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Reporter badly hurt in attack by three masked men

Reporters Without Borders is very worried about the safety of journalists in Zimbabwe after last week’s brutal attack on Paul Pindani, a reporter (...)

Published on 21 June 2013 Read


Opposition also threatens media

Reporters Without Borders expresses its grave concern for freedom of information in Zimbabwe and the safety of local journalists after threats (...)

Published on 11 June 2013 Read


Journalists still being harassed as elections loom

The new Zimbabwean constitution that President Robert Mugabe promulgated three days ago guarantees more democracy and freedom of expression, on (...)

Published on 25 May 2013 Read


Wave of harassment of independent journalists

Reporters Without Borders is alarmed by a recent wave of arrests of journalists in Zimbabwe and urges the authorities to stop trying to (...)

Published on 17 October 2012 Read


Detained Media Monitoring Project staff freed on bail

Reporters Without Borders notes that three detained representatives of the Media Monitoring Project of Zimbabwe – advocacy officers Fadzai (...)

Published on 20 December 2011 Read


Former minister sues Daily News over stories quoting WikiLeaks cables

Reporters Without Borders condemns former information minister Jonathan Moyo’s continuing judicial harassment of the Harare-based independent (...)

Published on 16 September 2011 Read


SADC urged to tackle Mugabe about surge in press freedom violations

Reporters Without Borders calls on the heads of state and government attending the Southern African Development Community summit being held in (...)

Published on 12 August 2011 Read


Standard journalists released on bail, investigation continues

Reporters Without Borders has learned that Nevanji Madanhire, the editor of independent weekly The Standard, was released on bail of 100 dollars (...)

Published on 2 July 2011 Read

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