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Zimbabweans WARNED – ANYONE WHO SHARES PICTURES FROM #ShutDownZim to be ARRESTED – POTRAZ

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Zimbabweans WARNED – ANYONE WHO SHARES PICTURES FROM #ShutDownZim to be ARRESTED – POTRAZ… According to this message going viral on social media Zimbabweans will have their numbers deactivated if caught sending messages with pictures supporting the #Tajamuka Team…. The message reads…

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) together with all the telecommunications service providers in Zimbabwe have noted with concern, the gross irresponsible use of social media and telecommunication services made through our infrastructure and communication platforms over the past few days.

We would like all Zimbabweans to know that we are completely against this behaviour and therefore advise that anyone generating, passing on or sharing such abusive and subversive materials which are tantamount to criminal behaviour, will be disconnected and the law will take its course.

All sim cards in Zimbabwe are registered in the name of the user. Perpetrators can easily be identified.

We are therefore warning members of the public that from the date of this notice, any person caught in possession of, generating, sharing or passing on abusive, threatening, subversive or offensive telecommunication messages, including whatsapp or any other social media messages that may be deemed to cause despondency, incite violence, threaten citizens and cause unrest, will be arrested and dealt with accordingly in the national interest.

Potraz

 

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  1. Xeno Nv

    09/07/2016 at 3:09 pm

    Start a tactical team and take out those corrupt bastards one by one.

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