Post-Polls Violence Probe Hears Zimbabweans' Shocking Testimonies
A 48-year-old man said he was shot twice by a soldier; one of the many he had taken pictures with during the November 2017 coup that saw Robert Mugabe removed as the president of Zimbabwe.
New Zimbabwe, 19 October 2018
48-year-old Garvey Edwards was shot twice point blank by a soldier; one of the many he had taken selfies with in November last year as the military helped topple long-serving ruler… Read more »
Adrian Munjere, who sustained fractures on his right hand during post-election clashes between security forces and protesters Aug. 1, displays his doctor’s report.
The Herald, 19 October 2018
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Kubatana.net, 16 October 2018
Private media journalists were today, 16 October barred from entering the Commission of Inquiry into the post-elections violence that took place on August 1, 2018 in Harare, which… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Hey, Where Is the Commission of Inquiry?
Zimbabwe Standard, 19 August 2018
Exactly six years and three days ago, members of the South African police opened fire on protesting workers at Lonmin Mine in Marikana, killing 34 of them after a week of violent… Read more »
The commission of inquiry into the August 1 post-election violence opened at a Harare hotel on Tuesday with the first witnesses speaking of how they saw supporters of the MDC ... 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 »