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  1. Electoral Institute of Southern Africa
    Johannesburg, South Africa
    Results, political parties, registration, issues, background papers, links and more.

  2. Free Roy Bennett Campaign
    Website dedicated to MDC Member of Parliament for Chimanimani Roy Bennett, imprisoned since October 28th 2004 after being sentenced by the Parliament of Zimbabwe to an effective one-year in prison with labour. His ‘crime’ was to push over the Minister of Justice, Patrick Chinamasa, in Parliament after Chinamasa had once again insulted and provoked Roy by calling his forbears "thieves and murderers".

  3. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation
    Rondebosch, South Africa
    IJR is committed to the promotion of democratic co-existence and transitional justice in South Africa, across the African continent, and in other regions where there is an opportunity to heal the divisions of the past. Extensive coverage of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). Contains news, debate and link on issues as: race relations, land, poverty and justice, reparations and prosecution, and reconciliations. Includes the Zimbabwe Monitor. Server very slow.

  4. Movement for Democratic Change
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    MDC, main opposition, led by Morgan Tsvangirai.

  5. Parliament of Zimbabwe
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Documents, Hansard, etc. Not frequently updated

  6. ZANU PF
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    ruling party, led by president Robert G. Mugabe.

  7. Zimbabwe Constitutional Commission
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Government inititiative. With the new constitutional proposals, the old constitution, a newsletter etc. Website closed?

  8. Zimbabwe government online
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Official government website.

  9. Zimbabwe.Indymedia
    Harare, Zimbabwe
    Platform with news, comments and discussion of the radical anti-Mugabe International Socialist Organisation (ISO), and others, at odds with the MDC.

  10. Zimbabwe's controversial Bills
    BBC: short overview of the four Bills (Jan 08, 2002).

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