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    Today in 2015, Dzamara was abducted. Sheffra still demands answers

    WEARING a red Manchester United replica jersey with black shorts and sandals, prominent activist Itai Dzamara left his home to get a haircut at the neighbourhood barbershop in Glen View, a high-density suburb south of Harare. In a few minutes he would be back, he told his wife, whom he asked to prepare breakfast. Sheffra Dzamara did so and waited…

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    Cabinet approves law to punish those who call for sanctions

    CABINET has approved changes to the criminal law to allow the criminalisation and prosecution of “unauthorised communication or negotiation by private citizens with foreign governments” and those “who fake abductions or call for sanctions on the country.” The development was confirmed by information publicity and broadcasting services minister, Monica Mutsvangwa, at Tuesday’s post-cabinet media briefing. “… the Vienna Convention on…

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    ZINASU students lock Impala workers inside shop, take away the keys

    POLITICAL activist Makomborero Haruzivishe on Thursday led Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) students to storm an Impala Car Rental shop in Harare, locked workers in and left with the keys while demanding the release of students union president Takudzwa Ngadziore (pictured). Ngadziore was severely attacked by suspected state security agents before he was arrested for demonstrating at the Impala Car…

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