Zanu abuse website goes live

A website exposing Zanu (PF) abuse went live this week.

The website,, hosts graphic images, videos, and first-hand testimony of abuse committed in the name of Zanu (PF) against the party’s political opponents.

The website also provides biographies of Zimbabwe Republic Police leaders and other perpetrators of abuse, the names and location of Zanu(PF)’s ZRP provincial deployments, and a list of people who have been granted farmland.

The evidence is compiled into a database that can be searched by name, district, province and institution. A statement on the website’s homepage reads: “To date, the perpetrators of genocide, mutilation, sexual abuse, ethnic cleansing and murder continue to live amongst the surviving victims. They continue their abuses with impunity. Whilst there has been a temporary reprieve since the formation of the so called Government of national unity…the mechanisms of state terror remain in place.”

The organisers behind the website claim to have access to more controversial information that they hope to reveal.

“What you are currently viewing on this web site is just small beginnings. There are massive amounts of data in the form of victims’ testimony, video and pictures to come forth,” a statement on the website reads.

The evidence will be uploaded to the website on an ongoing basis and the website’s founders are urging Zimbabweans to spread the message and send in all evidence and testimony that they know of.

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