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A lawyer representing abducted political activist, Itai Dzamara of Occupy Africa Unity Square, says they have approached the courts to seek an order to compel the police and other security agents to find him.

A lawyer representing abducted political activist, Itai Dzamara of Occupy Africa Unity Square, says they have approached the courts to seek an order to compel the police and other security agents to find him.


Occupy Africa Unity Square Activist Freed Following Wednesday Arrest

Danho, who was expected in court Friday morning, was told by the police he should pay a $10 fine, which he refused to honor saying he would rather be taken to court.
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Zanu PF Activist, Journalist Trade Barbs on Dzamara Abduction

The state-controlled Herald newspaper recently reported that Dzamara was not kidnapped but skipped to South Africa as a way of effecting the so-called regime change agenda in Zimbabwe.
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Dzamara Abduction Rekindles Sad Memories for Disappeared Patrick Nabanyama Family

Nabanyama said the alleged abduction of Dzamara brought back sad memories and reminded her and her family that people’s safety is not guaranteed in Zimbabwe.
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$10,000 Police Reward Irks 'Abducted' Itai Dzamara Family

Family spokesman Patson Dzamara said the police offer came a bit too late because his brother has been missing for more than four months now.
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Battered Dzamara Lawyer Urges Zimbabwe To Step Up Search For Itai

Masiye and Dzamara, who was also severely beaten, spent two days in hospital following the assault to treat injuries that ranged from a broken arm to suspected internal injuries.
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U.S. State Department Responds to Zimbabwe's Extradition Request For Cecil's Killeri
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31.07.2015 23:30
Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner of the U.S. State Department told Journalists Friday, that extradition requests are the discretion of the secretary of state, who weighs the accused's rights to a fair trial.

U.S. State Department Responds to Zimbabwe's Extradition Request For Cecil's Killer

Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner of the U.S. State Department told Journalists Friday, that extradition requests are the discretion of the secretary of state, who weighs the accused's rights to a fair trial.

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Live Talk - 7-31 - Discuss Controversy Surrounding The Killing Of The Lion, Cecili
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31.07.2015 18:30
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Angry vendors protest over confiscated wares outside Harare Town Hall. (Photo: Thomas Chiripasi)

Angry vendors protest over confiscated wares outside Harare Town Hall. (Photo: Thomas Chiripasi)

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