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Haru Videos - 3 by Popular

Security concerns hamper Word Cup ticket sales

05/23/12
In June, South Africa will host the football World Cup, one of the world's most watched sporting events.But few tickets have yet been sold ... tags: africaafricanewsaljazeeracupfootballharujazeera

Zimbabwe blocks UN rapporteur visit - 29 Oct 09

05/23/12
A UN human rights investigator has been sent packing from Zimbabwe, after being detained overnight.Manfred Nowak, an Austrian academic who ... tags: harareharumutasarapporteurtorturezimbabwe

South Sudan to become world's newest country

05/23/12
Preliminary results from southern Sudan's referendum show that 99.5 per cent voted for independence from the north. But there has already ... tags: ArmyHaruJazeeraJubaLiberationmiddleeastnewsMutasa

Cutting off poachers through rhino de-horning

05/25/12
Every day two rhinoceros are killed for their horrns by poachers in South Africa.The animal's iconic keratin-based horn is thought to have ... tags: AfricaAfricaNewsAlAlJazeeraHaruJazeeraMpumalanga

Zimbabweans reflect amid recovering economy

05/25/12
Al Jazeera English is marking five years on air this month and looking back at some of the stories we covered on our first day of ... tags: AlaljazeeraHaruJazeeraMutasaZimbabwe

Mozambique gets infrastructure boost from China - 13 Aug 09

05/28/12
China has overtaken the US as Africa's top trading partner, and Beijing's growing economic clout is increasingly visible across the ... tags: aljazeerabuyschinaharumozambiquemutasaseries

Mozambique's de-mining rats - 21 Aug 09

05/28/12
Landmines left behind after conflict are a deadly legacy, causing thousands of casualties every year.In Mozambique, disposal teams risk ... tags: de-miningharuminesmozambiquemutasarats

Charcoal-making threatens Mozambique forests - 22 Aug 09

05/28/12
Bags of charcoal stacked along roadsides across Mozambique are a common sight. Charcoal is popular because it is cheap, easy to transport ... tags: charcoalharujazeeramozambiquemutasa

South Africa's grapples with healthcare woes 12 Sept 09

05/28/12
South Africa spends more on healthcare than any other African country. But over half of that is spent treating HIV/Aids. Overwhelmed and ... tags: africaAidsharuhealthcarejazeeramutasasouth

Tsvangirai announces cabinet boycott - 16 Oct 09

05/28/12
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's prime minister, has announced he will boycott cabinet meetings with the country's coalition government until ... tags: alaljazeerabennettharujazeeramorganmutasa

Tesco 'exploiting' South African workers - 1 Aug 0

05/29/12
The British supermarket chain Tesco is the biggest buyer of fruit from South Africa, contracting about 800 farms and making big profits. ... tags: africaceresharujazeeramutasasouthtesco

Displaced Zimbabweans speak of torture - 28 Oct 09

05/29/12
African mediators are expected in Zimbabwe on Thursday in a bid to break the deadlock in the country's power sharing government.The party ... tags: displacedfarmharujazeeramediatorsmutasaworkers