Homesexuality Arrests in Tanzania Spark Protest in South Africa
One of the South African lawyers arrested for promoting homosexuality in Tanzania has told her mother she is being treated well. During a protest at the Tanzanian Embassy in Pretoria on Tuesday, human rights lawyer Sibongile Ndashe's mother, Winnie Ndashe, said her daughter had been in contact with her since her arrest .
News24Wire, 24 October 2017
One of the South African lawyers arrested last week for promoting homosexuality in Tanzania told her mother she was being treated well. Read more »
A petition for the release of the group being held in Tanzania
Daily Maverick, 25 October 2017
A group of about 100 people gathered outside the Tanzania High Commission in Pretoria to protest against the Tanzanian government's detention of 13 individuals, two of whom are… Read more »
Sibongile Ndashe, lawyer and human rights activist.
R2K, 24 October 2017
The Right2Know Campaign is outraged to learn about the unlawful arrest of 12 Human Rights activists on 17 October in Tanzania while attending a workshop in the capital city, Dar es… Read more »
DA, 24 October 2017
Last week, on the 18th of October, it was reported that 13 people were arrested in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania for allegedly "promoting homosexuality". Read more »
Tanzanian authorities have arrested and detained 13 people - including two South African lawyers - who were looking into the possibility of legal challenges to the ban on drop-in ... Read more »