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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.
25 Mar 09
New regulations aim to reverse the exodus of much needed public servants.
19 Mar 09
Mugabe vows to press ahead with land grabs, despite Tsvangirai’s call for them to cease.
17 Mar 09
Some of president’s allies said to be turning against him since he was indicted.
16 Mar 09
But relatives of rebel commander’s alleged victims say army shouldn’t have spared his life.
13 Mar 09
There are indications fund may resume relations with Zimbabwe and help arrest economic decline.
11 Mar 09
Former abductees tell of beatings, looting and their hazardous flight to freedom.
11 Mar 09
Falling food prices have brought measure of relief to struggling Zimbabweans.
5 Mar 09
South Sudan militias repel deadly attacks by rampaging Ugandan rebels.
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