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Mugabe Police Condemned for Arrest of MP, MDC-T Youths

Relatives of MDC activists, including MP Ronia Bunjira, who were arrested while peacefully demonstrating for jobs in Harare in yesterday, greeting them inside the court this morning.

The MDC-T Youth Assembly activists have had their bail hearings postponed to tomorrow by the same courts which routinely give bail on the first appearance for serious crimes like fraud or corruption.

Meanwhile the MDC USA has condemned the unprofessional conduct of the Zimbabwe Republic Police in dealing with peaceful protests that are likely to continue until Zanu PF delivers on its election promise.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 15:49

Journalism in Pathetic Zimbabwe

Working in the right field, doing the right thing, but working for the wrong people in a perverted country....  Angela Jimu - photojournalist.

An ego maniac steals a country in the name of an anti-colonial revolution and surrounds himself with other kleptomaniacs who become tycoons over night, one of whom uses his proceeds to start a newspaper.

The people are protesting peacefully at their wasted economy; they need jobs, food and health; peacefully they demand their rights, and the tycoon's journalists cover the protests.

Together with the protesters the journalist is beaten and arrested, but since she belongs to the robber-barons stable, the publisher negotiates her release, though her body is in pain from the beating.

Despite that the journalism work is about revolution, but the robber-barons stable is about protecting the status quo, all the motions of covering the story are gone through.

We are told that police are looking into her arrest - investigating themselves for the assault and the confiscating of her camera and media accreditation card and her swollen hand, but police are not apologetic, accusing the demonstrators of protesting without permission.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 08:53

Helta Skelta in Harare While SADC Heads Wine and Dine In Vic Falls

demo18083While Robert Mugabe was pontificating at the SADC Summit at Victoria Falls chairman, on the streets of Harare his police were proving that there is no democracy, no constitutionality and no rule of law in his own country.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 14:59

Reprieve for Zimbabwean Refugees: From S.A. Documentation To Special Permits

shumbaGabriel150Documentation of Zimbabweans Project (DZP) permits for Zimbabweans living in South Africa will be renewed under a new dispensation and will be called Zimbabwe Special Permit in that country's ongoing efforts to deal humanely with Zimbabweans forced to seek refuge in that country. 

Last Updated on Monday, 18 August 2014 21:47

Is This How The Zanu (PF) Cookie Crumbles?

MuchinguriOppahlWe thought President Robert Mugabe's admission that farming is not easy was an eye-opener, but in less than a day it was trumped by his allegation of vote-rigging in the Women's League congress, and less than a day later, that was trumped by Oppah Muchenguri's denouncing of Vice-President Joyce Mujuru as a murderess. Oppah Muchinguri opens a Pandonda's box; will Zanu (PF) be able to close it?.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 23:59

A Heroes Day With No Heroes

We used to look forward to this day to remember and celebrate our liberation war Heroes, but today was just another day for suffering children of Zimbabwe trying to find the next meal, with no end in sight.

While the economy is in melt-down, with the Minister of Finance borrowing to pay civil service salaries, the President is busy trying to extend his rule beyond the grave by having his wife and children take over ruling Zimbabwe as if it was a kingdom.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 August 2014 21:48
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