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Jezebel Grace Exposed: No Wonder They Don't Want Her in Masvingo

grace1Besides costing the lives of at least six CIO operatives because of her insatiable sexual desire, Grace Mugabe has cost the country in terms of the settlement that Robert Mugabe made for her husband to agree to divorce her - that he obtain some qualifications, upgrade his Airman skills in a friendly country, a couple of houses anywhere in the world, and a handsome yearly pay - all paid for by the state.
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 22:25

ZANU (PF) Fight, Zimbabwe To Pay for Mugabe's Lust For Power

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MDC supporters and their leadership rally and strategise at Chiredzi, one of a handful of rallies addressed by MDC President, Dr Morgan Tsvangirai in Masvingo Province which were all just as well-attended. Meanwhile (videos below) Zanu (PF) leaders each other apart in a power play that threatens the state itselfThis was While afflicted by the worst drought in 25 years, Zimbabwe now seems to be set for a major crisis of governance that could leave the majority of people exposed to hunger and civil war - scourges which Zimbabweans have hitherto ssociated with the rest of Africa.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2016 16:13

ZANU (PF) Vultures Gather, But For What Prey?

Screenshot 2016-02-10-12-36-25One  faction of Robert Mugabe's bitterly divided Zanu PF hired 61 buses to bring this mass to a politburo meeting hoping to resolve the divisions caused by Mugabe's refusal to name an heir, or rather his desire to anoint his wife against the will of some in ZANU (PF).

The last group which resisted him was thrown out of the party and declared enemies of the party. Now, although vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa has not declared his desire to succeed Mugabe, much has been done in his name for that cause.

Last Updated on Friday, 19 February 2016 13:08

Tsvangirai to ZANU (PF): Let's Talk, Together With Others

Screenshot 2016-02-05-13-00-59Opposition leader, MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai, has called on all Zimbabweans, regardless of political affiliation to begin a dialogue on the national crisis, including Zanu PF which is percieved by most as the architect of the crisis.

But if Zanu PF does not want to dialogue, the rest of Zimbabwean society should carry on without Zanu PF, and ffurthermore, the international community should disengage from dialogue with the ruling party and its government until such time as it implements agreed electoral conditions and embraces universally acceptable standards for rule of law.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2016 08:36

Rape of Marange Continues, ZANU (PF) Hoodwinks Parliament

120315115704-marketplace-africa-zimbabwe-diamond-anjin-machacha-00012727-story-topMUTARE, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Shylet Mutsago, a 63-year-old who lives near the diamond fields of Marange, cannot hide her anger over how mining in this gem-rich part of eastern Zimbabwe has failed to improve the lives of local people.

From a distance she watches as companies turn the ground over in search of the alluvial diamonds, releasing clouds of red dust into the sky. 

"Our hopes of benefiting from the diamonds are gone,” she said. “And with this severe drought we are now placing our lives in the hands of God. We are living close to these diamond mines, yet we are starving.”

Only the Chinese and their Zimbabwean fatcat friends from Anjin Investments, Diamond Mining Corporation, Jinan Mining, Marange Resources and Mbada Diamonds seem to be benefitting while the government double-speaks to Parliament.

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 February 2016 12:22

Walls Closing In: US Senator Calls for Real Zimbabwe Sanctions

bob corkerWalls are closing in on  Zanu (PF)'s misguided policies as the chairman of United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (SCFR), Bob Corker, has started moving to block new lending to Zimbabwe by the IMF, the World Bank and the African Development Bank.

The senator has told the Obama administration that Zimbabwe must first show progress on rule of law and human rights, a position which is actually the current legal position since the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act was passed in 2001, but which successive administrations, including Obama's, have been ignoring.

Current US law requires the President to make a number of certifications including the restoration of the rule of law in Zimbabwe; satisfactory election conditions; equitable, legal, and transparent land reform; and the subordination of the security forces to civilian authority as the necessary conditions for a U.S. vote in support of Zimbabwe’s arrears clearance at an international financial institution. 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2016 14:49
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