Mnangagwa given a 30 November ultimatum

President Emmerson Mnangagwa dancing into his second term


The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights has issued President Mnangagwa a 30 November ultimatum to appoint commissioners to the Independent Complaints Commission.

Mnangagwa has dragged his feet for more than a year, depriving citizens of protection envisaged by the constitution.

The commission is mandated with receiving, investigating and providing remedies to complaints from aggrieved members of the public about the security services.

In a letter written to President Mnangagwa on behalf of Harare resident Nesbert Munyuki, lawyer Kossam Ncube protested that Mnangagwa has spent more than a year since enactment of the Independent Complaints Commission Act in October 2022, without appointing commissioners.

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