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Harare street vendors and taxi drivers protest police harassment

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Uploaded on Jan 31, 2012

On Wednesday 11th January 2012, local police in Harare undertook an action to disrupt street vendors by confiscating their goods. Police claim they were operating illegally as they have not paid business taxes. SW Radio Africa is, however, reliably informed that even vendors with licenses are raided and police confiscate their goods. ZANU PF thugs also demand daily fees from them. The level of anger against the police can be clearly seen in the video as vendors throw objects at the police.
The second part of the video shows taxi drivers in driving around in circles stopping traffic in protest at the level corruption. They claim police are frequently demanding bribes from them.

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