SW Radio Africa News Stories for Tuesday 4th December 2012
Archive for December 4th, 2012
SW Radio Africa News Headlines Tuesday 4th December 2012
Alex Bell looks at concerns raised by Zimbabweans in the UK about the treatment of deportees by the UK Border Agency. Activist Ephraim Tapa explains how deportees have recently told him that they were threatened with sedation to prevent them “kicking up a fuss during deportation.” Sarah Harland from the Zimbabwe Association says there is a lot of fear among asylum seekers, particularly as there has been a notable increase in the number of detentions recently.
Duane lends support to concerns expressed by Trudy Stevenson, the Zimbabwe Ambassador to Senegal, relating to violence against women.
Thebe says the forced resignation of Rahman Gumbo as the national football coach shows there is too much political interference, corruption and match fixing, from people who know nothing about football. The system needs serious cleaning, just like the country; ZANU PF supporter Mukanya says MDC supporters are boycotting presidential seeds and fertilisers given by the ”peace loving and caring Mugabe” in Masvingo, therefore they deserve to starve and he has no sympathy for them.