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13 July 2016 - The Zimbabwean government has warned protesters will face the full wrath of the law if they heed a call by a detained preacher to continue with a planned stay-away. eNCA speaks to Zimbabwean Journalist, Privilege Musvanhiri for more insight
13 July 2016 - The Zimbabwean government has warned protesters will face the full wrath of the law. That's if they heed a call by a detained preacher to continue with a planned stay-away.
13 July 2016 – Social media has played a vital role in driving the momentum of Zimbabwe's anti-government protests. Blogger and founder of @263chat, Nigel Mugamu tells eNCA what he has observed in recent months.
12 July 2016 - Zimbabwean activist, Pastor Evan Mawarire, was arrested on Tuesday morning and is facing charges of inciting public violence.
12 July 2016 – Listen to the full interview with Zimbabwean activist Pastor Evan Mawarire who is leading the #ThisFlag movement and calling for an end to corruption and police brutality. Mawarire reported to Zimbabwe police authorities on Tuesday.
12 July 2016 – Zimbabwean freelance journalist, Privilege Musvanhiri, gives the latest news on the protests in Zimbabwe and discusses who is involved and they stand to achieve.
12 July 2016 –Zimbabwean activist Pastor Evan Mawarire says he hasn't committed any crimes. This as authorities crackdown on activists protesting against President Robert Mugabe's economic policies.
11 July 2016 - Zimbabwean authorities are on the lookout for several organisers of last week's stay away protest. For an update on the situation in Zimbabwe, eNCA speaks to Gideon Chitanga, a researcher from the Centre for the Study of Democracy.
09 July 2016 - President Robert Mugabe has spoken to Zimbabweans for the first time since nationwide strikes against unpaid wages.
Harare, 08 July 2016 - More than 100 people have been arrested in Zimbabwe as anti-government protests erupted countrywide. Zimbabwean freelance journalist Privilege Musvanhiri has the latest.