Iran exposes Zimbabwe’s lies about sanctions crippling economy

Iran exposes Zimbabwe’s lies about sanctions crippling economy

As a Zimbabwe delegation, led by foreign affairs minister Fredrick Shava, visits Iran, and is showcased the repressive regime’s phenomenal economic and scientific breakthroughs – amidst enduring arguably the most restrictive economic sanctions ever imposed on any nation – the sham about supposed sanctions being responsible for our country’s economic meltdown has been exposed.

ZIM MAN SET FREE OVER ANTI-MNANGAGWA SLUR

A ZIMBABWEAN man is now a free man after authorities opted to withdraw criminal charges against
him, which had emanated from allegations that he had criticised President Emmerson Mnangagwa for
boasting that Zimbabwe had the strongest currency in the Southern African Development Community
(SADC) region.For full report read the below document

ZRP TO PAY ZWL40 MILLION TO TRAUMATISED VENDOR FOR NEGLIGENT DISCHARGE OF FIREARM

ZIMBABWE Republic Police (ZRP) has been ordered to pay ZWL40 million as compensation to an
informal trader, who sued for damages for negligent discharge of a firearm after he was shot by a police
officer three years ago.

CORNERED ZRP PLEADS WITH TORTURE VICTIM TO STAY WAGE GARNISHMENT OVER DELINQUENCIES

THE ZIMBABWE Republic Police (ZRP) has pleaded with a torture victim by asking his lawyers to stop
processes meant to garnish money from the monthly salary of a law enforcement agent as a form of
punishment for his misdemeanours after he severely assaulted a Chitungwiza resident, for allegedly
violating curfew regulations. For full report read the below document.

LAWYERS END HORRIFIC DETENTION OF CHIADZWA VILLAGERS

A ZIMBABWEAN court has ended the horrible detention of more than 10 Chiadzwa villagers in
Manicaland province, who were subjected to horrendous torture and assault, when they were arrested
recently by a joint crack team of Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers and members of the
Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA).For full report read the below document.

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