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All Posts Tagged With: "Zimbabwe"

Underground Zimbabwe: Audio Interview with Filmmaker Robyn Kriel

Native Zimbabwean journalist Robyn Kriel talks about the risks she took reporting from her country in the lead-up to the 2008 presidential election.

Feb 11th, 2009 | Comments

Underground Zimbabwe: Resources

Learn more about Zimbabwe from these additional web resources.

Feb 10th, 2009 | Comments

Buzzwords: Cholera

In the developed world, the closest most of us have come to cholera is either through Oprah-endorsed magical realism or disappointment on the Apple IIe Oregon Trail - "Chelsea has died of cholera."

Jan 23rd, 2009 | Comments

About FOCAL POINT

FOCAL POINT is a new series of web-exclusive documentary shorts on international current affairs produced by Wide Angle, in collaboration with independent producers from around the globe.

Nov 15th, 2008 | Comments

Four Activists Found Dead in Zimbabwe as Violence Mounts

Four opposition activists were found dead on Thursday, according to Zimbabwe's opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change.

Jun 19th, 2008 | Comments

Report Addresses Violence and Abuses of Zimbabwe Government

Thirty-six deaths, 2,000 victims of abuse and torture and 3,000 displaced Zimbaweans have been documented in a 69-page report released Monday by Human Rights Watch (HRW), a New York-based monitoring group.

Jun 10th, 2008 | Comments

Border Jumpers: The World’s Most Complex Borders: Botswana/Zimbabwe




Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: Resources

Links to information on migration in Africa and the history of Botswana and Zimbabwe.

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: Meet the Filmmakers Producers Peter Hutchens and Ryan Hill

Africa has long been saddled with poor, even malevolent, leadership: predatory kleptocrats, military-installed autocrats, economic illiterates, and puffed-up posturers. By far the most egregious examples come from Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Zimbabwe — countries that have been run into the ground despite their abundant natural resources.

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: Introduction

(July 26, 2005) "Border Jumpers" takes us inside the human drama at the Botswana-Zimbabwe border, profiling illegal immigrants threatened with arrest and deportation, and a journalist who reports on growing fears among Botswana's citizens that their 1.7 million people could be overrun by Zimbabwe's troubled 12 million.

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: Strengthening African Leadership

Africa has long been saddled with poor, even malevolent, leadership: predatory kleptocrats, military-installed autocrats, economic illiterates, and puffed-up posturers. By far the most egregious examples come from Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Zimbabwe — countries that have been run into the ground despite their abundant natural resources.

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: Photo Essay: Life in Africa

This photo essay examines aspects of life in nine African countries.

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments

Border Jumpers: Timeline: Southern Africa

Learn more about the historical facts of Botswana, Zimbabwe, and South Africans.

Jul 26th, 2005 | Comments
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