Commissioners inquiring into the Zimbabwe post-election violence this Sunday inspected the ruling party Zanu PF headquarters in Harare, one of the places affected by the August 1 skirmishes.
The commission sought to gather evidence in the ongoing inquiry into the causes of the violence.
Led by the commission’s chair, former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe, the team was shown the extent of the damages and some of the places that were damaged during the violence.
The commission is expected to table its findings and recommendations at the end of this month or beginning of next month, three months after appointment in early September.
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