Govt Crackdown On Activists Continues With 2 More Arrests

The government of Zimbabwe has continued its crackdown, civic organisation leaders, after the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) made two more arrests on Monday.

The Director of Female Prisoners Support Trust Rita Nyampinga and Stabile Dewa, and the Director of Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence were arrested on arrival at the RGMI Airport on their return from attending a workshop in the Maldives.

They were taken to Harare Central Police Station for further investigations and will appear in court soon.

The government accuses the activists of having undergone training on how to mobilise anti-government protests.

Only last week, five other activists were arrested on their return from the Maldives and have since been charged with attempting to subvert a constitutionally-elected Government.

More: The Herald

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