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Zimbabwe - 02 JUN 2006
Parliamentary committee calls for changes to exclusionary broadcasting laws


Zimbabwe - 30 MAY 2006
Government publishes official announcement of controversial bill to legalise interception of communications


Zimbabwe - 16 MAY 2006
"Daily Mirror" legal battle intensifies


Zimbabwe - 09 MAY 2006
Serious threat seen in proposed law on intercepting communications


Zimbabwe - 03 MAY 2006
Botswana TV crew arrested, detained for two days, face possible jail sentence


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ZIMBABWE: DRAFT LAW RAISES FEARS OF E-MAIL MONITORING

The Zimbabwean government has introduced a bill in parliament that aims to give authorities a free hand to wiretap peoples' phone calls and intercept e-mails and letters without any safeguards from the courts, report the Media Institute for Southern Africa (MISA) and Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontiļæ½res, RSF).


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Meldrum's Last Stand Not in Vain

MISA Submission to SADC on Press Freedom in Zimbabwe

TAKE ACTION! ZIMBABWE: PROTEST DRAFT LAW

New Zimbabwean Newspaper Fills Information Gap


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Committee to Protect Journalists
Special Report: Mugabe on a Rampage

Committee to Protect Journalists
Attacks on the Press in 2002: Zimbabwe

Committee to Protect Journalists
Attacks on the Press in 2003: Zimbabwe

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