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Forced sterilisation is ‘inhuman’

According to the Commission for Gender Equality’s latest report, this practice is a direct attack on HIV-positive women

Unfinished business: We need self-examination to heal from apartheid

Physical and psychological violence will continue unless we self-reflect on our apartheid scars

Boycott of Israeli varsities is counter to academic freedom

‘Open letter’ reveals the Orwellian depths to which the radical anti-Israel lobby is willing to descend in order to stand reality on its head

Bid to block Burundi from European Union trade pact with other East African countries

At risk are other economies in the region and alternatives are being sought to allow trade.

The case of Wang Yu, emblem of China’s human rights crackdown

The detention of Wang Yu was the opening salvo in an unprecedented crackdown on China's human rights lawyers.

Editorial: SA complicit in Swazi rot

It is a scandal that South Africa is doing nothing to rein in Swaziland's King Mswati and his despotic lieutenants.

Lethal force: SA warned on human rights

Human Rights Watch has issued a "warning" to the South African government, that human rights are "taking a turn for the worst" in the country.

Zimbabwean police return pictures to gallery

Zimbabwean police have returned photos of human rights violations under President Robert Mugabe to a gallery they had raided 24 hours earlier.

New modes of terror

Jason Moyo reports on how the Mugabe regime is using abduction as a means of political struggle.

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