July 6 - Internet protests turn to the streets in response to fears of economic collapse.
July 7 - As protests spread across the country, dozens are arrested.
July 8 - Despite demands by the government to stop, protests continue to spread across the country. Mugabe blames Western sanctions for the inability to pay workers on time. A two-day strike is threatened to be in place if the government does not meet protester demands.
July 9 - As a result of the protests, the economy cripples further.
July 11 - Evan Mawarire, the protest leader, demands the international community put pressure on the regime.
July 12 - Mawarire is arrested for allegedly "inciting public violence and disturbing peace".
July 13 - A court dismisses charges against Mawarire.
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