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· August, 2007

Stories about Zimbabwe from August, 2007

Why a few African nations still support Mugabe

Koudou of Agoravox gives a brief review of the history of Zimbabwe that may explain why some African nations still support the Mugabe regime (fr).

The Global Voices Show #5

[display_podcast] Finally, episode 5 of the Global Voices Show! In this edition we feature excerpts from the following podcasts: Gastronautics – Maldives PodMasti – India J.U.M.P. Radio – Kenya Mideast...

Zimbabwe: Rigging Zimbabwe's 2008 elections

Mugabe has started rigging next year's elections: “Even though they plan to rig the election as usual, they want to give the result a semblance legitimacy by polling the largest...

Zimbabwe: Mugabe blacklists Global Voices Online

The government of Zimbabwe blacklists Global Voices Online: “Evidently, Global Voices is one of the sources of “‘virulent propaganda’ to delegitimise ‘our just struggle against Anglo-Saxons’.” We’re one of 41...

Zimbabwe: commercially insane

The failure of the business community in Zimbabwe to confront Mugabe is “commercially insane”: Business has become the latest target of the Mugabe regime, and yet in the face of...

Zimbabwe: Thousands stranded

Fuel crisis in Zimbabwe deepens: “Thousands of Zimbabwean commuters were on Tuesday stranded throughout the country as fuel shortages reached crisis proportions.”

Zimbabwe: Pol Pot revisited

What has Zimbabwe got to do with Cambodia?: “Zimbabwe suddenly looks like it has been in a war. The shops are empty, there is little traffic and everyone is walking...

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