Zimbabwe from all major cities and towns on Monday engaged in a collective mass protests against the increased fuel price, collapsing economy and high cost of living.
In Harare protestors flooded the streets calling for the government to fix the economy.
Doug Coltart @DougColtart
#HappeningNow in Harare
The masses are speaking out…
– NO to massive fuel price hikes
– NO to the failed Bond Note
– NO to the exploitative 2% tax
– NO to corruption
– YES to NONVIOLENT ACTION
– YES to UNITY
– YES to a New Zimbabwe #ShutdownZimbabwe
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In Bulawayo all raods leading to the Central Business District were closed with commuter Omnibuses parked. Any car that carried people was stopped by protestors and drivers beaten. School children were turned on their way to school and told to go back home.
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Early in the morning, tyres were burnt to barricade Kami road
Chalton Hwende (MP)@hwende
#StayAwayUpdate Khami Road Byo. Public burning tyres and barricading roads
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