It seems you need only scan the daily press clippings on Zimbabwe to find multiple additional examples of the GOZ's well-orchestrated effort to stifle civil society's expressions of opposition to the misrule and impunity that characterize the present regime. Student leaders at the university in the northeastern Zimbabwean city of Bindura were abducted and interrogated late Wednesday, according to them, by GOZ officials. A member of the opposition political party MDC (Movement for Democratic Change) was also arrested on Wednesday in the town of Gwanda and charged with distributing "subversive ZCTU pamphlets". Not content with the strategy of arrests, beatings and intimidation in response to civil society's demonstrations of their fed-up-ed-ness with the Mugabe regime, a GOZ legislator (and Mugabe nephew) is attempting to have ZCTU leaders removed and replaced by a "new look management" team, an undisguised euphemism for pro-ZANU-PF individuals. Even private sector actors have not been immune to the GOZ's efforts to control dissent, dissent, in this case being merchants' moves to increase the price of food and other commodities in a desperate attempt to keep pace with the rapidly devaluating Zimbabwe dollar. Police in Zimbabwe’s second largest city of Bulawayo have in the past two days arrested scores of shop managers for allegedly hiking prices of basic commodities without approval from the government.