MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa Thursday said political change is on the horizon and urged the nation to brace for a new wave of 'peaceful' protests which would ultimately lead to the change in government.
He made the remarks while addressing mourners at the funeral of
MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa Thursday blamed the state for the death of the late political activist, Patson Dzamara, who succumbed to cancer of the colon in Harare yesterday.
Dzamara died after a short battle with cancer and was due for surgery. He was 34.
Political activist, Patson Dzamara has passed away this morning just over a week after reports that he had been diagnosed with colon cancer emerged.
Dzamara, became popular for demanding closure into his brother's disappearance, Itai Dzamara who was allegedly abducted in 2015.
MDC-Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa who
Human Rights watchdog, Amnesty International has renewed its call for the Government to assist in revealing the fate of journalist cum political activist Itai Dzamara who has not been accounted for since his disappearance five years ago.
The watchdog called for the establishment of a commission
Responding to an emotional video by SkyNews showing soldiers assaulting a citizen while handcuffed, President Mnangagwa has described as “appalling” the military crackdown on civilians.
With Unplugged moving to Kwekwe this weekend, it is an opportune time to attend The Mesh, an event that uses music and dialogue to not only provide a platform that seeks to cultivate a good networking web for young adults in terms of business and social
Three years after the abduction of firebrand human rights activist, Itai Dzamara, the Zimbabwe Republic Police national spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba on Monday announced that they have launched a search warrant, in what has been described as a political stunt aimed at winning
Harare Magistrate Nomsa Sabarauta on Wednesday 18 January 2017 set free five pro-democracy campaigners who were arrested last year and charged with committing robbery and theft after they allegedly robbed some women at Africa Unity Square.
Magistrate Sabarauta removed the five pro-democracy campaigners namely Patson Dzamara,
So, the date came and passed and sadly the 200 or so chained activists did not descend on the streets of Harare. What we got were reports of abductions, torching of cars and the arrest of activists. We also got speculative claims that the demo
Itai Dzamara’s brother has cautioned Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa against abusing international platforms to peddle lies that government of Zimbabwe is assisting in the search for the missing founder of Occupy Africa Unity Square movement.
Addressing delegates at the United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in