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End Police Brutality: WALPE

HARARE - The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) say they are deeply concerned and expresses sorrow regarding the arbitrary arrest of 29 women political activists and 50 others, as well as the inhuman and degrading treatment they endured during and following...

CSOs Demand Release of Detained Female Activists

By Rumbidzai Mutomba HARARE- Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) say they are deeply disturbed by the unjust arrest of 29 young women political activists, who are part of the 79 activists arrested at a Harare residence on June 16, 2024. Following the appearance of the activists in...
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End Police Brutality: WALPE

HARARE - The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) say they are...

CSOs Demand Release of Detained Female Activists

By Rumbidzai Mutomba HARARE- Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) say they are deeply disturbed by the...

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