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Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 March 2015 10:58

Zimbabwean Courts Challenged by Mugabe’s Blatant Disregard of Them

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has virtually told the courts - which have allowed the filing of a challenge by officials whom he fired from his party, to go to hell as his party would have none of it.

And below VOA audio of Dewa Mavhinga of Human Rights Watch and Jeff Smith of RFK Centre taking the plight of Tokwe-Mukorsi displaced to the UN as human rights violations. Zimbabweans a perplexed that government is adding insult to injuries of these victims of bungled dam construction.

Meanwhile hundreds of opposition MDC-T supporters slept at Zimbabwe Grounds guarding the venue for their President, Morgan Tsvangirai's rally against Zanu (PF) thugs who are usually hired by their party to disrupt such rallies.  

Last Updated on Monday, 09 March 2015 17:18

"Gang of Four" Wanted Mugabe Out

GangofFourA cliff-hanger of a trial awaits us as Didymus Mutasa and company have opened their challenge of their expulsion from Zanu (PF) by claiming that (l-r) Oppah Muchinguri, Jonathan Moyo, Saviour Kasukuwere, and Patrick Zhuwao, are the ones who wanted President Mugabe out, not VP Joice Mujuru who stands accused of the crime.

But Herald reporting of the case by their senior court reporter, Daniel Nemukuyu, is already exposing a bias that will make reading the Herald news even more interesting, though the would not be allowed in any media organisation worth its name.

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 March 2015 01:09

MDC-T Re-organises, Mobilises As Zanu (PF) Turns to Intimidation

CouncilSome of the MDC-UK provincial councillors at Nottingham at the weekend 

The MDC-T has simultaneously in Mberengwa South District and in Midlands North District (UK) announced the introduction of the MDC Smart Membership Card that will be a member’s personal key to his party account, a funeral assistance card and as an insurance policy card.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 18:39

Zimbabwe Facing Unmitigated Disaster

Drought1If this map tweeted today by Zimbabwe's Minister of Information, Jonathan Moyo who is better known for propaganda than informing, crops in virtually all communal areas, where 70% of the population lives on subsistence farming, are a write-off. Red and dark areas are write-offs.

Last Updated on Saturday, 07 March 2015 02:59

Mugabe Admits Land Reform Bungle As Mzembi Grabs 2nd Farm

MzembiAs Robert Mugabe admits that he has blundered with his land reform programme, Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi, who reportedly already owns another farm, is said to be threatening to grab a highly productive chicken-breeding farm in Masvingo.

President Robert Mugabe admitted in a ZBC interview for his 91st birthday that he blundered by giving ill-equipped black farmers vast tracts of farmland seized from whites under his controversial land reforms.

“I think the farms we gave to people are too large. They can’t manage them,” Mugabe said,  adding that most of them were using just one third of the land - no wonder Zimbabwe has been reduced to importing basics, like maizemeal.

In the past, Mugabe has blamed a drastic drop in agricultural production on erratic rains due to climate change and western sanctions, which he said hampered his government’s efforts to procure equipment for the farmers.


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Bhadharai Pano