SENIOR STAFF WRITER
firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) have expressed hope that the visiting South Africa envoys will catalyse the beginning of an inclusive national dialogue, the Daily News reports.
“Our hope is that the South African envoys and the whole global solidarity will catalyse the beginning of such a truthful, loving and mutually inclusive national dialogue process. Let such global solidarity awaken the convergence of the agency to build the Zimbabwe we want,” ZHOCD said.
ZHOCD added that the arrest and persecution of journalists and civil activists who amplified and detailed the depth of corruption, is worrying.
“The continued persecution of activists, some of whom have been tortured and treated inhumanely while others are still in hiding for fear of similar treatment, is a cause for concern.“The violent presence and involvement of the army in a sphere that must be taken care of by the police is also a worrying development since the beginning of the new dispensation in November 2017.”