Zimbabwe Journalist Arrested After Scuffle With Cops
Conrad Gweru, a freelance journalist spent two days in police cells after he was arrested for taking pictures at a road traffic accident scene. Zimbabwe has been notorious for repression against journalists especially under the former president Robert Mugabe. Only time will tell how committed new President Emmerson Mnangagwa is to herald a more open environment for the press.
Zimbabwe Republic Police officers.
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