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Mandela as young attorney in his office at Tambo & Mandela, 1952 to 1956.

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Mandela and his second wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, and their daughter Zinzi. Married 1958 to 1996.

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Mandela working in the prison garden..............

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.....................and doing his sewing during his 18 years on Robben Island. 1964 to 1982

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Mandela and Walter Sisulu on Robben Island, late 1964

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Nelson Mandela released on 11 February 1990 after spending 27 years in prison.

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Mandela being greeted by Winnie and Walter Sisulu after his release from prison in 1990.

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Mandela and FW de Klerk receiving the Nobel Peace Prize jointly in 1993.

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Mandela being sworn in as president on 10 May 1994.

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Mandela casting his vote in the first democratic elections in 1994

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Mandela congratulating Francois Pienaar at the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

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Mandela and his wife, Graca Machel, married on his 80th birthday in 1998.

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Mandela with Thabo Mbeki who succeeded him as president in 1999. Photo taken at Tuynhuis after Mandela's last address to parliament on 5 February 1999.

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Monday, 20 August 2007

LIST OF SO-CALLED "HOSTILE" WEBSITES!


LONDON -- TalkZimbabwe exclusively publishes a leaked list of news websites that are under surveillance from the Zimbabwean government and which are possible targets of government censorship because of their 'virulent propaganda' aimed at 'delegitimising the struggle against Anglo-Saxons'.

A fortnight ago the Zanu PF government of President Robert Mugabe signed into law the Interception of Communications Act, which in principle allows the government to spy on the private communications of ordinary citizens.

The comprehensive array of websites contained in a document leaked to us yesterday from the Zanu PF headquarters (HQ) in Harare, includes news publishers accussed of "promoting a negative image of Zimbabwe and its people."

Our source, based at the Zanu PF HQ reveals that the Zanu PF secretary for Science and Technology, Olivia Muchena was instrumental in blacklisting these online publications, accusing them of peddling reports aimed at demonising the ruling Zanu PF party.

The websites are listed under three categories, viz hostile websites, websites under constant monitoring, and hostile blogs.

"Hostile websites have been BLACKLISTED and accussed of deliberately peddling false information about the government of Zimbabwe. The government says these websites have a long history of falsifying information on the issues unfolding in Zimbabwe and attack individual Zanu PF members on baseless accusations," says our source.

"Websites under constant monitoring are considered less hostile, but are being monitored."

"Hostile blogs are said to be run by individuals who are bent on discrediting the government of Zimbabwe and the ruling Zanu PF party."

According to our source, the government is also secretly compiling a list of individuals who are directly connected to these websites, but it is not clear what this list will be used for.

The blacklisted online publications, our source says, are the prime target of a 'cyber warfare plan' which will see Zanu PF setting up a variety of websites to counter bad publicity. The publications are considered unpatriotic and hostile "to their own people" and are blamed for some of the problems currently bedevilling the government of Zimbabwe.

One of the recommendations in the document is that the government of Zimbabwe should urge some of these hostile websites to reconsider their position and report favourably on the situation in the country to boost international perception and help develop the general perception of the country.

"The editors of these publications should seriously reconsider their position and realise that the war against Western Imperialism cannot be won without their help. They should realise that they are Zimbabweans first and this war cannot be won if they continue to discredit the efforts of their Government," said the document.

The government of Zimbabwe is said to have spent over US$1 million in an image-making campaign with New African magazine, and many other efforts are underway to improve Zimbabwe's image.

This new call by Muchena is seen as part of a general government strategy to correct the "lies spread by these online publications." The strategy also includes legislation aimed at enabling the government of Zimbabwe to monitor all telecommunications activity. The Interception of Communications Act passed on 3 August 2007, will "enable government, to keep news and information under close control," says Reporters Without Borders.

The organisation said. "Zimbabwe had already given itself one of the world's most repressive legislative arsenals as regards press freedom. Now all forms of communication have been placed under surveillance."

Here's a list of online publications listed (in alphabetical order) in the memo dated 15 August 2007:

HOSTILE WEBSITES

ALLZIMBABWE.COM
AMNESTY.CA
CATHYBUCKLE.COM
CHANGEZIMBABWE.COM
ABYZNEWSLINKS.COM
AFRICANTEARS.NETFIRMS.COM
DELZWE.EC.EUROPA.EU
DFAT.GOV.AU
EDDIECROSS.AFRICANHERD.COM
GLOBAL VOICES ONLINE
GLOBALVOICEONLINE.ORG
GOZIMBABWE.COM
HARAREUSEMBASSY.GOV
HRFORUMZIM.COM
INSIDERZIMBABWE.COM
IPSNEWS.NET
MTHWAKAZIONLINE.ORG
NEWZIMBABWE.COM
SOKWANELE.COM
SWRADIOAFRICA.COM
TECHNORATI.COM
THEGREATZIMBABWE.COM
THESOUTHERNAFRICAN.COM
THEZIMBABWEAN.CO.UK
THEZIMBABWETIMES.COM
TOPIX.NET
UK.ONEWORLD.NET
UNITED STATES EMBASSY IN HARARE
USIP.ORG
VOANEWS.COM/ZIMBABWE
WASHINGTONPOST.COM
WORLDPRESS.ORG
WOZAZIMBABWE.ORG
ZIMBABWE.8M.COM
ZIMBABWEDEMOCRACYTRUST.COM
ZIMBABWEPOST.COM
ZIMBABWESITUATION.COM
ZIMDAILY.COM
ZIMDAYS.COM
ZIMGREATS.COM
ZIMLOXION.COM
ZIMOBSERVER.COM
ZIMONLINE.CO.ZA
ZIMPOLITICALANALYST.NET
ZIMUPDATE.COM
ZIMVIGIL.CO.UK
ZIMWORLDWIDE.COM
ZVAKWANA.ORG
ZWNEWS.COM

WEBSITES UNDER CONSTANT MONITORING

FINGAZ.CO.ZW
M&G.CO.ZA (ZIMBABWE SECTION)
TALKZIMBABWE.COM
THE GUARDIAN (UK)
THEZIMBABWEINDEPENDENT.COM
THEZIMBABWESTANDARD.COM
WASHINGTON POST

HOSTILE BLOGS

AFRICANTEARS.NETFIRMS.COM (CATHY BUCKLE)
CRYBELOVEDZIMBABWE
INSIDEZIMBABWE
MUGABEMAKAIPA
PETATHORNYCROFT
QUOTINGMUGABE
ROLLOFHONOUR
ROLLOFHONOUR
THEBEARDEDMAN
ZIMBABWECHAOS
ZIMBABWESCRYFORJUSTICE
ZIMFINALPUSH
ZIMPUNDIT


 



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