Mugabe lambastes Mawarire #ThisFlag

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has spoken out against Pastor Evan Mawarire for the first time since #ThisFlag protests started earlier this month.

The spotlight has been on Zimbabwe after Mawarire used social media to galvinise Zimbabweans to speak out and stand up against injustices that citizens are suffering under Mugabe's regime.

Last week, he was released after charges of inciting public violence against him were dropped in the Harare Magistrate's Court.

702's John Robbie spoke to editor of the Africa Report, Crystal Orderson to get more details.

Listen to the clip below:

He has attacked the pastor, saying he is being funded by foreign government and questioning whether he's a man of God.

Crystal Orderson, Africa Report Editor

Speaking to Redi Tlhabi from an undisclosed location in South Africa recently, Mawariwe lauded Zimbabweans for owning their destiny and 'finding their voice' saying they have embarked on a new journey to take ownership.

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