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Zimbabwe's Mugabe Clings To Power As His Resignation Deadline Passes
By Joe Brock and MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters
He and his wife Grace would be granted full immunity if he steps down.
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Zimbabwe’s Military Seizes Power And Holds President Mugabe Amid Rumors Of A Coup
By MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters/HuffPost
The military said the 93-year-old president was "safe and sound."
My Trip to Harare
Chairman, DeVos Institute of Arts Management
There is clearly no lack of creativity or interest in the arts community of Harare and the other provinces of Zimbabwe, simply a lack of resources.
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Curtis M. Wong
1,000 Words About Zimbabwe
Most jobs in Zimbabwe have been informalized resulting in a very large informal sector. These informal sector workers, often the most exploited and the most ignored, decided to form a union.
We Remain United: In Zimbabwe's Labor Movement, a Voice for Human Rights and Democracy
Wellington Chibebe, the secretary general of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, works tirelessly to bring attention to Zimbabwe's economic and human rights realities and to pressure the government to reform its ways.
A Week in Mugabe's Zimbabwe
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Rabbi Shmuley, "America's Rabbi," is the international best-se...
Visiting Zimbabwe can be a heart-wrenching experience. It is a beautiful land of warm and soft-spoken people. But hovering over the landscape at all times is the specter of extreme poverty and political oppression.
Pigs Don't Fly:
Life in a Time of Cholera: Crisis in Zimbabwe
Arlene M. Roberts
Attorney and policy analyst
When does denial of health care amount to a human rights violation? Zimbabwe is facing a humanitarian crisis. The cause of the crisis is a political one.
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Bloomin' Gorgeous! It's Jacaranda Season in Africa
AFKTravel offers advice, information, reviews and bookings for...
Japan has cherry blossoms, Holland has fields of tulips, and Africa has its famous jacarandas. They erupt in vivid purple flowers in October and November, the southern hemisphere's spring. That means right about now, the streets are awash in a gorgeous carpet of violet.
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