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20 June – Refugee Day

On 4 December 2000, the United Nations (together with 100 other countries) decided to dedicate 20 June of every year...
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20 June – Refugee Day

SALO Zimbabwe Civil Society Briefing – 17 June 2022

The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) held a civil society briefing to discuss the recent developments in Zimbabwe, particularly in...
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SALO Zimbabwe Civil Society Briefing – 17 June 2022

News Briefs 17 June 2022

Southern Africa Focus Zimbabwe In Zimbabwe, reporter’s conviction sparks fears of renewed abuse For the first time in more than...
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News Briefs 17 June 2022

COVID19 Regional Updates 17 June 2022

General WTO agrees partial patent waiver for Covid-19 vaccines Source: https://www.ft.com/content/9cfa15b6-dab8-4cc6-9ab4-c192c6ad0e0b Saudi Arabia bans flights to India and 15 other...
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COVID19 Regional Updates 17 June 2022

Youth Day – 16 June 2022

SALO remembers and celebrates Youth Day. On 16 June 1976 more than 20 000 pupils from Soweto protested the Bantu...
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Youth Day – 16 June 2022

SALO Public Multi-stakeholder Dialogue: Mozambique – 10 June 2022

The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) hosted a public multi-stakeholder dialogue on the status and development of the ongoing conflict...
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SALO Public Multi-stakeholder Dialogue: Mozambique – 10 June 2022

News Briefs 3 June 2022

Southern Africa Focus Zimbabwe Trouble Ahead in Zimbabwe Conditions for the people of Zimbabwe continue to go from bad to...
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News Briefs 3 June 2022

International Pride Month

The LGBTIAQ+ community and allies observe international Pride Month to celebrate identities and accomplishments and reflect on the struggle for...
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International Pride Month

Dialogue Online – Mozambican Brief 3 | by Athenkosi Thoba, SALO | May 2022

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Dialogue Online – Mozambican Brief 3 | by Athenkosi Thoba, SALO | May 2022

News Briefs 27 May 2022

Southern Africa Focus Zimbabwe Courage, charisma not enough to defeat Zanu-PF in Zimbabwe’s 2023 elections With 14 months to go...
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News Briefs 27 May 2022

The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) is a South African-based not-for-profit civil society organisation which, through advocacy, dialogue, policy consensus and in-depth research and analysis, influences the current thinking and debates on foreign policy especially regarding African crises and conflicts.