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Zimbabwe Opposition Defiance As Regime Collapses Under Own Corruption

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DzivaMDC executive Job Sikala addressing what Herald Reporter Prosper Dembedza described as a handful of party supporters at Dzivaresekwa at the weekend.

This desperate propaganda effort is exposed in this video, just as the regime propaganda chief's attempt to say that direct threats made against other members of the regime were "political banter" were exposed in a BBC interview.

In fact the acrimony in what has been described as the sunset party has now reach such a crescendo .that Zanu (PF) officials are now feared to be training militia to protect themselves from other senior members who control the armed forces and the agents.

Last Updated on Sunday, 24 May 2015 17:19 Read more...
 

Skeptical About Brazilian ZimAsset Loan to Zimbabwe

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BrazilMoney down the drain? President Robert Mugabe at ceremony to receive Brazilian soft loan equipment from Ambassador Marcia Maro Da Silva

Zimbabweans are sceptical about the $98 million agricultural machinery and equipment loan from the Brazilian government which was received by President Mugabe and is destined for his Zanu (PF) cronies.

A social media activist Alois Matongo, said this amount would be in addition to the $1.3 billion loan extended to the same cronies by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and which was recently transferred by Parliament for the taxpayers to settle.

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Prof Moyo: Grace's 'Flies Won't Eat Mujuru Carcass' Was Banter

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Jonathan Moyo shows how far he is willing to go to defend the indefensible on international television - Hardtalk.

He denies the need for change in Zimbabwe, saying that Zanu (PF) is still implementing the agenda of the Independence Revolution 34 years ago.

And as usual he blames the last 15 years of disastrous economic management on sanctions and "unprecedented efforts" by the West to make Zimbabwe a failed state.

But @StephenSackur, the programme’s host, holds his own in the interview and takes Moyo around the block - about nation of vendors, about human rights, and the independent Press.

Last Updated on Sunday, 24 May 2015 14:43 Read more...
 

Who Will Correct Zimbabwe Justice Minister on Constitution

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mnangatwofaces285Justice Minister in deliberate befuddling of constitution?

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is a lawyer, a former Speaker of Parliament, a Vice-President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and the Minister of Justice, and should therefore not be allowed to get away with misinforming traditional leaders in order to continue abusing them for the benefit of his party.

The reason that the Constitution was revised and a referendum carried out on the revisions, was exactly that, to ensure that traditional leaders are not abused for the benefit on one political party, but the Minister and his party behave as is the exercise was carried out merely to satisfy requirements for going to elections as demanded by the international community.

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 May 2015 09:58 Read more...
 

Inhuman Zimbabwe Government Now Needs To Be Checked

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chiyangwaUp yours - all of you....Chiyangwa, self-proclaimed King of Selfies.

For how long are Zimbabweans expected to continue tolerating the corruption that has so glaringly been exposed in the latest Chiyangwa-Chombo deal which is set to make £3 million for Chiyangwa while possibly making up to 20 000 Harareans homeless.

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 May 2015 10:25 Read more...
 

Zimbabwe Bi-election Hots Up, As Does Intimidation

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jonathanplayMonitors report that Jonathan Moyo, the candidate for ZANU PF in the by-election, has been moving around in all the 11 wards in Tsholotsho promising to only start giving people maize after the by-election because they did not vote for him in the 2013 elections.

In Hurungwe West ZANU (PF) Senator for Hurungwe, Rueben Marumahoko, and aspiring MP for the constituency, Keith Guzah, reportedly convened a meeting last Friday, at Big Deve Dam in Ward 17, and distributed rice to people at the meeting.

Guzah also ordered Village heads to come up with registers that will be used to ascertain those who would have voted. He threatened unspecified action against villagers who would have not voted for Guzah.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 May 2015 10:54 Read more...
 
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