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Mahere mirrors ED regime to Bob

The recently elected Shadow Minister of Education, Arts, Sports and Culture from the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance(MDC-A) party Adv.Fadzayi Mahere has heavily criticized President Emmerson Mnangagwa for deploying the security forces to attack protesters on the 16 of August planned MDC-A demonstrations. Mahere, a lawyer by profession said Mnangagwa had adopted the same dictatorship tactics similar to his predecessor ...

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‘We will not rest nor resign from the streets’: MDC Youth

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) insisted that they will never give up ,despite the challenges they encountered on Friday. The MDC-A has planned to demonstrate against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government on the 16th of August 2019. In a statement the youths said they will not let Mnangagwa to lead them back to the Colonial 60s and 70s. “As an Assembly ...

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ZACC team to investigate on Mupfumira’s ‘special treatment’ at chikurubi

Officials from the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) ,last week visited Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison to investigate claims that former Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister ,Prisca Mupfumira is getting preferential treatment. Jessy Majome ,Frank Muchengwa and Kuziva Murapa had requested to visit the prison cells ,according to Mupfumira’s lawyer ,Charles Chinyama who agreed upon their visit said; ” I confirm their ...

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Tsvangirai condemns use of violence on unarmed citizens

Richard Tsvangirai, the son of the late political heavyweight Dr Morgan Richard Tsvangirai has criticised the behavior of Zimbabwe Republic Police Officers by brutally attacking defenseless civilians during the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-A) planned protest. On his instagram handle Tsvangirai said it was wrong of states security to torture and harass ordinary civilians who love their country. “Brutality ...

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Police implores people to maintain peace

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has appealed to the public to work together in maintaining law and order. Posting on their twitter handle, police has urged all citizens to report any illegal acts, for swift action to be taken,urging business and transport operators to get back to their normal routines. Police has also updated citizens on the current situation in ...

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Mugodhi Apostolic Church petitions High Court over ‘incapacitated’ Bishop

A local church, Mugodhi Apostolic Church has petitioned the High court seeking an order to interdict Tadewu Mugodhi from performing duties in his capacity as the bishop of the church accusing him of making uninformed decisions due to a terminal illness. In an urgent chamber application filed by Mugodhi Apostolic Church, through its Vice Bishop, Tonny Sigauke, Tadewu Mugodhi is ...

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MDC-A in solidarity with Chief Ndiweni

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-A) Spokesperson Daniel Molokele has guaranteed that the party will fight for the immediate release of Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni of Ntabazinduna who has been sentenced 18 months in jail for damaging his subjects property. In a press release ,Molokele said the Mnangagwa regime had to put an end in abusing and harassing Chief Ndiweni ...

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MDC Youth vice-chairperson summoned by police

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) National Vice Chairperson Cecilia Chimbiri has reportedly to have been summoned by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) today, a day before the protests. Her arrest was confirmed by MDC Youth spokesperson Stephen Sarkozy Chuma. He said her charges of arrest are not yet discovered. Chuma also said Chimbiri will be accompanied by her lawyer Jeremiah ...

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Police Statement On The MDC’s Planned Demonstrations

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) informs the nation that based on the notifications given by MDC A to regulating authorities to hold demonstrations in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru, Masvingo, Mutare and surrounding towns on August 16, 19, 20, 21 and 22 , intelligence and concrete evidence on the ground has revealed that indeed these so-called ‘peaceful’ demonstrations will turn out to ...

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US Embassy condemns abduction of activist

The Embassy of United States of America has condemned the abduction and torture of civil society leaders Blessing Kunotonga and Tatenda Mombeyarara alleged state security. It is speculated it was in connection with the 16th August demonstrations. In a tweet, the US Embassy said every citizen was granted the right to protest against harsh living conditions or an unwanted government. ...

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