On Wednesday, a hearing will happen at the Constitutional Court in Harare, where the court will hear a challenge to Zimbabwe‘s recent election results. Several streets have been closed and protests are likely. Protests could turn violent without warning, so travellers are advised to avoid the area.

Travel advice

  • Avoid the Central Business District of Harare,
  • Avoid any other demonstrations, large crowds of people and public events.
  • Review your travel risk management plan, so you know what to do in an emergency.
  • Make sure you have the contact information of your travel insurance company and your local embassy stored in a secure offline location.
  • Monitor local media.
  • If possible, set aside some supplies of food and bottled water.
  • Keep your devices charged.
  • Check in with friends and family.
  • If something does happen, contact the local embassy as soon as it is safe to do so.

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