Harare police had issued a waiver on the MDC's anniversary at Gwanzura Stadium during which the main opposition plan to "inaugurate" its leader as the People's President, but have now banned it - citing a earlier ban on public gatherings in attempts to control a cholera outbreak which sparked a declaration of a state of emergency.
Police Change Their Minds on Chamisa 'Inauguration'
New Zimbabwe, 13 September 2018
POLICE on Thursday reversed their decision to allow MDC to hold its 19th anniversary celebrations Saturday citing an earlier ban on public gatherings in attempts to control a… Read more »
The main opposition party MDC will be celebrating its anniversary at Gwanzura Stadium where it will also hold an "inauguration" to name its leader Nelson Chamisa as the People's ... Read more »
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Opposition politition Nelson Chamisa.
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