BIKITA- Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) lawyers Jeremiah Jeremiah Mutongi Bamu and Tinomuda Shoko have located MDC National Vice-Chairperson and Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala after he was blind folded and moved from Harare by some Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers.
Sikhala was on Tuesday
MBARE Magistrate Kudzai Zihove on Wednesday 10 July 2019 acquitted Kudakwashe Nyanga, who had been on trial after he was arrested in January and charged with public violence for allegedly participating in an anti-government protest.
The 21 year-old Nyanga, who was represented by Gift Mtisi and
[caption id="attachment_51136" align="alignnone" width="3456"] Chamisa having a look on the solar project at Tariro poly clinic in Hopely. (Picture by Munashe Chokodza/263Chat)[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_51139" align="alignnone" width="3456"] Hopely MDC supporters waiting for their leader Chamisa arrival[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_51144" align="alignnone" width="3456"] MDC leader Nelson Chamisa arriving in Hopely for
[caption id="attachment_51129" align="alignnone" width="3456"] Police arriving at the Harare Magistrate court to disperse MDC supporters who broke into song and dance demanding the release of Job Sikhala's appearance. Picture by Munashe Chokodza/263Chat)[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_51130" align="alignnone" width="3456"] An MDC supporter waving a placard with Job Sikhala's image
Vimbai Zimuto's unveiling of her video director, Simba Gee set social media ablaze with her male fans coveting the videographer's position.
Presenting Simba Gee, Zimuto wrote, “Behind the scenes with @simba_gee Munhu anoziva basa rake zvake iyeyu. We work together like bhande and bhrugwa (Behind the
Opposition MDC vice chairperson Job Sikhala who was expected to appear at the Harare Magistrate Court this afternoon to answer to subversion charges went missing amid fears the stage could have clandestinely taken him to Bikita where he allegedly committed the crime of subversion.
Hopley, a peri-urban suburb south of Harare with a population of about 200 000 people, was a beehive of activity today following a visit to the area by the opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa to assess progress on the new clinic constructed by the City
Life begins at 40 but the building process is usually assumed to begin during one’s late teens and 20s range. But with the country’s economic inconsistencies, it has become difficult for most youths to champion past this phase.
Such encounters by youths have inspired several chart–busting
Leader of Movement Democratic Change, Nelson Chamisa has applauded the City of Harare for putting up solar power system at the a newly constructed clinic in Hopley saying such developments are in sync with his party vision for smart cities.
Speaking after touring Tariro clinic earlier
Opposition MDC youths today staged a demonstration against the arrest of party vice Chairperson Job Sikhala.
The youths who were holding placards with Sikhala's image said they were demanded his immediate release.
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