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Apologize For August 1 Shootings, Mnangagwa Told

Following the release of the Motlanthe Commission report by President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday with the military and the police found responsible for the deaths of six and injuring 35 unarmed civilians, lawyers, activists and the public have demanded an apology from Mnangagwa who is the commander in chief of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces.

Make August 1 Inquiry Report Public, Netherlands Tells ED

Netherlands Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Barbara van Hellemond has exhorted President Emmerson Mnangagwa to release the findings of the Commission of Inquiry into post-election violence. Speaking at the official launch of the 70th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights themed “The Right Stuff” earlier today, van Hellemond implored Mnangagwa to release the commission of inquiry […]

I Did Not Concede Electoral Defeat, Chamisa Responds to Mpofu

The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) President Nelson Chamisa has refuted claims by Zanu PF Secretary for administration Dr Obert Obert Mpofu who told the Kgalema Motlanthe led Commission of Inquiry that the 40 years old opposition leader admitted that he had lost elections on the 1st of August 2018 when violence broke out in Harare’s CBD leaving six civilians dead allegedly shot by the military.

Internet Reacts to Jim Kunaka Confessions

Following yesterday’s confessions by ex-ZANU PF Harare Youth League chairperson Jim Kunaka that his former party used youths disguised as police officers to attack the late Movement for Democratic Change leader, Morgan Tsvangirai during the Save Zimbabwe Campaign rally in 2007, Zimbabweans on twitter popularly twimbos have expressed different sentiments on Kunaka’s utterances. These are some of […]

Manyureke Under Attack Over Her Questions

The Kgalema Motlanthe led  Commission of Inquiry into the 1 August 2018 post election violence’s public hearings at Cresta Lodge in Masasa Harare enters a third day with witnesses appearing before the commission to testify.

No Politician Worth Dying For, Zimbos Told

Churches and civic organisations have urged Zimbabweans to unite, saying no politician worth dying and or suffering for. Addressing a joint presser in the capital yesterday, Irvin Takavada who is the grouping’s Harare National coordinator said politicians are never defined as the most important stakeholder group and they should never be allowed to hold the nation […]

MDC Alliance Youth Leader Freed on $200 Bail 

Gweru Magistrate Charity Maphosa has freed MDC Alliance Youth Chairperson and Member of Parliament for Highfield West, Happymore Chidziva on $200 bail following his arrest yesterday on allegations of inciting public violence in the run up to the 30 July harmonized elections. Chidziva’s lawyer, Jeremiah Bamu of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said his […]