Mass protests in Zimbabwe after fuel prices more than doubled
Monday, 14 January 2019 () Protesters barricaded roads and burned tyres in Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Monday, two days after President Emmerson Mnangagwa raised the price of fuel by 150 percent in response to the worst economic crisis in a decade.
Soldiers patrolled city streets in Zimbabwe on Tuesday and confrontations with angry civilians threatened to boil over, a day after violent protests led to the death of three people, including a police..
Reuters reports Soldiers patrolled Zimbabwe city streets on Tuesday and confrontations with demonstrators threatened to boil over. This comes as the government offered public workers more money a day..
Hundreds of demonstrators marched through the streets of Bulawayo, in Zimbabwe, on Monday, January 14, in a show of anger against a steep fuel price hike implemented by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on..
According to Reuters, France will hold off on rising food prices, until early 2019.
Agriculture Minister Didier Guillaume says that the proposed delay is due to mass protests, that have dominated the..
Sixty-eight Zimbabweans have been treated for gunshot wounds, 17 of whom underwent emergency surgery, after violent protests this week triggered by a steep rise... France 24 - ScienceAlso reported by •Sify •allAfrica.com