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Makarau v Mudede v Gono: Who Is Fooling Who, Zimbabwe?

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Could it be that Rita Makarau (c) a judge and chairman of ZEC has finally decided to take on Tobaiwa Mudede (r), the Registrar General, and why over Gideon Gono's senatorial candidacy?

So we wake up to read that Gideon Gono, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, will not be a Senator any time soon because he is not registered to vote in Manicaland. We really care little whether or not Gono becomes a Senator. The truth is, it really won’t change anything in our lives as ordinary people. He’s just another heftily privileged fellow who happened to drop off the first class section of proverbial gravy train and is now hoping to catch another lift, albeit in the economy class. What has really caught our attention is ZEC’s new-found assertiveness, boldness and enthusiasm in applying the law and its powers regarding the voters’ roll and voter registration.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 September 2014 12:30 Read more...
 

'Include Corruption, Service Delivery, Governance and Media Freedom In Mass Action'

CorruptdiamonsGonoFollowing news that President Robert Mugabe received a report on US$5 billion worth of diamonds corruption and did nothing about it, we believe the envisaged MDC-led peaceful demonstrations should also be about corruption, lack of service delivery, poor governance and media restrictions.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 September 2014 12:32 Read more...
 

MDC at 15: Zimbabwe's Dream of Freedom Is Alive

Disciplined mothers, fathers and young people converged on Mucheke Stadium today to remind the Zanu (PF) government that the majority of Zimbabweans are not buying the circus that is going on in the ruling party and government.

The turn-out for the 15th anniversary of the MDC was as if it was an election rally, and President Morgan Tsvangirai did not disappoint; telling the mammoth crowd that it is about time the people started to gather courage and demand their rights.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 13:13 Read more...
 

Is Zimbabwe Better Off Without Chiefs?

If this chairman of the chief's council, Chief Fortune Charumbira represents the calibre of chiefs we now have in the country, maybe the country is now better off without the chiefs.

He is quoted in the Zimbabwean confirming that only President Robert Mugabe now has chiefs at heart and that he fears for the institution of the chiefs once President Mugabe departs the political scene.

But he does not say anything to justify why the people should support the institution of chiefs or why it should exist in the first place, nor does he bother to try to examine why their own people no longer have any interest in the chiefs.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2014 18:43 Read more...
 

Lesotho: SADC Elephants Fight Journalists Trampled Upon

ZumaDrLesotho Times and Sunday Express Editor, Lloyd Mutungamiri and his reporter have been arrested for exposing plans to charge Lesotho coup plotters while the SADC mediation is stalled, with the SADC chairman, President Robert Mugabe awaiting his chance to tell off the West off at the UN General Assembly.

The reporter wrote the story on Thursday last week, stating that Lesotho Police are planning to charge Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) Commander Lt Gen Tlali Kamoli (insert l), Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing (insert r) and other high-ranking military, police and government officials.

SADC Troika chairman Jacob Zuma meets coup victim Lesotho PM Dr Tom Thabane.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 09:41 Read more...
 

Zimbabwean Academics Bury Heads As University Reputation is Tarnished

"You can't expect the thesis to be available anywhere when the preliminary stages of vetting and admission were never done...There is no thesis and l don't think she (Grace) has capacity to attempt one... In the history of the University of Zimbabwe, no thesis was successfully done, submitted, assessed and defended within less than two years. This is pure fiction." Vice-Chancellor Levi Nyagura (r) resisted an interview

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 September 2014 11:59 Read more...
 


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