The Zimbabwe Former higher education minister Professor Jonathan Moyo in exile has called on the international community to impose sanctions against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime.
Jonathan Moyo said the sanctions are necessary in the work of the killing of six people as violence rocked Harare after the announcement of the July 30 election results.
The fatalities occurred after soldiers swooped into central Harare shooting at protestors demonstrating against Mnangagwa’s victory in the presidential ballot.
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