In Pictures: Harare Human rights march

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On Tuesday the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) hosted a march through the streets of Harare in belated commemorations of the December 10 International Human Rights Day.

ALL PICTURES BY AARON UFUMELI

Here, Civic society organisation (CSO) and ZHRC representatives and members of the public, are captured marching in song a dance from the ZHRC offices to Harare Gardens.

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Compiled by Tapiwa Zivira

2 thoughts on “In Pictures: Harare Human rights march”

  1. Moe_Syszlak says:

    Respect diversity. Couldn’t agree more. When leaders of nations preach hate, you wonder what century are we in.

  2. Thumani says:

    It is a terrible thing that the government go around destroying people’s houses on the basis that the houses were built there illegally. It is known that in some cases powerful officials where involved in selling those stands and in other cases Municipalities and Councils were involved too. I think the right thing is to put the documentation (for these stands and houses) in order, regularize the process and let the houses stand. If corrections must be made regarding building standards then give the owners time to make those correction. Destroying the houses would be double jeopardy – the people already lost money to conman and now the same people would lose their house at the hands of their own government. By the mercy of God please spare the houses.

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