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President Zuma Condemns Libya Slave Trade

South African President Jacob Zuma, has urged leaders to stand up against inhumane treatment of fellow Africans in Libya. ''We cannot stand idle without condemning...

Dozens of Men Executed in Libya – HRW

(Geneva) – Armed groups loyal to Libyan National Army forces (LNA) appear to have summarily executed dozens of men in the LNA-controlled town of al-Abyar, Human...

EU Africa Summit Urged to Tackle Libya Slave Auctions

Shocking footage of a slave auction of migrants in Libya released by CNN must serve as a wake-up call to European and African leaders...

Egyptian Journalist Ismail al-Iskandrani Languishes in Jail Without Trial

The Egyptian authorities should immediately and unconditionally release a journalist and prisoner of conscience who, as of today, has spent two full years in...

Cyber Security: Zimbabwe Police Arrest U.S Citizen Over Mugabe Tweet

The Zimbabwe police on Friday 03 November 2017 arrested an American citizen and confiscated her laptop after claiming that she undermined authority of or...

Zimbabwean Journalists Confront Govt Over Media Reforms

The Media Institute of Southern Africa Zimbabwe Chapter (MISA Zimbabwe), by copy of this letter, humbly seeks to draw your respected attention to our concerns...

Peace Deal to Stop Xenophobic Attacks on Zimbabweans, African Immigrants

Pretoria - South Africa’s Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) will announce the outcome of its mediation efforts between the African Diaspora Forum (ADF) and Johannesburg...

Tanzania Petitioned Over Arrest of Lawyers, Activists

We call on the Government of Tanzania to Respect, Promote and Protect Legal Practitioners and Human Rights Defenders From All Forms Of Threats, Harassment...

Tanzania Police Arrest S.A Rights Lawyer On Homosexuality Charges

Dar-es-Salaam - Tanzanian police have arrested South African human rights lawyer Sibongile Ndashe along with twelve other colleagues on charges of “promoting homosexuality”. They are currently...

Tanzania Homosexuals Face Severe Punishment

THE Imams Association of Zanzibar is pushing for severe punishment for homosexuals in the crackdown on ‘immorality to save children from engaging in the...
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