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Text of report by London-based Zimbabwe independent SW Radio Africa on 8 February
Police stood-by as ZANUP PF [Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front] youths in Bulawayo temporarily took over an apartment block, chanting indigenisation slogans, to prevent the Indian owner from evicting tenants over unpaid rent.
Last Thursday the group of up to 40 ZANU PF supporters gathered outside Elons Court at the corner of Third Avenue and Main Street, chanting party slogans and waving placards written '51 per cent Indigenisation.'
It's understood the Indian owner wanted to evict tenants who had not been paying their rent and also wanted to renovate the …