leader once more claims he will sign.
27 Nov 08
Country’s political leaders are at loggerheads over constitutional reform required for unity government.
27 Nov 08
Zimbabwe said to be facing another poor grain harvest next year because of severe shortages of seed and fertiliser.
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