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Zimbabwe police ready to prevent Job Sikhala and Ngarivhume protests

Job Sikhala

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has affirmed its dedication to upholding peace and security amid concerns over unauthorized protests advocated by former convicts and political figures Jacob Ngarivhume and Job Sikhala. President Mnangagwa has emphasized unity, peace, and national development ahead of the 44th SADC Summit in August.

Ngarivhume and Sikhala have declared their refusal to engage in dialogue with the government and suggested forthcoming actions to disrupt governance, with Sikhala, speaking remotely from an undisclosed location, pledging to soon lead protests.

Police spokesperson Commissioner Paul Nyathi reiterated the force’s commitment to fulfilling its constitutional duty to maintain law and order, stressing the necessity of adhering to legal processes for any activities.

There are allegations that opposition groups and civic bodies, purportedly sponsored by Western nations, are orchestrating unrest to undermine Zimbabwe’s chairmanship of the upcoming SADC summit. Reports indicate opposition leaders recently convened in a neighboring country to finalize these strategies.

President Mnangagwa and Information Minister Dr. Jenfan Muswere have underscored the government’s awareness of attempts to foment chaos, affirming law enforcement’s readiness to apprehend those jeopardizing national stability. Recently, 78 activists from the CCC were arrested for convening an unauthorized gathering in Harare, aimed at planning unlawful demonstrations. They are currently in custody awaiting legal proceedings.

In other news – South African DJ Prince Kaybee given 10 days to pay tax debt or lose property

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has issued a warning to house musician Prince Kaybee, giving him ten working days to settle his outstanding tax debt or face the potential seizure of his assets.

Prince Kaybee, known for hits like “Gugulethu,” allegedly owes more than R2 million in unpaid taxes to SARS, prompting the tax authority to initiate legal action against him. Read More

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