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Zim police under spotlight in Concourt case
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Zimbabwe: Security Sector Under Spotlight

Filed under Case Number CCZ 42/15 and titled "Rashid Mahiya versus minister of Justice and Others", the suit seeks to compel government to provide an effective and independent mechanism for receiving and investigating complaints from the public ... AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
Security sector under spotlight Zimbabwe Independent, 3 weeks ago
Financial Gazette

EUTELSAT star awards winner returns from France

Joseph with Eultelsat Chairman and CEO Michel de Rosen JOSEPH Mahiya, winner of the 2014 DStv Eutelsat competition, has returned to Zimbabwe from a trip to France and French Guiana, the principal prize in the event. The purpose of the prize ...
 Financial Gazette1 month ago EUTELSAT COMMUNIC : Star Awards Winner Returns From France  4 Traders1 month ago
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Didn't watch Sunny Deol's 1990 Ghayal? Read this!

Looking back at Sunny Deol's dynamite delivery and dialoguebaazi in Ghayal. 'Aaj hi maroonga usse. Aaj hi.' This is no empty threat. Not when coming from Sunny Deol anyway. And there's nothing Amrish Puri's brutish Balwant Rai, at whom it's directed, can do or say to save himself from Sunny's wrath.  It's a foregone conclusion one eagerly anticipates in Rajkumar Santoshi's critically and commercially acclaimed directorial debut, Ghayal.  Image: Sunny Deol in Ghayal Today, ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Krishnopokkho to premiere later this month

Krishnopokkho, an adaptation of late Humayun Ahmed's novel of the same title is all set to hit cinemas on February 26. The film has been directed by his widow Meher Afroz Shaon. The film stars Mahiya Mahi and Riaz in the lead, while supporting ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 days ago

Political violence healing needs closure as nightmares continue

DAVY NDLOVU says he will never forget the ghastly sight he beheld in 1983 — that of dead bodies piled up in a street — the day his brother was shot nine times along with many other people in his village. MOSES MATENGA This was during the ...
 Zimbabwe Standard6 days ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

EAC holds head high despite losing NCAA men's volley title

Howard Mojica rejoices a point. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net Humble in victory, gracious in defeat. Emilio Aguinaldo College lost the NCAA Men's Volleyball title on Tuesday, but the Generals reminded themselves there's nothing to be ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago

Heal Zimbabwe holds National Peace and reconciliation consultative meeting

Heal Zimbabwe Trust held a National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) Bill consultative meeting with 50 survivors of political violence drawn from 9 provinces in the country. The Trust said the survivors included those of arson, assault, ...
 Bulawayo24 News2 weeks ago Heal Zimbabwe holds NPRC Bill Consultative meeting  The Zimbabwean2 weeks ago
New Zimbabwe.com

Violence Victims Want Tormentors Off Peace Commission

By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Harare, January 21, 2016 Political violence victims in Zimbabwe have vowed to disown any peace and reconciliation process fronted by their alleged tormentors. Zimbabwe has set in motion, a painstaking peace and ...
 Voice Of The People Zimbabwe2 weeks ago Gukurahundi denier VP seen anti-peace  New Zimbabwe.com2 weeks ago Zimbabwe victims of political violence not happy with NPRC Bill  Polity.org.za2 weeks ago Peace bill gives minister too much power  IOL2 weeks ago
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No apology, no reconciliation, Mugabe told

via NewsDay Zimbabwe January 20, 2016 President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF have been challenged to apologise for their roles in political violence if they are sincere about engaging in a peace and reconciliation process. BY MOSES MATENGA ...
 ZimbabweSituation.com2 weeks ago

Zimbabwe Journalist, Political Activists Face Charges of Photographing Protected State Property

HARARE— The trial of a Harare-based journalist and two human rights activists accused of illegally taking pictures at a protected area in Zimbabwe opened in the capital on Tuesday with the accused denying the charges leveled against them. The ...
 VOA News2 weeks ago
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