The MDC founding member tells VOA Studio 7 Dzamara’s alleged abduction on Monday by unknown assailants is very worrying.
Lizwe Jamela, a member of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, said the fate of the victim, who was being beaten up in public, is still unknown.
Willard Moyo of Ward 29 in Silobela says villagers who were denied access to the farming inputs are taking the matter to court.
Judge David Mangota on Friday ordered the authorities to intensify investigations into the alleged abduction of Dzamara, leader of Occupy Africa Unity Square pressure group.
The MDC-T says the alleged abduction of Itai Dzamara resulted in a protest by the party's youths which led the police to cordon off the party’s Harvest House headquarters.
Roderick Fayayo of the Bulawayo Progressive Residents’ Association told VOA Studio 7 the president’s trip is a waste of taxpayers’ money.
Morgan Tsvangirai’s spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka told VOA Studio 7 that last night he was severely beaten by the police at the party headquarters.
Chamisa said parliament cannot conduct business as usual when Dzamara has not been accounted for.
Ordinary people, legal practitioners and state officials said the late Sandura had an independent mind and applied the law without fear or favour.
FIFA said in a statement Zimbabwe owe "an exceptional debt” to former national coach Brazilian Jose Claudinei Valinhos.
Chidziva told Studio 7 that they did not assault the police officers, claiming that the protesting MDC-T youths were the victims of police brutality.
They argue that the government has not even drafted a plan of action for constructive engagement with its citizens living in the diaspora.