Julius Dawu has worked as a full time journalist for independent newspapers covering human rights, press freedom and politics. He is currently a fulltime freelance correspondent for selected magazines in Southern Africa, UK and US.
Mr. Dawu has experience as a stringer for World Radio for the Environment in UK, Belief Net (US) and has been the World Press Review (WPR) Zimbabwe correspondent since 1997.
Worldpress.org Work Samples
Zimbabwe Braces for Strike Action
'Enemies of the State' Targeted
Zimbabwe: Archbishop Faces Adultery Case
Open Season on Lawyers
A Descent into Dictatorship
Freedom of Expression Under Attack
Official’s Death Casts Pall on Press Freedom
Leading Playwright Arrested
Political Newcomer Aims to Unify Opposition Party
Mugabe Still Calls the Shots
Moyo’s Fall From Grace?
Mugabe Rival Acquitted of Treason
A Death Knell for Zimbabwe's Press