According to a Beitbridge Border Post Official that spoke to The Herald, it was business as usual at the border yesterday as there were no protestors who showed up to carry out the Beitbridge Blockade.
The official told the state media that:
We went about business at the border without any crowd trouble. It is business as usual and the police are busy on the ground enforcing level 2 lockdown regulations.
ZRP National Police Spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi also confirmed the development that it was business as usual in Beitbridge and said:
Zimbabwe and the border remained peaceful throughout the day. We encourage people to live by the laws of the land and peacefully.
The Beitbridge blockade was being organised by pressure groups in South Africa and EFF Zimbabwe after the Zimbabwean government threatened, arrested, tortured and abducted people who were planning and or who were involved in the 31 July protests.
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