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Chris Mutsvangwa and Zimbabwe's Entitled Class

MutsvangwaRugejeMutsvangwa with Major General Regeje - another ex-combatant with a strong sense of entitlement. Pic Sunday Mail

Those in the know say the new Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairman, Chris Mutsvangwa is a mental case, untreated since the days he used to kill villagers accused of selling out.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 01:59

Mugabe Politburo News Is No News


Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 November 2014 18:49

Zimbabwe: A National Disgrace Fronted By Grace

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 November 2014 18:50

"AU, SADC Should Strip Mugabe of Chairmanship"

TsvangiHSThe publication of the South African (SA) Judicial Observer Mission Report to Zimbabwe’s 2002 Presidential election and the ruling of the SA Constitutional Court that that country’s Police must investigate crimes against humanity perpetrated in Zimbabwe in 2008 place SA in a unique position to impact the crisis in Zimbabwe.

In fact SA has always been in that unique position, by proximity and economics, so much so that it was she who influenced Smith’s Rhodesia Front government to negotiate with Zanu (PF) to end the 1970s crisis, leading to the birth of Zimbabwe, itself to later become the bulwark of support for SA's Liberation.

But post-apartheid SA led by former members of that movement has done precious little to help Zimbabwe out of her little crisis, and might even be said to have perpetuated the crisis, with Presidents Thabo Mbeki and Kgalema Montlanthe directly implicated in the Khampepe Report. Tsvangirai: Appalled by conduct of SA Presidency

Last Updated on Friday, 21 November 2014 22:32

11 Zimbabweans Die At Bogus Service By Money Prophet

SundayMailMagayaEleven people have been reported killed in a stampede at a 'church service' by one of the fake Zimbabwean Prophets who seem to be magnets for desperate Zimbabweans seeking divine intervention.

Magaya recently 'prophesised' that Zimbabwe would soon become an economic powerhouse and that the livelihoods of many of its citizens would change for the better, prompting the Sunday Mail to make that a headline story, now shamefully removed from the website.

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 November 2014 18:15

Khampepe, Opportunity To Reform Zimbabwe Elections Now

Press Release
The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) welcomes the publishing of the Khampepe Report into the 2002 Presidential Elections following a Constitutional Court order at the instigation of the Mail and Guardian newspaper.

The report concluded  that “However, having regard to all the circumstances, and in particular the cumulative substantial departures from international standards of free and fair elections found in Zimbabwe during the pre-election period, these elections, in our view, cannot be considered to be free and fair.”

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 17:29

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