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Mugabe And His Zeroes To Go

gonowWith the Zimbabwe dollar coming under strong pressure again, now falling to about $70 million to the pound, banks now face a shortage of bank notes, despite planeloads of currency coming in from Germany.


Gideon Gono: the failed governor or the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe whose main job is now to supervise printing of money.  
Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2008 05:16

Zanu (PF) Bankruptcy On Trial


The female n’anga who had Zanu (PF) Politburo members falling over each other for her affections is due to stand trial starting today, according to The Herald.

Ministers Didymus Mutasa (Lands) and Sidney Sekeramayi (Defense) being shown the miracle of oil gushing from a rock 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2008 05:06

Tsvangirai's First Task - Fire Chiwenga

ImageOne of Morgan Tsvangirai's first tasks when he becomes President might be to fire the commander of the army, Constantine Chiwenga, who has said he will not salute anyone except Robert Mugabe.

Chiwenga says he will not salute Tsvangirai

Forty thousand Bulawayo residents turned up for Morgan Tsvangirai's White City Stadium rally in the clearest statement yet that Bulawayo has remained united behind the original Movement for Democratic Change, despite Gibson Sibanda and Welshman Ncube's attempt to divide and confuse them.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2008 16:20

"Beware The Ides of March"

ImageZimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings has apparently announced that it is now ready to give fair radio and television access to all political parties in the forthcoming election.

But the gesture, coming 22 days before the election, has not fooled anyone about the freeness or otherwise of the election, and has in fact been described by the national student body as an insult.

UZ students warning
Last Updated on Monday, 10 March 2008 14:58

An Election To Observe


 "Dragooned" women - all dressed up and guarded by soldiers in case the opposition or the British or Americans might want to hijack them.

 The Zimbabwe Times reported yesterday that police stopped a Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) Women's Day celebration because they have no manpower to police the celebration and because ZCTU is placing political adverts in the newspapers encouraging workers to go and vote.

Last Updated on Monday, 10 March 2008 14:57

Birmingham Women Get Act Together


Newly elected MDC UK chairlady, Jennifer Moyo of Walsal Branch (middle) has not wasted any time getting the Birmingham branch's women's structure organised.

Although Birmingham women were active in supporting the main wing's activities, their women's structure was lacking some kick.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2008 05:38

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