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Budiriro 26 granted bail

The CCC activists had spent two weeks in remand prison..
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 28, 2023

CCC slogan same as Zanu PF’s: Lawyer

The 25 CCC activists are accused of chanting party slogan: “Ngaapinde Hake Mukomana (the young man must get into power).”
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 25, 2023

CCC teen activist trial to be held in camera

They are represented by Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum lawyers.
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 20, 2023

CCC activists remanded in custody to today

The bail application will continue after the determination of the application for the matter to be heard in camera.
By Desmond Chingarande Jan. 18, 2023

Police crackdown on CCC, leaders arrested

Anti-riot officers besieged Machinguta’s house, stopped a private internal party meeting and barricaded the road leading to his residence.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 15, 2023

CCC activists trial stalls, again

The accused persons and other activists reportedly pulled down Violet's market table at the gate, produced a whip and assaulted one Gloria Madhlula on the legs.
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 24, 2022

CCC activists trial starts

Two witnesses testified when the trio appeared before Gweru magistrate, Miriam Banda.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 29, 2022

Water relief for Gweru residents

Clifton Park falls under Mkoba constituency whose legislator is Citizens Coalition for Change's Amos Chibaya.
By Stephen Chadenga Aug. 31, 2022

CCC cries foul as Chamisa is blocked

The rally was scheduled for Pfumojena Stadium and had been  cleared by the police, but the local municipality cordoned off the area and barricaded it with sealing tape used at crime scenes.

By The Standard Jun. 19, 2022