The Zimbabwean government has just warned warned members of the public against infringing on the rights of others by blocking roads and causing chaos by forcing work bound people to return home. – Herald newspaper
The paper says that the authorities have also also castigated people abusing social media by posting inflammatory statements agitating Zimbabweans to engage in violence and unsanctioned demonstrations.
The government says those engaging in such acts will face the full wrath of the law when arrested.
News Day is reporting clashes between the police and protesters in Mabvuku, Kuwadzana and Chitungwiza.
Protesters are burning tyres and barricading roads, and police are responding by deploying teargas and water, the report says.
— Kgosi Nyathi (@kgosinyathi) January 14, 2019