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"Use Mass Action to Demand Mayor's Reinstatement"

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"A gross abuse of Local Government Minister Savious Kasukuwere's ministerial authority and a complete waste of the Courts' time and tax payers' money" is how the MDC described the Minister's purported firing of the Mayor of Harare, Ben Manyenyeni; about time Harare residents protect their vote with mass action.
The firing of Ben Manyenyeni, which goes against court decisions and the provisions of the constitution has caused outrage, with one legislator asking, "Where is the Attorney General of Zimbabwe when his client, the government, and its minister continually ride roughshod over not only the law but the Constitution itself? 
"The A.G. must advise his client to respect the courts, the legal process and the Constitution which dissolved the powers that a local government minister used to have and gave them to the residents of municipalities through their elected councils," said Harare West House of Assembly Member, Jesse Majome.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 April 2016 16:24 Read more...
 

Tsvangirai Warns Mugabe "Go Now Or Else"

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 April 2016 19:46
 

Zimbabweans Finally Tell Mugabe To Go

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Updating Live From Harare.

Demonstrators arrived early today following a court order that stopped the police from interfering with the demonstration as they were trying to do.

Marchers remained peaceful as they were address by the MDC-T leadership before marching into the City Centre.  

Last Updated on Thursday, 14 April 2016 18:27 Read more...
 

Mugabe and Gang Have Money in Panama

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One purpose of so-called shell companies is that the money put in them cannot be traced to its owner. A dictator who wants to finance terrorism, take a bribe, or pilfer your nation's treasury can use these bogus entities that allow them to hold and move cash under a corporate name without international law enforcement or tax authorities knowing it is theirs.

Once the money is disguised as the assets of this enterprise - which would typically be set up by a trusted lawyer or crony in an offshore secrecy haven to further obscure ownership - you can spend it or use it for new nefarious purposes.

This is the very definition of money laundering—taking dirty money and making it clean—and shell companies make it possible. They're "getaway vehicles," says former US Customs investigator Keith Prager, "for bank robbers."    
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 April 2016 17:43 Read more...
 

How Stupid Can Any Government Get?

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President Robert Mugabe, whose government is about to close or nationalise any company that does not offer 51% of its shares to indigenous people,  has admitted that Zimbabwe is now importing maize from evicted white commercial farmers who have set up in Zambia.
But he does not see the folly of the so called land reform which saw violent land invasions, and has resulted in the current food deficit. His government is now about to repeat the same mistake with companies.
Speaking at a Zanu PF rally held on Friday at Chipadze Stadium in Bindura, Mugabe said the country was importing tonnes of the staple maize grain from Zambia to plug a deficit after bad weather affected the crop from the current farming season.!
Last Updated on Sunday, 17 April 2016 11:01 Read more...
 

Mujuru: Re-setting the Record Straight

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FB IMG 1458822488875When the MDC-T had successfully cornered ZANU (PF) into being disallowed to hold the 2013 elections without the reforms demanded by SADC and the Africa Union, it only took a simple technical constitutional challenge by one Jealousy MMawarir to undo everything and force the election to be held without the reforms. 

Mawarire claimed to have been working alone but indications are that he was a CIO plant used by Zanu PF to subvert democracy. He is now a member of Joice Mujuru's newly formed Zimbabwe People First party information and media committee and recently wrote Mujuru: Setting The Record Straight on the Daily News extolling the virtues of the former Vice President. Our regular contributor, Jackson Muzivi (L), was not amused and offered this rebuttal, Resetting the The Record Straight.

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 April 2016 21:47 Read more...
 
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