President Emmerson Mnangagwa set up the seven-member commission to probe the deadly shootings by the military during violent post-election protests - but critics have warned that the team, chaired by former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe is just an international public relations stunt that will produce nothing for the victims.
Army Killings Probe Team Finally Gets Down to Work
New Zimbabwe, 19 September 2018
The Kgalema Motlanthe led Commission of Inquiry into army killings on civilians during post-electoral protests last month finally gets down to work with swearing in by President… Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa names post-poll violence probe team.
Motlanthe, Team Sworn-In
The Herald, 19 September 2018
President Mnangagwa is today expected to swear-in the seven-member commission set up to probe the post-election violence that occurred in Harare on August 1 that led to the deaths… Read more »
State Jails Mentally Ill Man Over August 1 Electoral Violence
A mentally ill suspected MDC protestor endured the past one and half months in jail after he was among those arrested over the ill-fated August 1 public protests which saw the… Read more »
Mnangagwa Blasted for Inheriting Mugabe Anti-Gukurahundi Traits
President Emmerson Mnangagwa's regime has come under fire for allegedly refusing to surrender former state leader Robert Mugabe's old culture of muzzling any talk around the… Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the seven-member Commission of Inquiry has already agreed to take up the task and will soon be sworn in to assume their duties. The team, led ... Read more »
Former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe will lead a seven-member commission appointed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to look into the deadly shootings by the military ... Read more »
Sylvia Matambo-Maphosa was shot in her back in Harare when soldiers fired at youths who violently protested the opposition MDC Alliance's electoral defeat to Zanu-PF in the ... Read more »
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