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Bishop Ancelimo Magaya and at least 36 worshippers were arrested by the police, who claimed that their gathering was political.
Chamisa told The Standard in an exclusive interview yesterday that CCC would not stand by while its members were being victimised.
Mnangagwa has in recent weeks vowed that “sell-outs” would not be allowed to rule Zimbabwe.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government is becoming even more heavy handed in dealing with dissent than the autocratic Mugabe, who ruled with an iron fist for about four decades.
Masaraure, the president of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz) , was arrested on June 14 at the Harare Central Police station where he had gone to report as part of his bail conditions.
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