Zimbabwe’s mobile phone networks and internet have been partially shut down amid on-going protests.…

Please log in or register to like posts.
Nuus
Zimbabwe’s mobile phone networks and internet have been partially shut down amid on-going protests.…

Zimbabwe’s mobile phone networks and internet have been partially shut down amid on-going protests. Banks, schools and businesses remain shut, a day after deadly protests erupted over a sharp increase in the price of fuel. Several people were killed and some 200 arrested during yesterday’s protests, which followed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s decision to hike the price of fuel by a massive 150 percent, amid fuel shortages. An MP from the opposition MDC alliance, Kukaka Buloo, says the situation is volatile.


Reactions

0
0
0
0
0
0
Already reacted for this post.

Reactions

Nobody liked ?

3 comments on “Zimbabwe’s mobile phone networks and internet have been partially shut down amid on-going protests.…

  1. So sad how in this day & age African Governments are still treating it’s citizens while leaders and their families live the European lifestyle. Time to stand up and fight for true justice for all Africans.
    I salute all of thoes who stood up for their rights in Zimbabwe. While my condolences go out to the families who ‘lost’ loved ones in yesterday’s protest.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.