Call for Alternative Housing for Eviction Victims

Amnesty International accuses Zimbabwe's unity government of failing to provide for victims of a mass eviction blitz five years ago that left 700 000 people destitute

Amnesty International has accused Zimbabwe's unity government of failing to provide for victims of a mass eviction blitz five years ago that left 700 000 people destitute.

Amnesty and the Coalition of Forced Evictions, made up of Zimbabwean groups, call on that country’s government to provide alternative housing or compensation to people left homeless and jobless by Operation Murambatsvina (Drive Out Filth).

In a press statement, Amnesty's Zimbabwe director, Cousin Zilala, argues that, "It is a scandal that five years on, victims are left to survive in plastic shacks without basic essential services."

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Source: 
News24

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