SW Radio Africa News Stories for Wednesday 21st November 2012
Archive for November 21st, 2012
SW Radio Africa News Headlines Wednesday 21st November 2012
Alex Bell looks at a crucial development in the fight for the restoration of the Southern African Human Rights Tribunal. She speaks to former Chegutu farmer and activist Ben Freeth about the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights decision to hear his complaint about the suspension of the Tribunal.
MDC-T youth assembly President Solomon Madzore talks about his long ordeal inside the notorious Chikurubi maximum security prison. The youth leader served 13 months of incarceration, without a conviction, after being charged with the murder of police Inspector Petros Mutedza. He was released on bail last week.
Zindoga, a vendor in Mbare Musika, says ZANU PF thugs Chipangano are back, terrorising vendors and commuters, looting and robbing them. They also force all vendors to attend daily ZPF morning meetings in community hall nearby; while Nikisi says violence is escalating in most rural Masvingo and Mashonaland Central provinces where ZPF is out in full force terrorising & forcing people to join their party as they try to re-build their party structures; and Joe says in Mt Darwin the so called Presidential Food Aid is only given to ZPF active party members.