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CIO owns abductions car rental company

by Staff reporter
29 Nov 2020 at 19:27hrs | Views
ZIMBABWE's hospitality giant, Impala Car Rental, which has a big footprint in the tourism sector, and is implicated in the abduction and torture of severely traumatised journalism student Tawanda Muchehiwa is owned by the state security service, Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO), The NewsHawks revealed.

An investigation over two months into Impala's affairs and Muchehiwa's abduction in Bulawayo on 30 July shows the car hire belongs to the CIO. The kidnapping occurred a day before the 31 July protests, preceded by a sweeping crackdown on civic and political activists, including journalists, by state security agents.

The NewsHawks have been ordered by Impala Car Rental to retract their story about CIO owning the Car Rental.
Below is a letter from Impala lawyers.

Source - NewsHawks