Bhasikiti’s attorney Tendai Biti said he was instructed to take up the matter with the Constitutional Court of Appeal.
Peter Jack told Studio 7 that most of the traders only arrived at their respective vending points only to find their tents and stalls destroyed.
Makonde MP, Kindness Paradza, who told the committee that the absence of community radio stations was increasing Studio 7’s popularity throughout the country.
the U.S. Embassy in Harare said it is worried about Dzamara’s wellbeing and the apparent lack of progress by Zimbabwean authorities in their investigation.
Churches and non-governmental organizations like Heal Zimbabwe Trust have been leading in efforts to bring people together.
Most industries have shutdown in Zimbabwe due to the harsh economic situation in the country, forcing thousands of people to venture into informal trading.
Blazer admitted to taking $11 million in bribes from 2005 to 2010, though media reports have suggested he took substantially more during his career.
President Robert Mugabe, who chairs both the African Union and Southern African Development Community, is accompanied by First Lady Grace Mugabe.
One of the affected traders, Martin Zivira, vowed to continue selling his wares in the central business district.
Mashakada took aim at the Zanu PF government for failing to deliver on its promises to create 2 million jobs, adding many people were now living on one dollar a week.
Some participants like Anne Thokozani Ncube, a successful entrepreneur, who is into real estate, transport and other businesses, came from Zimbabwe.
Nyamande is one of the 30 Mandela Washington Fellows from Zimbabwe who are currently in various universities.