#July31

  • Politics

    Ngarivhume says he will now slow down on Govt criticism

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda OPPOSITION activist Jacob Ngarivhume won’t criticize President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration, at least for now. The Transform Zimbabwe leader says he has been warned by a “good friend” within the labyrinth of Mnangagwa’s State security forces that he could soon be thrown back into jail if he continues with his hardline criticism of the Zanu-PF led Government. Ngarivhume,…

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    If they can arrest me, it’s worse for less prominent journalists: Chin’ono

    JOURNALIST Hopewell Chin’ono feels freedom of the press is not being respected by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration, pointing to his two arrests and subsequent long detention at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison in the later half of this year. Chin’ono, who exchanged harsh words with prosecutors after his second arrest on 3 November, highlights that both his arrests were triggered by…

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  • Courts and Law

    Tsenengamu freed on ZW$10,000 bail

    FORMER Zanu PF national youth political commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu, who was among 14 political activists listed on the police wanted list over the foiled #July31 anti-corruption protests has been granted ZW $10,000 bail at the High Court. Tsenengamu is accused of inciting the public to commit violence and was arrested about two weeks ago after he surrendered himself to the…

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