The protests, dubbed the ‘21st Movement’, kicked off in January and are part of efforts to put pressure on South Africa as the mediator in the Zimbabwe crisis, to solve the ongoing political crisis.
Organised by MDC-T structures in the Diaspora, the protests have been taking place outside South African consulates and embassies across the globe, including in South Africa, America and the UK.
Protesters from around the world have been calling on the South African government to help solve the ongoing crisis as well as force ZANU PF and Robert Mugabe to honour the Global Political Agreement.
Petitions with these and other demands have been handed over to embassy and consular staff during the demonstrations.
Wednesday is round three of the demonstrations, and the Diaspora is being urged to get involved. SW Radio AfricaPost published in: Africa News