‘Soldier Beating Women In Video Is Not a Soldier’, Zimpapers Senior Editor Says

A senior editor at the government-controlled media company Zimpapers has said that the soldier beating women in a video that went viral yesterday is actually not a soldier.

Caesar Zvayi, who is Editor at Large in charge of special projects at Zimpapers has said he does not believe the man is a real soldier. He called for the law to take its course in bringing the man and his plain clothes colleague to book.


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The video which circulated widely yesterday, shows a soldier assaulting three women with a huge stick. It also shows two men being made to crawl on the ground on all fours to some place.

Said Zvayi:

This is barbaric. I suspect Selous Scout tactics. I do not believe these are real soldiers. Putting on military fatigues does not make one a soldier. The ZDF should get to the bottom of this! Whoever these guys are, the law must take its course.


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15 comments on “‘Soldier Beating Women In Video Is Not a Soldier’, Zimpapers Senior Editor Says

  1. Selous Scout! Are they still existing? MDC members are being kidnapped almost every day,and civilians are being beaten by unknown assailants=Selous Scout.But why no members are kidnapped or assaulted? Zimbabwe her children have never tasted peace.From 1980-04-18 up to today (2019-02-04). What we know best is intimidation, kidnappings & false promises.That is ZNA member because the present government is a product of indiscipline army.

  2. If the culprit abusing and molesting innocent women is not a soldier what is he? This Caesar Zvayi should not mislead by making such pronouncents of absolving the criminal from being a soldier. Zvayi shiuldn’t present us to us half baked findings. If it’s not something it defitely must be something else. Facts of denial must correspond with facts of affirmation. Please stop fooling us. This is a very serious matter!

  3. Very correct. Ceaser is right. Real soldiers do not behave the way they are doing on the vedeo. I am confident the ZDF will actually get to the bottom of it. People must just accept anything they are told, they should scrutinise such things they are given. Otherwise they will drink poison. Our ZDF members are professionals, they are not as shown on the video clip. Don’t rule out the work of our enemies. The US and their allies are busy working on regime change in Africa, infact they want to recolonise Africa.

  4. Sorry people must not just accept anything they are told, otherwise they will eat poison. Our media is corrupt. It’s AGENDA SETTING, every day.

  5. You will one day tell the world its them amai vako vamamiswa nxa.Where were you when soldiers pounced on the police then Mugabe achibviswa,when where you on 1august.Nyarara chikomana

  6. you must be a relative of the charambas george and charity same whatsapp grp na ed pfeee open for business my foot tiitire mushe we are not quiet nekuti takapusa mukunzwa simba rehove riri mumvura tisu mvura yacho splash us all you want but we regroup one day is one day haucheke mvura nebanga food for thought ma so called cde

  7. zvawangotaura wega hautendi kuti musoilder i hope uchazvotenda zishamu raakabata rakurova kana musina zvekutaura kungonyarara kwakanaka wani chiiko nhayi

  8. Aizve nana Mai vedu vozvamburwa zvekare….. Zimbabwe has really become a “cursed nation” because of these limitless brutalities committed at the hands of the stewards…wounds of Zimbabweans are opening day in and out even from the revolutionary days the scenario of brutality on the defenseless citizens has not at all changed.

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