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By Alex Bell A Russian artist who caused uproar among the ZANU PF loyal security forces over a song that mocks Robert Mugabe, has described fleeing possible arrest last week. Petro Wodkins a Russian artist who caused uproar among the ZANU PF loyal security forces over a song that mocks...

By Staff Reporter LONDON – Activists from the Zimbabwe Vigil have vowed to stage a demonstration against Zimbabwe’s Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi...

By Lance Guma Follow @lanceguma This is how the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) riot squad deal with protestors in the country. These women were...

A pom pom from the Vigil for NoViolet Bulawayo who has been chosen as one of the finalists for the prestigious Man Booker prize for best novel of the...

By Srdja Popovic and Mladen Joksic Revolutions are serious business. But even the most somber of revolutionaries can’t afford outdated tactics. And...

BY SUSANNAH VILA THE CHALLENGE The 2004 presidential elections in Ukraine were marred by election fraud and voter intimidation. How could Ukrainian...

HARARE – Police in the capital, Harare fired shots in the air to disperse human rights activists gathered outside the Home Affairs Ministry on...

Egypt’s army has removed President Mohammed Morsi from power, suspended the constitution and pledged new elections following mass protests. General...

LONDON – After a brief ray of hope from the SADC Summit in Maputo, the week since then has seen prospects of free and fair elections again dimming...

As we gathered outside the Zimbabwe Embassy for yet another wet Vigil the skies suddenly cleared and warm sunshine broke through. We arrived generally...