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Police battle rioters in Harare (More Pictures)

Police in Zimbabwe’s capital on Monday fired tear gas, water cannons and warning shots during riots by minibus drivers and others protesting alleged police harassment.

Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

The violence, in which 30 people were arrested, came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of increasing economic hardship and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.

An Associated Press journalist saw protesters severely beat two police officers with sticks, then take their uniforms and helmets and wear them.

The riots come before a planned strike Tuesday by state hospital doctors and other government workers who said they will protest the government’s failure to pay their June salaries on time.

Armed Zimbabwean police surround a rioter in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police surround a rioter in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

The protesters blocked roads leading into the center of Harare, forcing many people to walk up to 6 miles (10 kilometers) to get to work. Rioters threw stones at police and vehicles, and some children on their way to school were caught up in the chaos.

Outnumbered police later sought to negotiate with the crowds after failing to disperse thousands of protesters, who were concentrated in Harare’s eastern suburbs. Many rioters were young men who can’t find regular employment and make a living off drivers by charging a small fee to load passengers into minibuses.

Some police were seen firing live ammunition into the air to ward off the crowds. They also brought in police dogs.

A police officer is assaulted by angry protesters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A police officer is assaulted by angry protesters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

The drivers’ grievances stem from anger over numerous roadblocks that police sometimes set up in city streets, which drivers allege are to demand bribes. Police said they had reduced the number of roadblocks after complaints from parliamentarians, tourism operators and others.

Thirty people were arrested for inciting the protests, police spokeswoman Charity Charamba said.

“We have information and intelligence on the identities of some criminal elements who are behind the social unrest,” Charamba said at a news conference.

Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Such acts of defiance and clashes with the police are rare in Zimbabwe, although the government deployed the army against 1998 riots over soaring food prices. Mugabe, 92, has ruled the southern African country since independence from white minority rule in 1980, scoffing at frequent allegations of human rights violations.

Frustrations over rapidly deteriorating economic conditions in Zimbabwe, compounded by dissatisfaction over alleged government corruption and incompetence, have resulted in near-daily protests in recent weeks. On Friday, protesters burned a warehouse at Beitbridge, a busy border post between Zimbabwe and South Africa, over a Zimbabwean decision to ban a wide range of imports.

Armed Zimbabwean police surround rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police surround rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Seventeen people appeared in court on Sunday over the Beitbridge protests and were charged with public violence.

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has been pleading with Western countries to unlock financing for Zimbabwe in the form of loans that were halted close to two decades ago. The financing dried up due to failure to repay debts as well as international sanctions imposed because of concerns over democratic rights.

A police officer is assisted after being assaulted by angry protesters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwes capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A police officer is assisted after being assaulted by angry protesters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwes capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Some recent political protests have been notable for their brazenness. Police said they are looking for Lumumba William Matumanje, a former ruling party activist who used an obscenity to denigrate Mugabe while launching his own political party last week. People have often been sent to jail for such conduct in Zimbabwe.

Rioters battle with Zimbabwean police in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Rioters battle with Zimbabwean police in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Last month, video footage showed an anti-government protester shouting in the lobby of an upscale hotel in Harare and haranguing police until they move in and drag him away. The video shows a protest by activists angry at Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko’s alleged 18-month stay in a $400-a-night hotel suite in the capital, Harare.

Rioters battle with Zimbabwean police in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Rioters battle with Zimbabwean police in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police clash with rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police clash with rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A rioter wearing a police helmet taken from a police officer joins angry protestors in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
A rioter wearing a police helmet taken from a police officer joins angry protestors in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police battle rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police beat alleged rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police beat alleged rioters in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police beat an alleged rioter in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police beat an alleged rioter in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016. Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Rioters battle with Zimbabwean police in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe's capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Rioters battle with Zimbabwean police in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016.Police in Zimbabwe’s capital fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers protesting what they describe as police harassment.The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police detain an alleged rioter in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016, as police in the capital fired tear gas and water cannons to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Armed Zimbabwean police detain an alleged rioter in Harare, Monday, July, 4, 2016, as police in the capital fired tear gas and water cannons to quell rioting by taxi and mini bus drivers. The violence came amid a surge in protests in recent weeks because of economic hardships and alleged mismanagement by the government of President Robert Mugabe. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

 

 

 

 

 

Activist Sten Zvorwadza was charged with threats to commit malicious damage to property and was freed on $200 bail.

The majority of Zimbabwe’s citizens survive on just a dollar a day, the official statistics agency says. Associated Press

  • Ndiyaniko ane mushonga kana anointment water yekurutsisa mapurisa nemasoja mupfuhwira wavakapuhwa na Mugabe

    • Ini Handidi Nhamo

      Hapana mufuhwira they just received their salaries…best thing is to beat them up mumarukisheni plus evicting them from your houses

  • Haisi mhoswa yavo kushandiswa seCondom vasina kuhora

  • Chisingaperi chinoshura, nothng lasts forever, Gaddafffi, Sadam Hussein, Idi Amini, Hosni Mubarak…..the list is growing!

  • Zimbabwe Unite

  • ARMED VS NON ARMED UN MUST ACT

  • mudaro makatopiwa ma air tickets ne ma adress ekwekuno svikira ku middle east nokuti shiri yakuzobvuta rekeni!#Tajamuka#Zvakwana#hokoyo!

  • Pedro Gorosviba

    MaOne! Just like Smith who had brother fight brother

    • SubCommandateMarcos

      What does smith got to with it? He’s dead Rhodesia ended in the 1980…..Mugabe is the new smith and like smith he has to be overthrown

  • ndorwadziwa mbavha dzichinzi Police ini

  • Mhondi dzaMugabe. Satani!

  • But Tazokura mdhara uyu akufa hazvingambomurwadze but family yake yese nema minister ake must pack and go including manyasa nema moskeni hatidi same mistake mu new zim

    • Garwe

      Tribalist should also go

    • worried_zimbo

      YOU MUST STOP THAT THINKING, ITS VERY STUPID, REMEMBER SA, XENOPHOBIA WE DONT WANT IT, NO ONE HAS DONE ANYTHING EXCEPT THE MUGABE GOVENRMNET, LETS FIGHT THE SYSTEM

    • Mavara Azarevhu

      What you are proposing is called xenophobia. You think your Zimbabwean blood is pure. Are Manyasa not people, are they not your neighbour? Did not the Moskeni take our fighters during the war of liberation. Have we not inter married with these people. You should be ashamed of yourself Patrick Mapfeka.

  • Please may those who can identify those police officers with their names and addresses help by letting us know on this platform, they are going to pay the price now, kutsika munhu musoro seizvo fo no good reason, even after 20 yrs if this officer is alive must pay the price.

  • Kuzaphela Zvichapera one day

  • Gvnment must re -visit ( what caused the liberation war ),they wanted freedom and access to everything .Thus what pple want 2day .

  • Yvette Francis Chagonda

  • Fire burn all police & soldier mon ,dem ah used by di government 2 marsh up yo own bredens ,sistren mother’s & fathers fi standing fi deh ryts ,thats wy wi burn politicians & all government ppl fi play with ppls mind never play with ppls mind !!#JUSTICE
    #PEACE

    • makumbe

      Write proper English that translate into a message not this patois.

    • Sellassie Army

      more deh pan.Dirty babylonQAla

  • This so sad, very sad…..

  • Let’s blow the police ye Zanu isinga. Tambiri pay.mamisai after. Work anosiya mboma

  • mapurisa ayo anoda kudirwa paraffin kana petrol kwakauvapisa dzungu rinopera iro kkkkk

  • Mupurisa ayo anoda acid.ndiwo mushonga chete

  • Sgt Munyikwi

    Kune vamwe vangu vari muZRP nemumauto eZimbabweIni ndiri
    mumwe wenyu mumapurisa enyika ino.Ndashanda muchipurisa kwemakore
    anopfuura 15 years.Nhamo iri kuonekwa nemhuri yenyika yangu ndiri
    kuionawo ini (nhamo haisarudze).Nyika yedu yananga kumawere hama
    takatarisa.Vakuru vedu havana hanya neveruzhinji uye havana mazano
    ekuburitsa nyika payave ikozvino.Nyika haivakwe nemunhu one kana bato
    rimwe,tinofanira kushanda pamwe sevana veZimbabwe.Zvino ndinokurudzira
    isu tose tiri mumauto nemuchipurisa kuti tisashandiswa kudzvinyirira
    hama dzedu.Kuguta kwavo kugutawo kwangu newe.Ngatiisewo mboma dzedu pasi
    tisashungurudze avo varikuchemera kuti iwe neni nevana vedu vawane
    ramangwana rakajeka.Parizvino nyika yedu haina ramangwana rakajeka.

    ISU MAPURISA NEMASOJA NGATIREGEDZE KUNYENGEDZWA NEMAFUFU SEMAKONZO.

    Ramangwana revana vedu harina kumira zvakanaka,tingawana pay dzedu pane
    nguva nekuti vanoda kutishandisa asi chifunga paunodonha kufa
    nhasi?Mhuri yako inowana here mari kubva kuhurumende yakadai?Ngatifunge
    ramangwana hama tisanyengedzwe.Vakoniwa varume ava ini ndinoti HAMA
    DZANGU HANDIPONDE,KUPONDERA VASHANDI VEVANHU VATADZA BASA…

    Avo vanoda kuratidzira endererai mberi nekuti yangu tsvimbo hairove mwana,sekuru,munin’ina,hanzvadzi,baba,amai,tezvara…. wangu.Zvikaramba zvakadai by next year nyika yedu inenge yanyura.

    Varume vakabata nyanga havana mazano ekutiburitsa apa.

    TOO PROUD TO ADMIT.

    Ndini mumwe wenyu

    Sgt Munyikwi (tsvimbo yaramba)

    Harare Central….

    • tamama Ndimugabe

      Mwari ave nemwi sajeni

    • worried_zimbo

      very profound Sgt, we know its not all of you who are brutal, unfortunately you are painted with one brush because of the uniform you wear, thank you for the wonderful words, I can see you are very much concerned about the future of the country and the coming generation, the current generation has failed to build let the young ones fight for what was once a beautiful country, other police are just stupid and useless

  • F U police muriimbwa dzevanhu

  • tintin

    When the government now treats the citizens as enemies nxaaaaah

  • Moto Watsva

    It is so so sad indeed !! Note the faces of these police officers !! They should be dealt with! It is only a matter of time! And those with cars , stop giving police officers lifts . If you happen to give one ! Just change your face in the middle of nowhere and drop him off mukati mechakasara !! Tajamuka !!! Kana achakwira yangu mota !! Atsva !!!

    • worried_zimbo

      KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

  • Imbwa dzabhobho kuswero shandiswa pasina pay.hatichadi zanu

  • Imbwa dzabhobho kuswero shandiswa pasina pay.hatichadi zanu

  • Imbwa dzabhobho kuswero shandiswa pasina pay.hatichadi zanu

  • tintin

    Don’t shoot the messenger

    ⚠ *Urgent Message to All Zimbabweans* 🇿🇼🇿🇼🇿🇼

    *(1)* Stop buying *Alpha and Omega* products *Appetina*,Amai Mugabe School or anything from Gushungo holdings it’s owned by *President R.G Mugabe*. Or any of his companies Till he steps down *2018* is tooo far *Sanctions*

    *(2)Stop* 🚫giving business to *RTG Rainbow Hotel old Sheraton Hotel* till *Vice President P Mphoko* resigns and till he is no longer staying there *Sanctions* and stop buying from *CHOPPIES Supermarkets Zimbabwe* or supporting his business. Till he steps down.

    *(3) Minister of Local Government*
    *Saviour Kasukuwere* the corrupt one *Tyson* stop buying fuel at *Comoil* till he resigns *Sanctions*

    *(4)* Take this one serious because it’s our breakthrough as Zimbabweans *ZNA,Airforce, ZRP and ZPS* in Brief all uniformed forces. From today till they rebel against this Government stop offering them a lift from home to work Please take this issue serious all *Kombi drivers and Private vehicles* musatakura tapota. As long as vari in uniform.

    *We need a new independence so lets all unite against this Government*

    *People’s First*, *MDC*s, *Viva Zimbabwe*, *Mavambo Dawn*, *This Flag – Our Flag*, *Tajamuka*

    Hatichada

    *New Zimbabwe Coming Soon* 🇿🇼

    🗣 *No to violence* 🚫

    • Muzukuru Simbanashe Taneta

      We need help in identifying these policeman and if possible their residential addresses. BLACK on BLACK violence. God have mercy

      • Taryn Nefdt

        The thug squad [ZRP] have been violent for years – its about time the ordinary civilians started to defend themselves against ZANU and the ZANU police and the ZANU armies.

  • Jehovah pindirai

  • People a demonstrating kuti police ipihwe pay yavo and ivoo varikurovaa vanhu

  • H thats nt gud

  • Chabvondoka

  • Musharuka

    Mapurisa ngarohwe

    • mastadon

      Fuck the Police.They deserve to have their Butts kicked hard.

  • KidCrystal

    Shame! you all voted for mugabe now reap the benefits of your liberation from oppression by the whites! Ha ha ha ! Enjoy what mugabe has given you !
    No white man can achieve what mugabe has achieved! Totally destroyed a nation !

  • Mina Makoti

    Mapurisa anzi itai violence and put the law into your hands here? Mapurisa arikurova vanhu vachaitwawo sei?

  • go burn down all e police stations first. I think is e good first step pipo

  • go burn down all e police stations first. I think is e good first step pipo

  • mastadon

    anti Cop Fuck the Police.Time to build Petrol Bombs and fight back against these Satanic Murderers.

  • Mpini Ndoda

    iGUKURAHUNDI eyakhulunywa nguFather Zimbabwe,Joshua Nkomo said this Gukurahundi will come back to them…here it comes!!!!!

  • Good Waita

    mapurisa haatinetsi. handiti vagonara kwatinogarwo here? Ngativabatei vapedza duty

  • God bless zimbabwe , in critical times lyk this we need to turn to god

  • God bless zimbabwe , in critical times lyk this we need to turn to god

  • usadheerere

  • deal with the police

  • zvakatanga nemapostori

  • zvakatanga nemapostori

  • winters

    I remember sometime ago being stopped by police at a roadblock and as usual being fined for running a amber light when my vehicle was no more than a few feet from the line when the light changed. I argued for several minutes but it was pointless and I asked the policeman how long he thought he could get away with this theft before the public took action against the police. He looked at me without expression as if to show me he hadn’t even thought about it. I would love to see that officers face today if I asked the same question. I believe that day has come where the public have reached breaking point.

  • This time vakabaya wrong button

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