Democracy Ideas: Charles Mangongera, "Zimbabwe: The Military vs. Democracy"
Fifa President Sepp Blatter gets into the swing of the World Cup at the Fifa Congress in Sao Paulo in Brazil.Despite European calls for him to step down as Fifa President and not stand for re-election next year, Sepp Blatter appeared to be dancing his troubles away last night.
Allan Pande response to Miss Zim UK fracas (Part 2)
Allan Pande response to Miss Zim UK fracas (Part 1)
This shocking video shows a toddler in China puffing on a cigarette as passers-by laugh. The child, estimated to be aged between two and three, sits at a roadside table lapping up the attention. At one point the child begins to cough, but the onlookers - some of who filmed the scene - find it hilarious.
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It's just gone a year since Zimbabwe signed a new constitution into law. The charter for the first time enshrines the bill of rights offering greater protection to citizens and more state accountability. But a year on, what has changed? Amnesty International says the government continues to use unconstitutional laws to repress people exercising their rights in Zimbabwe.