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    Army, CIO and police led by ZANU-PF sympathizers: Catholic Church

    By Marko Phiri The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) in Zimbabwe, an appendage of the Roman Catholic Church, says that for the country’s problems to be properly addressed, the military must be removed from key institutions. CCJP says institutions like the courts, where former soldiers were accused of helping to entrench the rule of the Robert Mugabe, are…

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    ‘We’re watching you’: Mnangagwa warns ‘hostile’ NGOs

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has vowed to deregister any non-governmental organisations suspected of plotting to overthrow his government, and boasted about how the state was spying on “people of interest”. Speaking to war veterans, women’s affairs and youth leaders of Zanu-PF in Harare this week, Mnangagwa said he was aware of “hostile propaganda by detractors both inside and outside the country”.…

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    Mnangagwa admits to using CIO to spy on political opponents

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has made astonishing confessions his government was tracking the daily movements of opponents and critics through their electronic gadgets. The state leader was addressing chairpersons of Zanu PF provincial women, youths and war veterans at the party headquarters in Harare on Monday. In May this year, MDC Alliance Harare MP, Joanna Mamombe and two female party activists…

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