Zimbabwean police exposed by Court for fabricating cases against Main Opposition CCC members

The Zimbabwean police force has been criticized for their lack of impartiality and for siding with the ruling party, Zanu-pf. Recent reports suggest that the police have been arresting victims of Zanu-pf brutality who are members of the Opposition party, Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), rather than the perpetrators. This issue came to light after […]

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We want elections not war ,Says Opposition CCC as Police Zimbabwe Disrupt its Rally in Gweru

By Political ReporterGweru |Police Disrupt Zimbabwe Rally.We want elections not war.šŸ‡æšŸ‡¼ Armed riot police have reportedly disrupted a #YellowSunday rally in Mkoba, Zimbabwe, which was cleared by the police last week. The rally, organized by the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), was intended to advocate for a better Zimbabwe, and to demand free and […]

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CCC Secretary GeneralĀ  Summoned By Captured Zimbabwean Police

Harare, Zimbabwe – The Interim Secretary General of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) and Kuwadzana Member of Parliament CDE Charlton Hwende has been requested to report to the Police station after posting a tweet about drug lords in his constituency. The tweet, which was posted on CDE Hwende’s official Twitter account, stated that he […]

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The banning of CCC rallies is not only an infringement on the rights of the citizens, but it also undermines the credibility of Zimbabwe’s upcoming elections

By Tarisai Masimba As the world moves forward and embraces the principles of democracy and freedom of speech, Zimbabwe continues to suppress the voices of its citizens. The recent ban on rallies by the country’s main opposition party, Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC), led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa, is a clear violation of citizens’ rights […]

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CCC Female members fondled in prison vehicleā€™

LAWYERS representing 25 members of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) who were arrested last week in Harareā€™s Budiriro suburb have accused the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services wardens of transporting female prisoners in the same van with male prisoners who are not members of the party, which resulted in the females being fondled along […]

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