It's business as usual in Harare, says human rights defender

 It's business as usual in Harare, says human rights defender
Published: 14 November 2017 (442 Views)
Harare based human rights defender Patson Dzamara has said despite rumours on social media that the military has taken over the city of Harare, its business as usual.

Dzamara twitter this evening: "I am in Harare CBD & It's business as usual. Let us spread accurate stories. But ngavabayane stereki. They are all criminals...all of them."

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