"... I have been deeply saddened by the events in our beloved homeland … I call for calm and peace from all of our brothers and sisters. We are one nation, with one mission, and we will realise it together.”
Companies stockpiling inventory worried they will be cut off from suppliers if the country leaves the EU without an agreement on trade
Alrosa, the world's largest diamond producer by output, started conducting geological exploration in Zimbabwe in 2013 but dropped the licences it held there in 2016 due to a reform of the country's diamond industry.
“We are deeply troubled by reports of deaths, widespread arrests, beatings, and harassment of protestors by security forces of the Government of Zimbabwe ..."
"Threats to overthrow a constitutionally-elected government by force and install an unelected person as president of Zimbabwe will be thwarted - it won't work.”
Security forces deployed in population centres to stave off further demonstrations, witnesses said, and people in Harare said they could no longer access the internet.
Security Alert: Continued street blockades and military checkpoints, disruption of social media sites and Whats App, reports of police abuse and violence across Zimbabwe.
Soldiers deployed to some areas of the capital where police were clashing with protesters over fuel hikes; several people, including a bystander, were injured by gunfire
Hundreds of Zimbabweans took to the streets of Harare Monday, protesting an increase in the price of fuel; rally follows strike by public sector workers
Police fired teargas to contain unrest in several Harare suburbs and Zimbabwe’s second city of Bulawayo, two days after Mnangagwa announced a massive fuel price hike in an effort to contain a runaway currency crunch.
May warned lawmakers that rejecting the deal risked either a chaotic no-deal scenario or subverting British democracy by blocking Brexit
In a video posted on various social media platforms Sunday, Pastor Evan Mawarire of #ThisFlag Campaign and ZCTU president, Peter Mutasa, urged all Zimbabweans to join the strike.