1. Booker prize-longlisted author Tsitsi Dangarembga arrested in Zimbabwe  The Guardian
  2. Zimbabwe security forces clear streets ahead of planned protests  Al Jazeera English
  3. Tsitsi Dangarembga - Booker Prize nominee arrested in Zimbabwe  BBC News
  4. Zimbabwe Locks Down Capital, Thwarting Planned Protests  The New York Times
  5. Zimbabwe author held as streets empty on day of planned protests  Al Jazeera English
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Booker prize-longlisted author Tsitsi Dangarembga arrested in Zimbabwe | Fiction | The GuardianAuthor of This Mournable Body detained as part of sweeping crackdown by security agencies

Booker prize-longlisted author Tsitsi Dangarembga arrested in Zimbabwe | Fiction | The Guardian

Tsitsi Dangarembga was detained as she took part in a protest against alleged government corruption.Tsitsi Dangarembga was detained as she took part in a protest against alleged government corruption.

Tsitsi Dangarembga - Booker Prize nominee arrested in Zimbabwe - BBC News

Award-winning novelist was arrested while taking part in banned anti-corruption protests.Award-winning novelist was arrested while taking part in banned anti-corruption protests.

Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga released on bail | News | Al Jazeera

Businesses were shut and streets deserted in Zimbabwe's two main cities on Friday as security forces patrolled to prevent anti-government protests called by activists over corruption and economic hardship.Businesses were shut and streets deserted in Zimbabwe's two main cities on Friday as security forces patrolled to prevent anti-government protests called by activists over corruption and economic hardship.

Zimbabwe businesses closed, streets deserted on day of protests - Reuters

Opposition MDC Alliance national spokesperson ,Advocate Fadzai Mahere has been arrested for peacefully demonstrating against corruption. Details of her arres

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HARARE - Zimbabwean top writer and Booker Prize nominee, Tsitsi Dangarembga was freed on bail on Saturday following her arrest during anti-government protests a day earlier.HARARE - Zimbabwean top writer and Booker Prize nominee, Tsitsi Dangarembga was freed on bail on Saturday following her arrest during anti-government protests a day earlier.

Arrested Zimbabwean author, Booker nominee Tsitsi Dangarembga freed

Security forces head off anti-government protests in Zimbabwe

Security forces head off anti-government protests in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's President Mnangagwa is cleaning up the legacy of his predecessor Mugabe: The state is compensating white farmers who were evicted during the great land reform of the 2000s. But many problems remain unsolved.Zimbabwe's President Mnangagwa is cleaning up the legacy of his predecessor Mugabe: The state is compensating white farmers who were evicted during the great land reform of the 2000s. But many problems remain unsolved.

Zimbabwe compensates white farmers with billions | Africa | DW | 31.07.2020

The 61-year-old author was taken into a police lorry along with another protester while carrying placards as the government warned that participation in the demonstration is to be regarded as insurrectionThe 61-year-old author was taken into a police lorry along with another protester while carrying placards as the government warned that participation in the demonstration is to be regarded as insurrection

Booker Prize nominee Tsitsi Dangarembga arrested during anti-government protest | Books and Literature News,The Indian Express

Zimbabwean author freed after night in jail for protestZimbabwean author freed after night in jail for protest

Zimbabwean author freed after night in jail for protest | Taiwan News

Award-winning Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga was arrested during anti-government protests on Friday, an AFP photographer saw. Dangarembga, 61, was bundled into a police truck while protesting on a road in Harare's upmarket suburb of Borrowdale alongside another protester, carrying placardsAward-winning Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga was arrested during anti-government protests on Friday, an AFP photographer saw. Dangarembga, 61, was bundled into a police truck while protesting on a road in Harare's upmarket suburb of Borrowdale alongside another protester, carrying placards

Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga arrested during protest

The Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga has been arrested in Harare. It comes as police and armed soldiers enforce an aggressive strategy ahead of scheduled anti-corruption demonstrations, the Guardian has reported.

Booker-longlisted author Tsitsi Dangarembga arrested in Zimbabwe | The Bookseller

Despite calls for a city-wide shutdown, Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Friday saw isolated protests against corruption amid a heavy police presence.Despite calls for a city-wide shutdown, Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Friday saw isolated protests against corruption amid a heavy police presence.

Harare streets nearly deserted as police crack down on calls for shutdown | Fin24

NewZimbabwe.com – The Zimbabwe News You Trust is Zimbabwe’s leading online newspaper and published by New Zimbabwe Media Ltd. The platform brings you the latest breaking News, Business, Showbiz, Sports, Diaspora and gives you everything you’ve come to expect and love.Spread This NewsBy Costa Nkomo MDC national spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere, world-acclaimed author and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga and five other political activists were granted a $5 000 bail each by a Harare magistrate for participating in Friday’s #31July anti-corruption protest. They appeared before Magistrate Ngoni Nduna. The seven were facing two charges of participating in a

#31July Protesters Fadzayi Mahere, Tsitsi Dangarembga Granted Bail - NewZimbabwe.com

The worldwide association of writers under the banner PEN centres, from several African countries, has called for the immediate release of Zimbabwean author and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga. Dangarembga, the author of Nervous Conditions, was arrested in Harare on Friday while she participated in a peaceful demonstration against corruption and economic mismanagement by Zimbabwean authorities. In […]

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Scores of people were arrested Friday in Zimbabwe as hundreds of military troops as well as police attempted to thwart an anti-government protest, with streets empty and many people hiding indoors.Scores of people were arrested Friday in Zimbabwe as hundreds of military troops as well as police attempted to thwart an anti-government protest, with streets empty and many people hiding indoors.

Scores of anti-government protesters arrested in Zimbabwe

A plan by Zimbabwe’s government to end years of acrimony with a $3.5 billion compensation deal for land seizures has been rejected as “a dead duck” by the most prominent white farmer, who said that heA plan by Zimbabwe’s government to end years of acrimony with a $3.5 billion compensation deal for land seizures has been rejected as “a dead duck” by the most prominent white farmer, who said that he

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Award-winning Zimbabwean novelist, filmmaker, Gender and cultural activist Tsitsi Dangarembga has tweeted that she has been arrested in the capital, Harare.Arre...Award-winning Zimbabwean novelist, filmmaker, Gender and cultural activist Tsitsi Dangarembga has tweeted that she has been arrested in the capital, Harare.Arre...

Tsitsi Dangarembga 'arrested' - Bulawayo24 News

Rest of World News: Police and soldiers mounted checkpoints on empty streets in Harare on Friday after the Zimbabwean authorities warned of a crackdown on the eve of planRest of World News: Police and soldiers mounted checkpoints on empty streets in Harare on Friday after the Zimbabwean authorities warned of a crackdown on the eve of plan

Zimbabwe streets deserted after anti-govt protests are banned - Times of India

ZIMBABWE will not be lectured by misinformed and misguided regional parties such as the South African Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on anything as the country...ZIMBABWE will not be lectured by misinformed and misguided regional parties such as the South African Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on anything as the country...

Mnangagwa's govt tells off Malema - Bulawayo24 News

The normally busy Zimbabwean capital looked almost empty on Friday, with many hiding indoors. The police and military troops patrolled the streets of Harare after an anti-government protest was banned. Demonstrators originally planned to protest corruption but instead asked for the resignation of the ruling political party. Tensions are on the rise in Zimbabwe. InflationRead More

Zimbabwe: Protesters arrested at banned anti-government march

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has staved off national demonstrations that could potentially have loosened a few screws anchoring his faltering rule as there were no reported acts of any significant public dissent in almost all the country' urban areas by mid-day Friday.President Emmerson Mnangagwa has staved off national demonstrations that could potentially have loosened a few screws anchoring his faltering rule as there were no reported acts of any significant public dissent in almost all the country' urban areas by mid-day Friday.

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Staves Off Threat to His Rule As National Protest Flops - allAfrica.com

South African opposition party, Economic Freedom Fighters, have accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of undermining the war of liberation that was waged by Zimb...South African opposition party, Economic Freedom Fighters, have accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of undermining the war of liberation that was waged by Zimb...

'Mnangagwa urinates on the graves of Zimbabwe's heroes' Malema says - Bulawayo24 News

Three years after the fall of the strongman Robert Mugabe, the country is in free fall and his successor is clamping down by arresting opposition activists — including an author just nominated for the Booker Prize.Three years after the fall of the strongman Robert Mugabe, the country is in free fall and his successor is clamping down by arresting opposition activists — including an author just nominated for the Booker Prize.

Protests are currently banned by coronavirus lockdown rules, to limit the spread of Covid-19, so with demonstrations planned for today the President's security services were out in force.Protests are currently banned by coronavirus lockdown rules, to limit the spread of Covid-19, so with demonstrations planned for today the President's security services were out in force.

Soldiers deployed in Zimbabwe as unrest continues amid growing food crisis | ITV News

The EFF has some harsh words for Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa over the recently-signed compensation agreement.The EFF has some harsh words for Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa over the recently-signed compensation agreement.

EFF slams Zimbabwe’s ‘treasonous’ decision to compensate white farmers

Award-winning Zimbabwean novelist Dangarembga was arrested during anti-government protests on Friday, an AFP photographer saw.Award-winning Zimbabwean novelist Dangarembga was arrested during anti-government protests on Friday, an AFP photographer saw.

Arrested Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga freed on bail: AFP

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the protests are meant to topple his government. President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the protests are meant to topple his government.

Zimbabwe police seal off major cities ahead of anti-government protests - Daily Nation

Police crisscrossed the central business district on Thursday, using loudhailers to order people to stop whatever they were doing and go home.Police crisscrossed the central business district on Thursday, using loudhailers to order people to stop whatever they were doing and go home.

Zimbabwe clears streets, bans anti-government protests | eNCA

Mass anti-corruption protests were planned for Friday. Security forces were widely deployed.Mass anti-corruption protests were planned for Friday. Security forces were widely deployed.

Zimbabwe showdown pits anti-corruption protesters against the authorities - The Washington Post

MEMBERS of the Zimbabwe National Army and the police yesterday shut down the central business districts (CBDs) of major cities and towns, kicking out civilians ...MEMBERS of the Zimbabwe National Army and the police yesterday shut down the central business districts (CBDs) of major cities and towns, kicking out civilians ...

Protests: Army takes charge - Bulawayo24 News

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The regime has already been shaken to the core. We have disrupted their comfort zones’The regime has already been shaken to the core. We have disrupted their comfort zones’

UK urges restraint as security forces clear streets on eve of planned protests

SECURITY forces cleared people off streets in central Harare yesterday and forced shops to close, a day before planned anti-corruption demonstrations.The demons...SECURITY forces cleared people off streets in central Harare yesterday and forced shops to close, a day before planned anti-corruption demonstrations.The demons...

Security forces clear city centre ahead of planned protests - Bulawayo24 News

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Zimbabwe will pay $3.5 billion to white farmers displaced during a violent land redistribution program started two decades ago.Zimbabwe will pay $3.5 billion to white farmers displaced during a violent land redistribution program started two decades ago.

Zimbabwe Agrees to Pay White Farmers $3.5 Billion (It Doesn't Have) for Land Grabs

Assuming these legal aspects are able to be sorted out, what about the amount being agreed? Under international law it is unquestionably a very poor deal. Heinrich Von Pezold did a full claim under international law due to a bilateral investment treaty and was awarded a sum of close to 200 million US dollars. Admittedly he was a large Investor, but if the same criteria of international law were used for the rest of the farmers, the bill would be at least 5 times the current amount - and probably considerably more.

OPINION: Inside Zimbabwe's $3.5 bn deal for farmers- Ben Freeth - CNBC Africa

The aim of it first international bond is to settle a two-decade dispute over the seizure of white-owned commercial farmsThe aim of it first international bond is to settle a two-decade dispute over the seizure of white-owned commercial farms

Zimbabwe eager for bond sale but investor sentiment is poor

Zimbabwe's government signed a $3.5 billion agreement Wednesday to compensate white farmers displaced during a sometimes-violent land redistribution program two decades ago.  The government hopes the deal will attract foreign investment to improve the battered economy, but the country will have to issue long-term bonds and get help from donors to raise the money for the compensation. Andrew Pascoe, the president of the Commercial Farmers Union of Zimbabwe, said the agreement he signed with President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the State House will bring relief to members who were driven off theirZimbabwe's government signed a $3.5 billion agreement Wednesday to compensate white farmers displaced during a sometimes-violent land redistribution program two decades ago.  The government hopes the deal will attract foreign investment to improve the battered economy, but the country will have to issue long-term bonds and get help from donors to raise the money for the compensation. Andrew Pascoe, the president of the Commercial Farmers Union of Zimbabwe, said the agreement he signed with President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the State House will bring relief to members who were driven off their

Zimbabwe Signs $3.5B Compensation Deal With White Farmers | Voice of America - English

Government of Zimbabwe signed an agreement with the body that represents the interests of white farmers for a compensation package of $3.5 billionGovernment of Zimbabwe signed an agreement with the body that represents the interests of white farmers for a compensation package of $3.5 billion

Zimbabwe agrees to pay $3.5bn to white farmers but why? - Face2Face Africa

Zimbabwe agreed on Wednesday to pay $3.5 billion in compensation to white farmers whose land was expropriated by the government to resettle black families, moving a step closer to resolving one the most divisive policies of the Robert Mugabe era. But the southern African nation does not have the

Zimbabwe agrees to pay $3.5 billion compensation to white farmers | CGTN Africa