Mnangagwa Swears In Members Of Commission To Look Into August 1 Violence, Killings

President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday, swore in the seven members of the Commission of Inquiry to look into the August 1 violence and killings. At least 6 people died after the military used live bullets to quell a protest by opposition supporters which had turned violent. The seven members of the commission were sworn in at the State House. The members of the commission are as follows:

Members of the commission are as follows:

  • Kgalema Motlanthe, Former President Republic of South Africa, – (Chairperson of the Commission)
  • Rodney Dixon, Queen’s Counsel from the United Kingdom
  • Chief Emeka Anyouko, former Commonwealth Secretary-General from the Federal Republic of Nigeria
  • General Davis Mwamunyange, former Chief of Defence Forces of the Tanzania People’s Defence Force.
  • Charity Manyeruke, Professor of Political Science University of Zimbabwe (UZ)
  • Lovemore Madhuku, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Zimbabwe
  • Vimbai Nyemba, Former President of the Law Society of Zimbabwe

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