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See no evil, speak no evil

See no evil, speak no evil
PRISONERS: Chin’ono and Ngarivhume with jail guards (source –Twitter)

If plans by the current regime to criminalise campaigning against the country and government come to pass, I have no doubt that many will have criminal records.

Last week, acting Information Minister, Sithembiso Nyoni announced that cabinet had approved recommendations by the cabinet committee on National Peace and Reconciliation. This included banning of hate speech, placing political parties under a uniform code of conduct and criminalizing campaigns against the country.

These will, however, go through the normal process of parly debates and voting before being passed into law. And si...

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