JOHANNESBURG – The International Relations Department aid the South African government is concerned about Zimbabwe and will help – if need be.
With no statement from South Africa’s government Eyewitness News reached out to the Presidency on Thursday morning and was re-directed to the International Relations Department.
Pressure is mounting on the South African government to say something significant about the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Zimbabwe.
Dreams of better days.
Your silence will not protect you #Zimabweanlivesmatter
— diana vhiyazhi (@diana_vhiyazhi) August 6, 2020
Journalism is not a Crime. Government of Zimbabwe arrest those who seek accountability and report corrupt activities.
Today we say #FreeHopewell #FreeJacobNgarivhume
— #ZimbabweanLivesMatter ???? (@KuleVeZaka)
August 6, 2020
‘BAD APPLES’ WHO ATTEMPTED TO DIVIDE ZIMBABWEANS WILL BE
Dozens of activists and protesters have been rounded up and arrested over the past week, while others have been assaulted for trying to stage demonstrations against corruption and economic hardship.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has warned he will “flush out” political opponents, and he’s blamed foreign forces working with rogue Zimbabweans for the problems in his country.
The United Nations has issued an official statement on Zimbabwe calling on those in power to respect human rights