A) said Zimbabwe would see more spontaneous action by the individual groups working in a non-violent way.
Although the groups could not elaborate on dates it’s reported that the demonstrations will continue this week.
CHRA Chairperson Mike Davies said the situation was getting so bad that it was affecting everybody, irrespective of their political persuasion. “So we see a broader protest developing which includes co-relating around residents issues, or gender, education or health.” He said that because of the repressive system in the country localized protests won’t change the regime which continues to use violence against the people. But he said progressive forces need to seek a diversity of tactics to respond.
CHRA will continue with its sewage and rubbish dumping protests.- SWRadio Africa
HARARE - Pro democracy groups in Zimbabwe have pledged to continue with their protests for change. In separate interviews, the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA), The Zimbabwe National Student Union (ZINASU), Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) and the Combined Harare Residents Association (CHR