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Finding a way through the Zim deluge by Brian Raftopolous (SALO Board Member)

The euphoria that marked the end of Robert Mugabe’s stay in power in the November 2017 coup quickly dissipated in...
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Finding a way through the Zim deluge by Brian Raftopolous (SALO Board Member)

S. Africa bars refugees from politics

Source: https://www.herald.co.zw/s-africa-bars-refugees-from-politics/ JOHANNESBURG/KIGALI. – Rwanda on Wednesday hailed South Africa for enacting a law that bars refugees and asylum seekers from...
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S. Africa bars refugees from politics

News Briefs 10 January 2020

Democratic Republic of Congo More than 200 militiamen surrender in east More than 200 militiamen have surrendered since Jan. 3...
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News Briefs 10 January 2020

News Briefs 06 December 2019

Zimbabwe Babies Born on Floor as Zimbabwe's Health System Totters The floor is dusty, the walls filthy and the furniture...
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News Briefs 06 December 2019

Business Breakfast meeting – 4 December 2019

ICRC together with the Southern African Liaison Office co-hosted a Business Breakfast meeting that brought together women in the peace...
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Business Breakfast meeting – 4 December 2019

The role of civil society in advancing human security, Opinionista, Daily Maverick, by Naledi Pandor, 27 November 2019

Many researchers and social commentators have increasingly asserted the significant role that civil society organisations can play in addressing human...
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The role of civil society in advancing human security, Opinionista, Daily Maverick, by Naledi Pandor, 27 November 2019

News Briefs 29 November 2019

Zimbabwe Zimbabwe facing 'man-made' starvation, UN expert warns Zimbabwe is facing "man-made" starvation with 60% of the people failing to...
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News Briefs 29 November 2019

Rethinking the Past and Future of Land Reform

By: Tembeka Ngcukaitobi Land distribution is vital to address the injustices of colonialism and apartheid, but we need a transformative...
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Rethinking the Past and Future of Land Reform

News Briefs 22 November 2019

Swaziland Move to Call Textile Workers' Pay Strike in Swaziland As Firms Give Gifts to King A trade union representing...
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News Briefs 22 November 2019

Zimbabwe police use force to disperse opposition crowd

Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/11/zimbabwe-police-force-disperse-opposition-crowd-191120111813030.html Riot police in Zimbabwe's capital have forcefully dispersed supporters of the main opposition party who had gathered to...
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Zimbabwe police use force to disperse opposition crowd

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