Mnangagwa Promotes Army Boss Implicated in Post-Election Killings
Barely a week after President Emmerson Mnangagwa promised he would release a commission of inquiry report into August 1 killings, Presidential Guard Commander Brigadier-General Anselem Sanyatwe is now Major General. Sanyatwe is the man who commanded the military unit that allegedly shot unarmed protesters, killing at least six people.
New Zimbabwe, 18 December 2018
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has rewarded with a higher rank, Brigadier General Anselem Sanyatwe who commanded a crack army unit accused of shooting and killing six civilians… Read more »
Zimbabwe Defence Forces commander General Phillip Valerio Sibanda confers a new rank to Major General Anselem Nhamo Sanyatwe who was promoted from the rank of Brigadier General.
Zimbabwe: Army, Air Force Officers Promoted
The Herald, 18 December 2018
President Mnangagwa yesterday promoted two brigadier-generals to the rank of major-general, one wing commander to group captain and 15 squadron leaders to wing commanders. The… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 14 November 2018
Pro-Democracy NGO, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has condemned the army and police's bare denials they ever played a part in the killing of six civilians during the August 1… Read more »
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Zimbabwe's security chiefs have denied that soldiers shot at civilians in the deadly post-election violence which rocked Harare after the July 30 elections. Both Zimbabwe Defence ... Read more »