28 June 2005
Humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe
Over the past five weeks the Government of Zimbabwe has been responsible for a human tragedy across the country.
30 May 2005
Zambia Copperbelt lacks Corporate Social practices
Socio-economic conditions have deteriorated drastically after the privatisation of the ZCCM State owned mining company in 2000.
24 May 2005
SDCEA & DN publish books on flaring and permitting
The South Durban Community Environmental Alliance (SDCEA) is a partner of NiZA's PPP-programme. Together with the Danish Naturfredningsforening (DN), SDCEA recently published books on flaring and permitting.
17 May 2005
Police pounce on labour body and publication
About 10 armed police officers raided the The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union Offices (ZCTU) and The Worker newspaper at around 10 am, on May 13, looking for unspecified documents.
3 May 2005
Media Alliance of Zimbabwe Statement on World Press Freedom Day
Throughout the democratic world, May 3rd, is known as World Press Freedom Day, as recognized by the United Nations, to celebrate and protect fundamental democratic rights to free expression, including the right to be informed.
20 April 2005
Malawian journalist wins the John Manyarara Investigative Award 2005
The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) has announced that Malawian journalist Hilary Mbobe has won the John Manyarara Investigative Award for 2005.
8 April 2005
Journaliste en danger (JED) receives death threats
NiZA-partner Journaliste en danger (DR Congo) receives death threats, RSF calls on President Kabila to protect press freedom organisation.
4 April 2005
Sign the petition, support Lovemore Madhuku and Lovemore Matombo
Zimbabwean human rights activist Lovemore Madhuku and trade union leader Lovemore Matombo need protection from the International community NOW.
21 March 2005
Lovemore Madhuku arrested
NCA Chairperson Lovemore Madhuku was unable to participate at a talkshow about the elections in Zimbabwe, held in Amsterdam on the 22nd of March. Madhuku was arrested on Sunday 20th of March.
14 March 2005
Blood still stains Angolan diamonds
Murder, torture and arbitrary detention by the authorities have become the norm in the rich diamond fields of Angola's northeast, according to a new report by Angolan human rights activists.
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