Denel, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar: What we know
Denel might well be bought out by Saudi Arabia. But before that happens there is a lot of paperwork and moral questioning that must occur. ADR’s Darren Olivier points that, although we’re now at this unsavoury choice between sacrificing human rights or thousands of skilled jobs, Qatar may have had a plan B option all along.
Zimbabwean Presidential Guard identified at Harare election shootings
When violence broke out in the streets of Harare in August, 2018, ADR’s Thomas Holder was on the scene. In one of his photos, the key to identifying just which unit was involved in the killing of three Zimbabweans is revealed. ADR’s John Stupart explains.
Army moves in on Zimbabwe election protestors
On Wednesday, 1 August 2018, Zimbabwean protestors took to the streets of Harare. The country’s controversial elections – the first since the ousting of dictator Robert Mugabe – had indicated that the ruling party, ZANU-PF, would retain power. Pro-opposition members of the public took to Harare’s streets in protest. The Zimbabwean military reacted with lethal force, deploying armoured cars and troops to the streets. ADR’s Thomas Holder was on the ground in Harare.
Attack on President Mnangagwa likely by a hand grenade
CONWAY WADDINGTON analyses the available footage of the attack.