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On 9 October 2002, Raymond Majongwe was arrested after a PTUZ strike. He was assaulted in detention. On 11 October, he was released so then managed to get to a doctor for the first time.  
 
On 9 October 2002, Raymond Majongwe was arrested after a PTUZ strike. He was assaulted in detention. On 11 October, he was released so then managed to get to a doctor for the first time.  
On 16 October, he was arrested again, taken to Harare Central, then to Chitungwiza, and then moved "out of town" where he blindfolded, electrocuted and assaulted. On 21 October he was released after the state "failed to make a case". <ref><ref name="Raymond Majongwe"> [https://www.worldpress.org/Africa/2295.cfm], ''Worldpress'', Published: 6 March 2006, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''
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On 16 October, he was arrested again, taken to Harare Central, then to Chitungwiza, and then moved "out of town" where he blindfolded, electrocuted and assaulted. On 21 October he was released after the state "failed to make a case". <ref><ref name="Raymond Majongwe"> [https://www.worldpress.org/Africa/2295.cfm], ''Worldpress'', Published: 6 March 2006, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''<ref>
  
 
In December 2005, on returning from an International Labour Organisation (ILO) workshop on H.I.V. and AIDS, in Nigeria, (he was then the Secretary General of PTUZ and a General Council Member of the [[ZCTU]]) his passport was seized, without any explanation. [[Trevor Ncube]] and [[Paul Themba Nyathi]] also had their passports seized earlier the same month. <ref></ref><ref name="Raymond Majongwe"> [https://www.worldpress.org/Africa/2295.cfm], ''Worldpress'', Published: 6 March 2006, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''
 
In December 2005, on returning from an International Labour Organisation (ILO) workshop on H.I.V. and AIDS, in Nigeria, (he was then the Secretary General of PTUZ and a General Council Member of the [[ZCTU]]) his passport was seized, without any explanation. [[Trevor Ncube]] and [[Paul Themba Nyathi]] also had their passports seized earlier the same month. <ref></ref><ref name="Raymond Majongwe"> [https://www.worldpress.org/Africa/2295.cfm], ''Worldpress'', Published: 6 March 2006, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''

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Raymond Majongwe
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OccupationSecretary General
OrganizationProgressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe.

Raymond Majongwe is the Secretary-General of the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ).[1]

Personal Details

Raymond Majongwe was born in Rusape in 1971. The fifth of 8 children, born to parents who were teachers.

School / Education

No information could be found on his Junior or High School, or any tertiary education.

Service / Career

He wrote for Kwayedza for five years.

Events

On 9 October 2002, Raymond Majongwe was arrested after a PTUZ strike. He was assaulted in detention. On 11 October, he was released so then managed to get to a doctor for the first time. On 16 October, he was arrested again, taken to Harare Central, then to Chitungwiza, and then moved "out of town" where he blindfolded, electrocuted and assaulted. On 21 October he was released after the state "failed to make a case". Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tagCite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tagCite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag<ref name="Teachers Mull Another Tools Down"> [1], Newsday, Published: 13 June 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019

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