Chamisa Expected at Zimbabwe Poll Violence Commission - Sometime

The Commission of Inquiry into the deadly violence which rocked Harare after the July elections is expecting opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa to appear before it - but it is unclear when that will happen. Chamisa had been expected to give evidence on November 21, but commission Spokesperson John Masuku says the date is still being negotiated. Headed by former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe, the commission is hearing evidence on violence which left six people dead. Earlier this month, Chamisa refused to appear before the commission.

MDC Alliance activist Shadreck Mashayamombe testifies before the Commission of Inquiry in Harare on November 21, 2018.


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