Zimbabwe union leader still missing after suspected abduction

World The Guardian

Activists fear Peter Magombeyi was kidnapped by state agents for role in doctors’ strike Concerns are growing for a doctor and labour activist in Zimbabwe who remains missing more than 48 hours after his abduction by suspected state security agents. Peter Magombeyi, the acting president of the Zimbabwean Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA), disappeared at around 10pm on Saturday. The union leader sent a short message to colleagues saying he believed he was being kidnapped before all communications ceased. Continue reading... …

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