Thursday, 7 July 2016

Job boycott shuts down much of Zimbabwe as discontent grows - #ShutDownZimbabwe2016

Zimbabwe: A job boycott has shut down most of Zimbabwe as discontent deepens over increasing economic hardships in the southern Africa country.

Streets in the capital, Harare, and other cities were deserted Wednesday as workers, including teachers and doctors, heeded the call by activists on social media with the hashtag #ShutDownZimbabwe2016.

Police detained several journalists and forced them to delete pictures of skirmishes between police and Harare residents.
Job boycott shuts down much of Zimbabwe as discontent grows
Acts of defiance and clashes with the police are rare in Zimbabwe, but protests have surged in recent weeks over growing economic hardship and alleged government mismanagement.

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Government workers who are yet to receive their June salaries boycotted work on Tuesday.

Police in Harare on Monday battled rioters protesting alleged police harassment. Times of India News Copyright © Africa 24 News. All rights reserved. Distributed by Africa Metro Global Media ( To contact the copyright holder directly for corrections — or for permission to republish or make other authorized use of this material, Click Here.

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