A group of Zimbabwean nationals living in the Eastern Cape braved the rain walking from North End to the City Hall to hand over a memorandum of grievance to the city’s new administration.
The group, consisting of about 100 men and women, said their action was linked to to the hardship experienced by millions of Zimbabweans back home.
Mary Mukamuri, one of the organisers, said the Zimbabwe solidarity march was intended to send a clear message to the regime that they were fed up.
“We want a new president. Mugabe must go. We have seen how people suffer back home. People can not even have access to panado. They are dying,” Makamuri said.