Human rights groups say Zimbabwean authorities are ‘weaponising the law to target opposition figures’ like Sikhala.
Chris Muronzi is a Zimbabwean financial journalist who served as business editor of the country's largest business weekly, the Zimbabwe Independent, f... or a decade. In addition to Al Jazeera Digital, his work has been published in the Financial Mail, Finweek and Quartz.
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