- COMMUTERS stranded as Bulawayo kombis withdraw service in protest against fuel price hikes and unfair competition from government Zupco buses.
- WAKE UP ZIMBABWE, no one will come to your rescue,-liberate yourselves by making the nation ungovernable
- BULAWAYO Galen House Medical centre founder, former Bulawayo councillor, Dr G. Ferguson, (89) died at Mater Dei Hospital on Monday
- MDC NATIONAL EXECUTIVE, upholds the appeals against Bulawayo and Mashonaland Central provincial congresses.
- Trevor Ncube says 'Zimbabweans demanded removal of 1:1 exchange rate so they must feel the pain of liberalising fuel price by removing 1:1 exchange rate'.
So far we can confirm that as tension mounts over the delayed election results announcements, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), traditionally a Zanu pf security force, have deployed police vehicle water cannons designed to disperse protesters and they are ominously patrolling the capital Harare city centre.
Also conspicous is the absence of the Vice President RTD Gen Chiwenga, who forced Mugabe out of power and installed Mnangagwa as Zimbabwe’s president. He was according to reports, last spotted this morning at Heritage School where its reported that an incidence of public concern occured but we are yet to get the exact detail of what transpired before we can give you a full update. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya
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