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Zimbabwe

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
4 Mar 09
Rights groups say country’s new administration doing little to address widespread hunger.
4 Mar 09
Ambiguous separation of powers between president and primier said to be part of problem.
4 Mar 09
Wave of attacks against ZANU-PF officials puts strain on power-sharing government.
20 Feb 09
Police commissioner reportedly orders criminal cases relating to politically motivated murders to be dropped.
20 Feb 09
Students say it’s not right for her to be studying in Hong Kong while they struggle to get a decent education.
16 Feb 09
Activists say the prosecution of Lubanga is an important step towards the protection of children’s rights.
14 Feb 09
MDC political activists remain behind bars despite new premier’s vow not to take up office until they are released.
11 Feb 09
Cabinet bill expected to be around one million US dollars a month, at time when half country needs food aid to survive.
11 Feb 09
Analysts cast doubt on the government’s rosy predictions of recovery.
11 Feb 09
With astronomic inflation requiring more and more new banknotes, the country’s mint is finding it hard to cope.

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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.