STATE WITHDRAWS CHARGES AGAINST DINDE RESIDENT ASSOCIATION VICE-CHAIR

The state has today, Friday 30 July 2021, withdrawn its case against the leader of Dinde Residents Association, Never Tshuma. The reasons for withdrawal were not given. Never Tshuma was arrested on April 15, 2021 for allegations of inciting public violence after Katambe community members stormed Beifa Investments exploration site in defence of their land rights. Never Tshuma was facing two counts of contravening Section 187 as read with Section 36 (1) of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act Chapter 09:23. As part of the bail conditions, Never Tshuma was banned by the court from setting foot in his rural home until the matter has been resolved. As the Centre for Natural Resource Governance, we were convinced that not ...
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We defend the rights of communities affected by extractive industries. We have seen how extractive industries expose rural communities to an avalanche of rights violations which include land and water grabbing, water and air pollution and direct violence by a combined force of state and corporate power. Power responds to power. We believe the power of united, informed, organized and active communities will always prevail over injustices, state and corporates power. Using research, capacity building and advocacy as tools, we strengthen the power of communities to challenge destructive mining and extractive activities and hold governments and corporations accountable.

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