Zimbabwe government harasses opposition with arrests, jail


              FILE - Supporters of Zimbabwean main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa greet him upon his arrival at a rally in Harare, Sunday, Feb. 20,2022. Chamisa has attracted considerable attention and followers. In response, police in Harare and other cities have been banning the party's meetings, as well as gatherings of civic organizations and church groups perceived as critical of the government. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, File)
            
              Supporters of the opposition CCC party, led by Nelson Chamisa attend a rally in Harare, Zimbabwe, Sunday Feb. 20, 2022. Chamisa has attracted considerable attention and followers. In response, police in Harare and other cities have been banning the party's meetings, as well as gatherings of civic organizations and church groups perceived as critical of the government. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              Leader of the opposition CCC party Nelson Chamisa addresses supporters at the party's launch rally in Harare, Zimbabwe, Sunday, Feb 20, 2022. Chamisa has attracted considerable attention and followers. In response, police in Harare and other cities have been banning the party's meetings, as well as gatherings of civic organizations and church groups perceived as critical of the government. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
            
              Zimbabwe opposition member of parliament Job Sikhala, centre, attends a political rally in Harare, Zimbabwe, Sunday, Feb 20, 2022. Sikhala has been detained in the harsh Chikurubi prison near the capital, Harare, for almost three months, on accusations of inciting violence. The fiery 50-year-old Sikhala has been arrested more than 65 times in his two-decade of political career but has never been convicted of any crime, said his lawyers. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Zimbabwe government harasses opposition with arrests, jail