Monthly Archives: March 2010

Zimbabwean refugees targeted ahead of World Cup

Zimbabweans who fled their country's political and economic crisis are being targeted by a "clean-up" ahead of the football World Cup in South Africa, a report said Wednesday.

Residents demonstrate against MDC -T councillors

Highfield and Glen Norah residents yesterday stormed council district offices, demonstrating against alleged seizure of houses by MDC-T councillors.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases on the increase in Harare

Harare Province recorded an increase in sexually transmitted infections over previous years, the National Aids Council report for 2009 shows.

Zimbabwe urged to allow debate on past human rights violations

Amnesty International today called on Zimbabwe’s Government to end repression of public debate on past and ongoing human rights violations, following the detention of a well known artist for work depicting atrocities committed in the 1980’s.

U.S. hands over laboratory facilities to Zimbabwe

The United States government officially handed over a new, upgraded bio-safety level 2+ laboratory to the Minister of Health, Dr. Henry Madzorera.

Zimbabwe man beaten to death in Pretoria

A Zimbabwean man was beaten to death on Monday, allegedly by three Zimbabwean men who accused him of stealing their belongings in Loate, Pretoria police said.

Zimbabwe women nabbed for robbery in SA

Two Zimbabwean women were arrested after a house robbery in Bramley, Johannesburg, police said on Tuesday.

Zimbabwean killer jailed for life in Britain

A father has been jailed for life with a minimum of 28 years after being found guilty of strangling his children in a bid to punish his estranged wife for looking for new lovers on the internet.

Zimbabwean farmers entitled to seize Mugabe's property in SA

Afriforum says it will help Zimbabwean farmers seize property owned by President Robert Mugabe's government in Cape Town on Tuesday this week.

Bulawayo city councillors say no to biscuit meals

Bulawayo councillors have come under the spotlight for refusing to eat “biscuit meals” during committee meetings.They are demanding that they be fed with meals from fast-food outlets.