LIVE UPDATES: Solidarity March in Harare #Zimbabwe #SolidarityMarch #FreshStart


Military generals came out, thanked the marchers for the support and asked them to go home.


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Addressing the crowd gathered at Zimbabwe Grounds, War vet leader Victor Matemadanda says “Let us now go and deliver the message that grandfather Mugabe and his typist-cum-wife should go home.”



Part of the crowd at State House now dispersing. Not clear what the military guy who addressed them said. Some say they are leaving to go home.


The crowd at State House listening to a military spokesperson.



Part of the group of marchers has arrived at State House and is now sitting, waiting for others to arrive:



There was a bit of lack of coordination in terms of gathering at Freedom Square. The huge crowd that gather there has been making its way back to State House.

Crowd marching to State House from Freedom Square right now:


People leave Freedom Square and head back to State House via Jason Moyo



Protesters arrive at Freedom Square which is the open space by Rainbow Towers, Harare.


Kombi with protesters turned left from Chitepo into Bishop Gaul.


A soldier poses for photos with some ladies at Freedom Square in Harare. Marchers are coming in crowds to Freedom square where a rally to call for Mugabe to resign is scheduled to take place this afternoon.


No police officers in sight in Harare today. It’s the military that are protecting the marchers.



A solidarity March wants Mugabe to rest, now


A crowd stretching several blocks marches down Herbert Chitepo to join other marchers at Freedom Square


Marchers that were at State House now marching back towards town after being addressed. To join other marchers at freedom square.



Robert Mugabe road sign, vandalised and thrown into the trash


More people march to State House from 4th street. Pindula is running a live stream here:



Solidarity Marchers in red clothes



Crowds of thousands of Marchers still making their way to the State House. A lot of marchers have carried their Zimbabwean flags. Carrying a Zimbabwean flag was banned last year after the #ThisFlag protests.


More people march to State House. Lots of excitement. People honking their horns

People with cars playing Jah Prayzah’s new song “Kutonga Kwaro”



A group of marchers is now at State House and they are being addressed. It’s thousands of theme that have arrived at State House




11:00 AM – Marchers have arrived at Freedom Square next to show grounds


Zimbabweans are gathering today at Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield where they will march to State House in solidarity with the intervention by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) and to call for President Robert Mugabe to step down.

Pindula will be giving you live updates of the march as it happens.

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HighfieldRobert MugabeZimbabwe Grounds

Highfield is the second oldest suburb in Harare Metropolitan Province established in 1930. It is popularly known as Fiyo in the local pidgin language (slang) and is located to the southwest of Harare, bordered by Waterfalls, Willowvale, Glen Norah and Southerton. It has been labeled... Read More About Highfield

Robert Mugabe was a politician and the former President of Zimbabwe. He was the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe from 1987 to November 2017. Prior to this, he was the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe since the attainment of independence in 1980. Mugabe resigned from... Read More About Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe Grounds is a stadium in the suburb of Highfields in Harare. It is most known for having hosted the largest political rally in Zimbabwe when Robert Mugabe came to the country to address people on Sunday January 27, 1980. The stadium is used for... Read More About Zimbabwe Grounds

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2 comments on “LIVE UPDATES: Solidarity March in Harare #Zimbabwe #SolidarityMarch #FreshStart

  1. Mugabe must fall…true but for democracy to happen ZANU PF must fall and the generals too, along with their corrupt ideolgy of entitlement. One hopes this will usher in a completely new era.

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