Amnesty International Accuses Zimbabwe Of Killing At Least 10 People During Lockdown

Amnesty International has released a report that claims that the government of Zimbabwe has killed at least ten (10) people during the COVID-19-induced lockdown.

The report, 2020-2021 The State of the World’s Human Rights, says the killed include Paul Munakopa from Bulawayo and Lavender Chiwaya who was an MDC Alliance councillor.

The human rights watchdog is also accusing President Emmerson Mnangagwa of unleashing state security forces to assault journalists, critics including opposition members and human rights defenders. Listen to the Studio7 Audio below for more.

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