Archive for March, 2013
Following the referendum on a new constitution for Zimbabwe, the European Union has decided to suspend targeted measures on a further 81 individuals and eight entities. European Union Declaration by the High Representative, Catherine Ashton, on behalf of the European Union with regard to the successful Constitutional referendum in Zimbabwe and the review of EU [...]
BBC Zimbabwe’s new constitution was approved by an overwhelming majority in Saturday’s referendum, the electoral commission has said.
Aides to the Zimbabwean prime minister have been arrested on unknown charges. The news came as vote counting was underway in a constitutional referendum.
Mail and Guardian Malawi police have arrested 11 ex-ministers and senior government officials, including the former president’s brother, for an alleged coup plot. The group are accused of trying to prevent then vice-president Joyce Banda from coming to power last year, after the death of
Zimbabwe Europe Network HARARE, 08 March 2013-We, the undersigned Zimbabwean Civil Society Organizations, condemn the sustained and escalating assault on non-governmental organisations (NGOs) involved in civic education, human rights monitoring, public outreach and service provision by the State.
On Friday 8 March, almost 1,000 members of the Swaziland Rural Women’s Assembly gathered together at the Sithobelweni Inkhundla in Swaziland to celebrate and commemorate International Women’s Day under the theme
Support Dignity! Period this International Women’s Day, providing sanitary towels to Zimbabwean women.
BBC News The case of eight South African police officers charged over last week’s death of a Mozambican man has been postponed until Friday. Mido Macia, 27, died of head injuries and internal bleeding after his arrest in Daveyton, east of Johannesburg.