14 Jul 2016 at 15:58hrs
Just to let you know I'm safe. The struggle continues Citizens. #ThisFlag
14 Jul 2016 at 15:56hrs
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State media might have missed events at Harare Magistrate's Court yesterday #ThisFlag
14 Jul 2016 at 13:48hrs
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A picture of Zimbos in the diaspora supporting #ThisFlag
14 Jul 2016 at 13:25hrs
God bless everyone who contributed. Thank you to the individuals, families and organisations who contributed— Human Rights Lawyers (@abammeli) 14 July 2016
14 Jul 2016 at 13:09hrs
14 Jul 2016 at 12:36hrs
Dabengwa has said during his time as Home Affairs Minister he encouraged the police to treat and handle the public with respect and serve them well.
"In my time police were taught manners" said DD
14 Jul 2016 at 12:28hrs
"In Makokoba, police threw teargas canister at one house and it landed on a bed causing fire. Is that law?"
"Police should know what the law says, uphold that. Police must not to be directed by politicians," Dr Dabengwa
14 Jul 2016 at 12:25hrs
Zapu Leader, Dr Dumiso Dabengwa today, in an interview with Radio Dialogue said Zapu recently visited Burombo Hostels and Residents narrated the horrific experience by police. Eg throwing tear gas inside flats
14 Jul 2016 at 12:18hrs
85 protestors out of the 88 have been bailed. 3 protestors still require bail #Bulawayo
14 Jul 2016 at 12:01hrs
DRAMATIC events unfolding in Zanu-PF point to fresh and spirited attempts to reassign or kick out of the ruling party Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa who has already lost considerable ground to his nemesis in the past few months, the Financial Gazette has gathered. read more
14 Jul 2016 at 11:53hrs
MDC-T youth leaders James Chidhakwa has said "as MDC youth we are not deterred by the police"
14 Jul 2016 at 11:32hrs
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The MDC leader has said: "Do we really conclude that if somebody is sick, he necessarily is out; can we be so conclusive that when people fall sick that will be the end of the story? We don't work like that. Sickness is a temporary affliction, which one can overcome.
"How many people have fallen sick and have recovered from their sickness and what has that to do with handing over leadership? What has the leadership to deal with sickness?"
14 Jul 2016 at 10:55hrs
According to a Zimbabwean woman, @colleenchifamba, living in Australia, "Zimbabweans in Melbourne have been granted permission to have a #thisflag prayer meeting in the city on Saturday morning. 💃💃💃 "
14 Jul 2016 at 10:03hrs
But the protestors keep singing and toi toi-ng
14 Jul 2016 at 09:54hrs
#ShutDownZimbabwe protests taking place in Harare this morning
14 Jul 2016 at 09:49hrs
#ShutDownZimbabwe2016 protestors are along 1st Harare right now!
14 Jul 2016 at 08:54hrs
On Tuesday someone paid for 28 people directly at the court
14 Jul 2016 at 08:15hrs
The chain supermarket SPAR has come under attack for opening on Thursday while some Zimbabweans are calling for #ShutDownZimbabwe2016.
SPAR is being attacked after posting on Facebook:
"Its Thursday !!!! How are you today ?? Come through at the Bridge Bistro for a free dessert with any burger/wrap/pizza (ask waiter for options) SPAR Bridge Bistro gives you healthy desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth !!! Tag a friend !!!!,
@VersfeldNicolle responded on Twitter saying "@SparZW seriously? Again??? Why don't you observe the call to #ShutDownZimbabwe2016"
Another user @zim_patriot said "@SparZW we the people find it disgusting that you have not shutdown! We don't forgive and we don't forget! #ShutDownZimbabwe2016 #ThisFlag"
14 Jul 2016 at 07:47hrs
Godbless the pastor who was relseased may all the affected be released. By bhekisipho. Emzansi we support u guyz power to the people. More fire pe...
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14 Jul 2016 at 06:54hrs
In Bulawayo 54 people, who were arrested during the July 6 Stay Away, including women and children are failing to raise bail of $80 each.
14 Jul 2016 at 06:37hrs
According to the British Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC) Thursday report. The #ThisFlag Pastor Mawarire, soon after being set free yesterday, quickly called on people of Zimbabwe to keep protesting.
"Let's all shut down and send a message to our government that enough is enough, we need changes in very simple things, in very simple areas.
"And our protest - non-violent, non-inciting, stay-at-home, is the best because it is within the confines of the law".