Rural Teachers' Trial For Criminal Nuisance Postponed To February 25
The trial of leaders of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ), lawyer Douglas Coltart and Simon Drury for criminal nuisance, which was for today has been postponed to tomorrow (25 February). ARTUZ said in a statement:
ARTUZ leadership, lawyer Douglas Coltart and Simon Drury’s trial for criminal nuisance that was scheduled for today has been postponed to tomorrow (25 February) at 1415 hrs in court 6, at Harare Magistrate’s court.
It has been necessitated by the absence of Magistrate Rudo Mugwagwa who has been presiding over the case since last year.Feedback
We look forward for justice to prevail. The dragging of trial in courts since August 2019 is a deliberate act to frustrate our cdes. Justice delayed is justice denied.
Our fight for a living wage is on. We still maintain our demand for US dollar salaries.
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We thank our members, like-minded individuals and organisations who came to court for solidarity today. We encourage you to maintain your support for the workers’ struggle frustrate our cdes.
We encourage you to maintain your support for the workers to struggle through your presence whenever we are prosecuted.
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