Zimbabwe government continues NGO harassment

From Kubatana Zimbabwe Blog Tue Jan 15 2013, 01:37:29

Zimbabwe government continues harassment of NGOs. The new year hasn't brought a new attitude to the Zimbabwe government about human rights and freedom of expression, if the recent harassment of ZimRights is anything to go by. Read this statement from Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR): Police charge Machisa with publishing falsehoods as government steps [...]

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