Presented as written by Oluthando Keteyi, and seen on SA Breaking News – goVeza did not write this article:
Internet services have been restored in Zimbabwe following services being shut down since Tuesday in parts of the country.
Civilians in the poverty-stricken country following an announcement of a petrol increase have been protesting.
According to reports internet services, the government limited civilians access to the internet.
Despite the internet being up and running, access to social media platforms has not been restored.
Protest action in the country has seen numerous people arrested and charged with public violence.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s term is one that has seen the country’s economy collapse further, despite him promising that the country under his leadership would boom.
This is the worst violence recorded in Zimbabwe since the post-election protests last year but South Africa insists this matter will be resolved sooner, rather than later.
Mnangagwa has called for “calm and peace” instead of “violence and vandalism”.
Link to full article: https://www.sabreakingnews.co.za/2019/01/17/internet-access-restored-in-zimbabwe/