The Zimbabweans, who left the country for different reasons including insecurity and political fears, say indications are that it may take long for them to go back home.
'We are using these particular incidents to not only show that it is not only still alive but to revive its significance'
The party claims that Zanu PF activists attacked Machingauta and several other members at Budiriro shopping center following a rally on electoral reforms convened by MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
He says he has written a letter to President Robert Mugabe allegedly exposing the current provincial minister Mahofa.
Zimbabwean academic and political commentator, Dinizulu Macaphulana, says there’s a hidden hand behind the xenophobic attacks.
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