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Under cover of Covid, Uganda targets LGBTQ+ shelter

Pandemic rules were used to justify a violent raid on a homeless shelter in Uganda, but a group of victims is pursuing a criminal case against the perpetrators

How eSwatini silences opposition activists

Activists in the Kingdom of eSwatini are routinely arrested on vague and flimsy charges

Trans victory opens the door

A legal ruling in Botswana has set an example for other countries in the region

Ousted leader’s journey from chief to domestic worker

A Lesotho woman's plight has become a constitutional issue after she was stripped of the chieftaincy of her village because she is a woman.

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