Fresh charges against GALZ

HARARE - Police on Monday pressed fresh charges against two employees of Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), who were arrested last week after the police raided their offices in the capital.

Police on Monday charged Ellen Chademana and Ignatius Muhambi with contravening Section 33 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act

for allegedly undermining the authority of President Robert Mugabe. The police allege that Chademana and Muhambi displayed a plaque of former

San Francisco Mayor Willie Lewis Brown, in their office in which the African-American denounces President Robert Mugabe’s homophobia against gays and lesbians.

Meanwhile, ZLHR on Monday 24 May filed a complaint against the conduct of the investigating officers in the GALZ case. ZLHR accused the investigating officers led by Gomo of deliberately misinforming them about the whereabouts of their clients.

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