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Mwendaz Gwenzi Jan 15
Disturbing scenes in . This is criminal at the least! ***PLEASE SHARE TO RAISE AWARENESS***
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Pray for Zimbabwe Jan 15
Today, somewhere in someone could not sleep due to pain from a near death beat up and their cellphone has NO network. They cant tell their family and world they need help BUT you can!! Please retweet and spread the word to help
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Charles Onyango-Obbo Jan 15
shuts down internet as protests enter 2nd day. No internet, no forex, no fuel, no medicine, no food, no water, no salary, no honest election, no Mugabe. What next, no Crocodile?
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herbert moyo Jan 14
Protesters stone a police officer in Bulawayo protests. Cry My Beloved Country
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The Muthoka® Jan 15
HARARE: Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has shut down Internet in , his soldiers are going door-to-door terrorising civilians, making arrests and using live ammunition on defenseless civilians!!! Several deaths reported.
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Harriett Baldwin Jan 17
Deeply concerned by reports of violence, fatalities, internet shutdown and security crack-down this week in . I summoned Ambassador to to discuss concerns in person.
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KwaAuntie Peggy 🇿🇼 Chuma Hwai Jan 18
I know you probably don't care about a little Southern African country called ... but I bet you care about human life, right? Well, the government there shut off internet access and is killing people there RIGHT NOW. It's a HUMANITARIAN CRISIS! Please RT for awareness 🙏🏾
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Doug Coltart ✊🏽🇿🇼 Jan 15
Replying to @DougColtart
📷 A brave soul managed to capture this photograph of the military operation currently underway in Harare’s high-density townships. Soliders are going door-to-door beating people. They’re taking people’s phones from them and detroying them.
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Iam word✍it is written Jan 16
She's on fire. How do we save her? 🕯🕯🕯 Full link➡
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UN Human Rights Jan 18
: We are deeply troubled by the socio-economic crisis that is unfolding & the repression of protests, following the decision to increase fuel prices. We urge Gov. to find ways of engaging with the population about their legitimate grievances. 👉
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Ms _Gupta🇿🇦 Jan 13
Zimbabwe's problem was not Mugabe. The problem is ZANU. Just as Zuma was never our problem ours is the ANC. Let that sink in.
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Teldah Mawarire Jan 15
I am informed the govt of has just named activists & citizens & NGOs by name as terrorists on national TV for mobilizing and supporting the stay away. This could mean mass arrests & brutality.Please retweet,inform the world.
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David Coltart Jan 16
Is there any sane, honest, professional diplomat, businessperson or democratic leader who still believes that ZANU PF and Mnangagwa are truly committed to reforming ? The tragic events of the last 48 hours surely have finally opened the eyes of everyone.
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Kudzai  🇿🇼/🇿🇦 Jan 15
No matter where you are in the World, where you are from, race, gender, nationality, religion etc ..... ZIMBABWE NEEDS YOU😭 THE WORLD MUST KNOW ,WE NEED YOUR PRAYERS 🙏 THEY ARE KILLING US💔 WE NEED YOUR VOICE!!!
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Prof. Mthuli Ncube Jan 15
Reengaging and strengthening economic ties with as we focus on rebuilding economy.
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Todd Moss Jan 12
yet again trying to defy market forces by diktat. Fuel set at $3.11 for locals, $1.32 for foreign bodies, and companies aren’t supposed to pass on higher costs to consumers. What could go wrong??
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U.S. Embassy Harare Jan 17
Statement in response to civil unrest provoked by fuel shortages and price hikes in :
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Amienata Kamara Jan 18
Is the world asleep? is crying out for help! Action is need to stop this outrage. How much longer are these people going to undergo the pain being inflicted on them. Intervention is needed NOW! We need to stop this inhuman behaviour in
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Prof. Steve Hanke Jan 17
Is open for business? No! With no trust in Mnangagwa govt's ability to pay, pilots demanded cash instead of taking credit risk. Then, Zim couldn't even wire the money because it shut down the internet to quash the protests. This is what a failing gov't looks like, folks
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Doug Coltart ✊🏽🇿🇼 21h
🚨 The president of ARTUZ has just been abducted from his home. On the phone he said to me “I’m not ok, they’re breaking in”.... Please retweet to raise the alarm.
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