Listen: Zimbabwe, BBC, Andrew Harding discussed on BBC Newshour
"BBC World Service coming to you live from London. I'm James kumarisami in a moment. We'll get the latest from Zimbabwe later on the program. A prominent Chinese Australian novelist has vanished on a visit to China. We'll speak to his friend and mental who urged him not to go before. He took the flight for really octroi China key for me up. I actually we have a white hot debate on the form that I swear to persuade him not to take the risk plus as the United Nations. Heritage authorities moved to protect reggae music from outside influences will explore what makes it unique. Always feeding that there was something special. There was a passion feeling that was real because in the inner city we live each other's lives. And so our music express them. We begin though in Zimbabwe where there has been a blunt assessment by the government appointed human rights commission of what has been happening in the country over the past ten days, it said that the security forces there have engaged in systematic torture. Even as Imbaba government spokesman characterize the response to the anti-government protests as a bit of firmness and president Emmerson Mnangagwa, held out the offer of dialogue on the BBC's Africa. Correspondent Andrew Harding is in these Imbaba in capital, Harare. And he's been speaking to some of those who've borne the brunt. The security operation. Writhing in agony."