Dumiso Dabengwa’s Zapu was evicted from its Bulawayo offices after accumulating $11 000 in rentals.
Zapu deputy spokesperson Iphithule Maphosa confirmed the development to Daily News and said that it had become difficult for them to raise $1 000 for rent hence they did not contest the eviction. He also accused State security agents of interfering in Zapu’s search for new offices and said that one of their would be landlords was intimidated into withdrawing the offer.
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The Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU) is the oldest liberation war party formed in 1961 to oust the Ian Smith regime. Led by son of the soil, Joshua Nkomo, the movement announced guerilla war in 1966 after the party had sent some militants abroad for... Read More About ZAPU
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