Alex Bell begins a series of interviews with the Consortium for Refugees and Migrants in South Africa, which is pressuring the government there to stop the closure of refugee reception offices across the country. CoRMSA spokesperson Gwadamirai Majange talks about their campaign so far, and the impact the closure of the offices is having on refugees.
Archive for November 27th, 2012
SW Radio Africa News Stories for Tuesday 27th November 2012
SW Radio Africa News Headlines Tuesday 27th November 2012
Duane looks at aspects of gender based violence and highlights some areas with pertinent observations and poetry.
Charlie says the MDC leadership is too comfortable, while its supporters continue to be persecuted. Violence, threats, arrests without trial and intimidation are still the order of the day, despite the GNU. Tsvangirai should push for ‘one man one vote’ as happened in the 1980 independence elections, because no change will happen with the current arrangement; while Wilbert says the new COPAC constitution is so weak. ZANU PF is in favour of it and if passed into law Mugabe will still have his way and violence and intimidation will still continue, because no reforms have been achieved since the signing of the GPA.