Some of the physiotherapists that have been ill-treated include Jacqueline Sarandega of Hwange Football Club.
Chingini told Studio 7 that his three-bedroomed house was razed to the ground and property worth $9,000 was burnt to ashes.
The running battles started early in the morning after police blocked demonstrators from gathering to begin their march to the offices of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to deliver a petition demanding key electoral reforms.
But Kunaka denied the allegations saying he has more important issues to deal with that thinking of MDC T members who do not pose any threats to him.
Police refused to receive a court order granting protesters the permission to stage the protest.
“… We join many Zimbabweans in their deep concern over reports of violence during some of the protests ..."
In an interview with Studio 7 last night, Magaya said they were told to go home without any charges preferred against them.
Chamisa becomes one of the youngest people to take up such a high-powered post in Zimbabwe.
Tajamuka-Sesijikile Campaign is staging at the end of this month what is calls “the mother of all protests to demand the resignation of President Mugabe”.
More than 150,000 people are expected to join the protest that has been restricted to the outskirts of the Harare city center.
Police arrested Bishop Magaya and five others and bundled them into a police pick up truck.