Mnangagwa May Not Release Post-Poll Shootings Commission Report

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.

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.

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