#ZimbabweShutdown2019

AU, SADC ‘quiet diplomacy’ on Zim condemned

THE African Union (AU) and Southern African Development Community (SADC) have been admonished for their ‘quiet diplomacy’ on the ongoing…

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Shutdown protesters seek freedom

Four men who allegedly set ablaze three trucks at Ashys service station in Bulawayo’s Nkulumane 12 suburb during the Shutdown…

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Maimane:130K Zimbos skip to SA after army crackdown

A South African opposition leader has claimed over 130 000 Zimbabweans fled the country to South Africa as the army launched…

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We are also victims, police cry foul

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has raised concern at the violent nature of protests which often lead to loss of…

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Women`s groups urge govt to investigate abuse cases

Women rights organisations in Bulawayo have condemned the alleged physical abuse of women and girls during the ongoing army crackdown…

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NPRC: Report cases of abuse to police

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has urged victims of the ongoing army crackdown in Bulawayo and surrounding areas…

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‘Over 1000 residents brutalised in army crackdown’

MORE than 1000 residents in Bulawayo have been subjected to torture and assault orchestrated by the military and police ever…

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ZIMBABWE SHUTDOWN 2019 INCIDENT STORY MAP

Nationwide demonstrations in Zimbabwe erupted January 14, 2019, after President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that fuel prices were being doubled in…

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SADC civic groups call for immediate end to army crackdown

The Southern Africa Development Community Council of Non-Governmental Organisations (SADC-CNGO) has noted with great concern the dire situation in Zimbabwe…

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Shutdown protests has roots in historical conflicts: NPRC

THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) believes that the violent protests that broke out during the #shutdown period can…

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