There clearly is a new protest political movement emerging in Zimbabwe being propelled substantially by social media. Where this
continues in the long term ( if not suppressed ), and where claimants associated with such movements seek protection in the UK, then current rigid UK asylum country guidance caselaw, CM (EM country guidance; disclosure) Zimbabwe CG  UKUT 59 (IAC), becomes increasingly redundant.
The current question is whether the Home Office together with the Tribunal understand the true nature and extent of the new movement and how it impacts upon claimant’s cases upon application or appeal. Simply put, are they “getting it ”? If not and where the guidance in CM obscures consideration of claims from persons associated with such movements, then there is an inevitable adverse impact upon considerations of risk on return and entitlement to protection for affected claimants.