Deputy Attorney General Kumbirai Hodzi has warned civic society groups to used moderate language and to avoid antagonising the government when making petitions. Hodzi commended theElection Resource Centre (ERC) and 14 other civic society for their moderate language when they petitioned the government to amend the electoral act. Said Hodzi at a workshop organised by the Southern Africa Parliamentary Support Trust (SAPST) and the Zimbabwe Institute
For the first time in the history of this country we are impressed by this petition because it was written in professional language with no insults,
If there are issues that you need the Executive to address you use temperate language, but if you begin to shout the Tajamuka/Sesijikile way you will never be heard.
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The Tajamuka/Sesijikile Campaign is a political activist group in Zimbabwe. Their stated objective is to "address problems affecting the youth in Zimbabwe." Its most prominent leader is Promise Mkwananzi. The group gained prominence around 2016 when there were several protests in Harare against the introduction... Read More About Tajamuka