27.9.2019 01:07 pm
Human Rights Watch said on Friday that nearly 2,000 people had been arrested over the past week, in what could be the biggest crackdown since 2013.
Egypt braced Friday for a second weekend of protests, as anger stemming from economic hardship and alleged top-level corruption threatens to eclipse a long-standing ban on street rallies despite an intensifying crackdown.
Harare’s water treatment works, built more than 60 years ago, is subject to regular breakdowns, and loses about 55% of treated water through leakage.
The so-called Islamic State group has recently claimed responsibility for several attacks, but this assertion is doubted by experts.
Mugabe died at a hospital in Singapore earlier this month.
Hammered on its home ground in the Middle East by coalition forces, IS has been looking to broaden its reach.
In a statement on September 18, WHO said it was formally informed by the East African country on September 14 that it had no cases of the virus.
A lawyers says there have been 51 abductions, with people ‘being brutally tortured and then dumped’.
Zimbabweans living in SA can download the app and pay at local grocery outlets, whereafter their families in Zim can collect their groceries in any of five locations.
The FDLR was created by Rwandan Hutu refugees in eastern DRC after the genocide of Tutsis by majority Hutus in Rwanda in 1994.
Air Peace is expected to take off on Wednesday after an overnight delay with an estimated 300 passengers on board.
‘The incident does not represent what we stand for,’ the former minister told the press.
Mugabe Memorial: Family say they weren’t expecting stadium to be ‘this empty’, citizens say work kept them away
While the Zimbabwean government and former president Robert Mugabe’s family had indicated plans to take his remains to Zvimba, his home village following his Saturday funeral, this was ditched on Sunday morning.
Leo Mugabe said the body will spend Monday night in a village area and was expected to be driven back to Harare on Tuesday.
Ilunga is due to be referred to a state prosecutor Monday, according to police.
Clashes between the Popular Front for the Renaissance of the Central African Republic and the Movement of Central African Freedom Fighters for Justice took place in Birao, near the Sudanese border.