Thank you, honourable member.
At the moment we understand that the Zimbabwean government has a strong hold on all the infrastructure, whether it's telecoms, the media or the national television, including the mobile networks. As far as we understand, it's a case of people being targeted when they try to protest together or bring awareness through social media. I think Ms. Tsitsi Gadza did speak to abductions, people being raped for being activists. You would think because of independence in journalism that reporters would be out of touch and out of reach, but the Zimbabwean government has been able to take Hopewell and put him in prison just for bringing light to the truth.
In response, I would say that the government is heavily involved in all the media platforms in Zimbabwe, which affect and bias the response from the Zimbabwean people.