Presidency confirms envoys to head back to Zimbabwe amid alleged human rights violation reports

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About 150 people previously protested outside the Zimbabwean Cape Town Consulate.
About 150 people previously protested outside the Zimbabwean Cape Town Consulate.
Tariro Washinyira, GroundUp

The Presidency says that three special envoys to are set to return to Zimbabwe following growing reports of alleged human rights violations.

"The envoys are due to return to Zimbabwe to engage with other stakeholders and will finalise their report to the president after those and other engagements have taken place," spokesperson Tyrone Seale told News24 on Monday.

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