Zimbabwe civilians ‘traumatised’ by unjustified attacks

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A year ago Zimbabwe was supposedly turning a page with the fall of Robert Mugabe.

But in recent days our screens have been filled with pictures taking us right back to the darkest days of the Mugabe era.

New president Emmerson Mnangagwa says claims that security forces tortured and killed protesters will be investigated.

Fresh reports of civilians being beaten by men in black ski masks have led to fears that any promise of a new democracy, is nothing but a false dawn.

Sky’s Africa correspondent John Sparks reports from the opposition stronghold of Bulawayo, which is the country’s second largest city.

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