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Racist laws and policies and the breakdown of the rule of law have brought Zimbabweans to appalling hunger and poverty, resulting in the migration of a quarter of the population – the UN must investigate

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Attached Zim govt property

Attached Zim govt property

The residence located at 28 Salisbury Road in Kenilworth, Cape Town, which previously belonged to the Zimbabwean government, was registered in the name of its new owner, a private property investor from Cape Town, on Friday after the property was sold at a public auction for R3,7 million on 21 September last year.

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Zim torture victims to challenge court appeal

Zim torture victims to challenge court appeal

ZIMBABWEAN Exiles Forum (ZEF) chairperson Gabriel Shumba has said his association will challenge the appeal by the South African Police Service (Saps) at the Constitutional Court to set aside an appeal order seeking to compel Saps to investigate alleged crimes against humanity in Zimbabwe.

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Police appeal against order to investigate Zimbabwe crimes

Police appeal against order to investigate Zimbabwe crimes

THE South African Police Service has asked the Constitutional Court to set aside a Supreme Court of Appeal order that international and domestic legislation compelled it to investigate alleged crimes against humanity in Zimbabwe.

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SA accused of 'abusing' courts after fresh torture case appeal

SA accused of 'abusing' courts after fresh torture case appeal

The South African authorities have been accused of abusing the country’s court processes, after filing another appeal against a landmark order to probe crimes against humanity committed in Zimbabwe.

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Zim crimes against humanity case submitted to the SA Police [summary]

Zim crimes against humanity case submitted to the SA Police [summary]

Crimes against humanity perpetrated in Zimbabwe under President Mugabe have been documented consistently since the Gukurahundi massacres of 1983-1987 and in the wake of the violent State-sponsored farm invasions which began in 2000. To date none of the perpetrators has been brought before a court of law, either in Zimbabwe or elsewhere, but this situation is about to change.

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Zimbabwe: Crimes against humanity case submitted to South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority and the SA Police

Zimbabwe: Crimes against humanity case submitted to South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority and the SA Police

Crimes against humanity perpetrated in Zimbabwe under President Mugabe have been documented consistently by authoritative human rights organisations since the Gukurahundi massacres of 1983-1987 and during the farm invasions, but to date none of the perpetrators has been brought before a court of law, either in Zimbabwe or elsewhere. This situation is about to change.

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South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal Hears Zimbabwe Torture Case

South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal Hears Zimbabwe Torture Case

Johannesburg – On Friday 1st November, a full bench of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) heard oral argument in the case brought by the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) and the Zimbabwean Exiles Forum (ZEF) to compel South Africa to abide by its domestic and international legal obligations to investigate and prosecute high level Zimbabwean officials accused of crimes against humanity.

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SCA judgment reserved in Zim torture case

SCA judgment reserved in Zim torture case

Judgment was reserved by the Supreme Court of Appeal on Friday in the appeal hearing on South Africa’s obligation under international law to probe alleged atrocities by officials in Zimbabwe.

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SA fights to overturn landmark order to probe Zim torture

SA fights to overturn landmark order to probe Zim torture

South Africa’s prosecuting authorities are fighting to overturn a landmark legal ruling made last year, which compelled them to investigate torture and crimes against humanity committed by Zimbabwean officials.

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