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student leader kidnapped . . . as security concerns deepen
National Students Union (ZINASU)
May 30, 2007
union continues to mourn the death of democracy in Zimbabwe following
the abduction of yet another student leader, Tellington Kwashira.
Kwashira is the Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) Education
and Research secretary. He was kidnapped this afternoon by ZANU
P.F thugs in Goromonzi farming area, which is located about 30 kilometres
is currently serving his industrial attachment with General Agricultural
and Plantation Workers Union of Zimbabwe (GAPWUZ) was on an official
farm workers assessment visit. He was taken to a ZANU P.F office
in Goromonzi near Ruwa along the Harare - Mutare highway where
he is being detained and being physically and verbally assaulted.
Kwashira is being accused of working in cahoots with the whites
(British) to reverse the land reform programme in Zimbabwe. Lawyers
from the Zimbabwe
Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) are busy trying to rescue him
from jaws of the kidnappers.
Female student leader suspended
of Zimbabwe has suspended Maureen Kademaunga, the out-going
SRC Secretary General for alleged inciting students to demonstrate
over the continued strike by lecturers, high fees and the general
decline in the living standards of students at the college.
Meanwhile, the two student leaders from National
University and Technology, Mehluli Dube and Clever Bere were
released yesterday in the evening. They were assaulted and sustained
some minor injuries.
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