NGOs Fear That Days Of Govt Threats Are Back In Zimbabwe

A number of NGOs are cancelling their programs, fearing victimisation, following threats by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he would go after NGOs who organised the January protests. Meanwhile, the government has announced it will start spying on civil society organisations' bank accounts, in what it claims is aimed at "plugging loopholes and stop the financing of terrorism in the country".

  • Zimbabwe:   Govt to Spy on NGOs' Bank Accounts

    New Zimbabwe, 14 March 2019

    Government has announced it will start spying on civil society organisations' bank accounts, in what it claims is aimed at plugging loopholes and stop the financing terrorism in… Read more »

Photo: The Herald

President Emmerson Mnangagwa said his government would weed out organisations that reportedly encouraged people to riot, among them doctors and lawyers.

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