Monthly Archives: July 2004

Under Siege: Human rights and the rule of law in Zimbabwe

Monash University Law Chambers, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Lecture Good evening everyone. It’s very heart-warming to see the magnificent turn out for a country which, after all, is located in the forgotten continent and a country that doesn’t have any oil or anything else like that to attract the attention of the international […]

Probe land inspectorate, ministry officials

Sunday Mail UNCOLONISED – With Lowani Ndlovu The fact that over the last three or so months following the last Cabinet reshuffle in March the historic fast-track land reform programme that was started in 2000 has been mired in bureaucratic controversies is reason for great concern among the uncolonised and the time has come to […]

Mugabe forces more whites out of Zimbabwe

The Daily Telegraph 10th July 2004 By Peta Thornycroft in Harare The exodus of whites from Zimbabwe is gathering pace, with most heading for Britain or Australia. Many of those leaving had put up with four years of persecution in the hope that President Robert Mugabe would relent. But last week, when he ordered the […]