Zimbabwe’s war veterans of the 1970s break with tradition saying they are campaigning for an opposition candidate in a by-election in Mashonaland West province following the expulsion of their leader Christopher Mutsvangwa from President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party for allegedly denigrating the president and his wife said to be harboring presidential ambitions.
Some rural teachers are expected to walk 200 kilometers from Murehwa district in Mashonaland East to Harare demanding the dissolution of the current government and fresh elections, an upward review of their salaries and rural allowances, an end to all forms of violence to rural teachers and a solution to the current cash crisis gripping Zimbabwe, among many issues.
Doctors conduct free health clinics in Manicaland province in an attempt to save the lives of struggling rural people who cant’s access free state facilities.
And Zimbabweans castigate the national Olympics Committee and Zimbabwe Football Association for dumping the Mighty Warriors when they arrived in Harare last Friday from the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. The players were bundled into a battered minibus and then later given $5 for transport by local soccer authorities.
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