Tanzanian protest fails amid heavy police presence

Anti-government protests organised through social media against new cyber laws have been prevented in Tanzania.

    Anti-government protests organised through social media against new cyber laws have flopped in Tanzania after authorities deployed heavy police presence in the streets and threatened to use force.

    Critics have raised concerns about violations of free speech and human rights.

     

    Raheela Mahomed and Leah Harding report.


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