e to the Criminal Code – ‘employs
any means whatsoever which are likely materially to
interfere with the ordinary comfort, convenience,
peace or quiet of the public or any section of the
public, or does any act which is likely to create a
nuisance or obstruction’. They are currently being
taken to court.
Jenni Williams and Magodonga Mahlangu, who handed
themselves in to the police station in solidarity,
have not yet been fingerprinted or had their
statements taken. Police are refusing to allow the
lawyers access to them. It is also not clear what
these two will be charged with. There is concern that
police may try to detain these two further or take
this opportunity to carry out their death threats on
the two WOZA activists. Lawyers are making an urgent
high court application for their release.
Please keep calling Bulawayo Central Police Station on
+263 9 72515 / 61706 to demand that Williams and
Mahlangu be released immediately and not be harmed.
THE WORLD IS WATCHING THEM.
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