WOZA Women Released: 5 nights in hell

We’re relieved to hear that the final four members of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) have finally been released.

Jenni Williams and Magodonga Mahlangu have collectively been arrested more than 50 times for their peaceful protests, demonstrations and other activities designed to call attention to the grave injustices taking place in Zimbabwe.

But this most recent stint in jail ranks as the most hellish prison conditions that these two veteran activists have seen yet!  Here’s what WOZA is saying about the prison conditions in Zimbabwe.

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12 thoughts on “WOZA Women Released: 5 nights in hell

  1. It is so great to hear such uplifting news. This type of news is what keeps igniting the fight for human rights.

  2. It is so great to hear such uplifting news. This type of news is what keeps igniting the fight for human rights.

  3. I am delighted that all these detained women were released and that we supported them to obtain their release.

    David MacLean

  4. I am delighted that all these detained women were released and that we supported them to obtain their release.

    David MacLean

  5. It is so great to hear such uplifting news. This type of news is what keeps igniting the fight for human rights.

  6. It is so great to hear such uplifting news. This type of news is what keeps igniting the fight for human rights.

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