Live Blog: Shutdown Zimbabwe Day 2, 15 January (New Updates)

12PM

Zimbabwe shuts down the internet across the country. All service providers are down.

1130:

We’re receiving reports that the Zimbabwe government has ordered internet companies to shut down the whole internet.


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11AM

  • 4 Major internet providers: Econet, NetOne, Telecel, TelOne all block access to the whole internet. People can call each other but can’t access the internet at all.
  • Soldiers reportedly doing door to door raids

https://twitter.com/MunasheEveristo/status/1085097558224056320

 

Zimbabweans urged to share information about installing VPNs via SMS

https://twitter.com/PatsonDzamara/status/1085101186427117568

10AM

 

8:45AM

8AM

  • There are several reports that the social media sites have been blocked on government controlled networks: TelOne, NetOne and Africom.
  • Reports from Bulawayo, Harare, Mutare, Beitbrigde and Gweru are that the cities are mostly closed as Zimbabweans stayed at home

7AM

  • The Zimbabwe lawyers for Human Rights have issued a statement condemning overnight raids on residence by police and army that took place last night. read more here

 

 

 

 

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3 comments on “Live Blog: Shutdown Zimbabwe Day 2, 15 January (New Updates)

  1. Zimbabweans, what you did in your own yesterday will make you cry your eyes out everyday from today and on. Piece fully Demonstrating was a a good way to do it but greediness overcame the people of Zimbabwe like as usual. Looting and burning buildngs and assets is unacceptable. You have just made your life worse. Good luck to your future.

  2. Zimbabweans were being starved and robbed. Peaceful protests were getting them no where. The fuel prices increased dramatically but work wages remained the same. How were Zimbabweans expected to afford transport, food , homing, school fees? Enough was enough, the Zimbabweans fought back. They may not have done so correctly but they were angry and the government refused to hear their peaceful protest. The blame should fall on the government for pushing their people to act how they did. The Zimbabweans are fighting. The Zimbabweans refuse to stay quiet. If this is what the Zimbabweans must do then so be it. We are fighting.

  3. With all the human and natural resources we have is this what Zimbabwe is worthy really? Many people are certainly question the relevance of the Liberation Struggles,,,,as regards what was it for….and exactly for whom was it …..is this consistent with all other revolutions elsewhere in Africa and across the civilized God Given Wonderful World.

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