The minister says it remains South Africa’s resolve to continue the pursuit for consultative solutions to address the existing socio-economic challenges and to contribute to the wellbeing of all Zimbabweans.
Among those targeted was prominent Zimbabwean investigative journalist Hopewell Chin’ono who is still in police custody.
‘Typically, the regime lashes out whenever there is a threat to their hold in power. It happens in waves,’ said Mduduzi Mathuthu, who is in hiding.
‘We will overcome attempts at destabilisation of our society by a few rogue Zimbabweans acting in league with foreign detractors,’ he said.
The Embassy has hit back at the ‘pretentious’ EFF for ‘attempting to rewrite history and having the audacity to teach Zimbabweans about the land question’.
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