Zimbabwe's opposition has expressed concern over the manner in which the Commission of Inquiry into the deadly August 1 post-election violence carried out its mandate and the speed with which the panel has been able to produce its initial report. This comes after the presidency made it clear that Mnangagwa is the sole recipient of the report, adding that there was nothing that obligated Mnangagwa to share it with anyone or not to do so if he so wished.
Motlanthe Findings, Mnangagwa Told to Honor His Promise
263Chat, 3 December 2018
Human rights activists and constitutional lawyers have demanded that President Emmerson Mnangagwa honor his promise to make public the report of the Commission of Inquiry into the… Read more »
Former South African president and chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 post-election violence Kgalema Motlanthe, flanked by Professor Charity Manyeruke, right, and Chief Emeka Anyaoku at a public hearing in Harare.
President is Sole Recipient of Report from August 1 Inquiry - Spokesperson
The Herald, 3 December 2018
President Mnangagwa in his capacity as the Head of State and Government is the sole recipient of the report by the Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 post-election violence… Read more »
August 1 Commission - Opposition Questions Speed of Producing Report
New Zimbabwe, 3 December 2018
THE opposition MDC party has expressed concern over the manner in which the Commission of Inquiry into the deadly August 1 post-election violence carried out its mandate and the… Read more »
Post-Poll Violence Inquiry Under Fire for Not Inviting Mnangagwa, Chiwenga
allAfrica, 28 November 2018
The Kgalema Motlanthe Commission has concluded its process of gathering oral evidence through public hearings - a move that has sparked an angry backlash from the opposition ranks. Read more »
Mawarire Claims Ex-Colonel's Abduction Ahead of Poll Killings Inquiry
New Zimbabwe, 26 November 2018
National Patriotic Front (NPF) spokesperson Jealousy Mawarire has made claims that retired army colonel and former Zanu PF parliamentary candidate Elliot Piki was abducted by… Read more »
Journalist Threatened After Distancing Army From Poll Killings
Journalist Maynard Manyowa says he and his family were now living in fear for their lives after being subjected to threats by perceived opposition supporters not pleased with his… Read more »
The outcry comes after the commission announced that it had closed the interview stage and was now collating and analysing data with a view of tabling the report before President ... Read more »
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa claims he beat Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa with 57.10 percent of the national vote against the latter's 42.10 percent in the July 30 ... Read more »
Outspoken Zimbabwean cleric Bishop Ancelimo Magaya says President Emmerson Mnangagwa must own up to his and his party's past deeds. This was after former Zanu-PF youth leader Jim ... Read more »
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