27.8.2019 07:18 pm
‘Europeans have consumed all their animals, but they want to set rules for us who have managed to conserve theirs,’ the Zimbabwe president said.
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa has lambasted the regulator of global wildlife trade CITES over the continued ban in international ivory trade.
‘This is like Rhodesia. This is primitive,’ Mbuso Fuzwayo of the rights pressure group Ibhetshu Likazulu said.
‘Government monitors social media. I am scared if I make negative comments, I would get blacklisted and not get my passport,’ an activist said.
Police beat ‘an old woman’, a protesters said, as MDC leader Nelson Chamisa declares the current regime worse than the previous one.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said it was ‘rapidly deploying an expert team’ to the area.
‘Mugabe had become a toddler when it comes to the kind of brutality that we are seeing,’ MDC leader Nelson Chamisa said.
Renamo members have allegedly been beaten and their houses and other properties torched in the provinces of Tete, Zambezia, Inhambane and Gaza.
Police cornered a group of protesters and beat them with batons, with one woman carried into a Red Cross ambulance.
‘Six people so far were abducted by suspected state agents… and they have been severely tortured and left for dead,’ said a statement.
In many cases, those with albinism are targeted for their body parts to be used in witchcraft.
Together with music, these murals had become a symbol of the popular nature of an uprising led by young activists.
The wife of Gerco van Deventer said that his family needs him, and are pleading with captors to release him.
The explosion took place Saturday morning near the town of Morogoro, some 200 kilometres west of Dar es Salaam.
Since the beginning of the year, at least 190 people have died in boat accidents in the DRC, according to an AFP count.