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· April, 2007

Stories about Zimbabwe from April, 2007

Zimbabwe: Don't come back to Zimbabwe

From Kubatana blog: “I’ve just received a reply to an email I sent to a friend informing them that I had been offered a fellowship to study at the prestigious...

Zimbabwe: police brutality against activists

Police brutality against members of Zimbwabean women's civic movement, WOZA: “By 7pm on Tuesday, all 56 members arrested on Monday at the Kuwadzana ZESA sit-in had been assualted in police...

Venezuela, Zimbabwe: Stock Markets

Miguel Octavio takes a look at what the Venezuelan and Zimbabwean stock markets and inflation rates have in common. Oil Wars, however, writes: “Now, we needn’t focus on the exact...

Zimbabwe: Stock market gains, a peaceful prayer meeting, and economic opportunism

As the poor get poorer, the rich are only going to get richer in Zimbabwe. In this post, Mugabe Makaipa describes how Zimbabwe's stock market has grown 12,000% over last...

Zimbabwe: deport children of government officials

Zimpundit is conflicted about the campaign to encourage western nations to deport children of Zimbabwe's top officials: “An online newspaper, Zimdaily, has apparently launched a campaign to out the children...

Zimbabwe: another Dambudzo Marechera?

Poet Tinashe Mushakavanhu has been compared to Dambudzo Marechera. eshuneutics disagrees: The gaps are more to do with a poet learning a visual syntax whereas the breaks in Marechera are...

Swahili Blogosphere: Blogging against Freedom of Information Bill, African unity, and How many other dictators are out there?

The extraordinary summit of the Southern African Development Community leaders in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania is over, but the debate over the Zimbabwe's government's crackdown on opposition still lingers on....

African Path: Weaving Tales of Africa's Past, Present and Future

African Path is one of the most exciting African citizen media projects. It is an online platform whose content comes from bloggers, readers, artists, and specialists. It also aggregates news...

Zimbabwe: Bloggers invade mainstream media

With the world's eyes focused on events in Zimbabwe, the country's blogosphere has come of age over the last two weeks. Zimbabwe's bloggers have claimed their rightful place among the...

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