Watch: Zimbabwe Is Not In Crisis, Say Temba Mliswa. Mnangagwa Needs to Address Issues


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Temba MliswaJanuary 2019 Protests

Temba Mliswa is an outspoken Zimbabwean politician and the current Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency having won the by-election on 22 October 2016 as an independent candidate. He is the former current Parliamentary Portfolio Chairman on Mines and Energy. He is a former member... Read More About Temba Mliswa

The January 2019 Protests was civil unrest and riots that occurred in Zimbabwe and the violent response from the government from 14 to 16 January 2019. There are different figures provided on the number of people that died but a common figure is 5, most... Read More About January 2019 Protests

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6 comments on “Watch: Zimbabwe Is Not In Crisis, Say Temba Mliswa. Mnangagwa Needs to Address Issues

  1. The moment you compare killing innocent civilians with leaving the European Union, I stop listening. And for the record both and England are in crisis. The issue is not that of semantics but that of acknowledging that things are not right in Zimbabwe. One week of erratic service delivery and reporting to work is indeed a crisis. Live ammunition used on civilians is indeed a crisis.

  2. Guys lets be honest here… if protesters started killing or attacking police in the US or UK would the government sit back and watch?

  3. Mliswa, you are allowed to keep your mouth shut IF you don’t have anything to say. The whole world is watching and following Zimbabwe crisis. This is so serious.

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