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Still Human, Still Here

"A compa- ssionate heart is more effective against evil than an army. A compas- sionate heart can engage evil directly – it can bring light where there was no light. – Anonymous."

 This article highlights the plight of  Zimbabwean asylum seekers, failed by the system and those with outstanding cases in the UK and proposes a practical and effective solution. It was Josh Chigwangwa’s contribution to the Refugee Council’s online conferences for the Still Here, Still Human campaign -

Last Updated on Monday, 29 October 2007 13:47

"What Exactly Is Mohadi Investigating?"

ImageJust as Minister of Home Affairs, Kembo Mohadi (right), has began his “investigation” of state violence against the MDC, Nhamo Musekiwa, an MDC victim of the violence, has died in a seemingly last heroic act to show the Minister the graphic evidence he needs.

It is in fact surprising that the Minister says he is investigating anything, yet the beating of Musekiwa, together with Morgan Tsvangirai and other MDC activists is common knowledge to anyone, including Mohadi who is the Minister in charge of the police and a respondent in an MDC law suit about the same.

Musekiwa was recuperating in a South African hospital following injuries he sustained when he was brutally assaulted and tortured, together with President Tsvangirai and other senior party leaders, during the aborted prayer meeting at Highfield in Harare on 11 March.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 October 2007 05:30

Brown's Man On United Nations

BrownDespite UN failures to deal with petit dictators like Robert Mugabe who threaten international security, violate human rights and send refugees all over the world, Gordon Brown's Foreign Office Minister, Mark Malloch-Brown, says the UN is still relevant.

In a celebration of 24 October, United Nations Day, on celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the UN in 1945, he said:

Last Updated on Friday, 26 October 2007 07:48

Mugabe Needs Help

As Zimbabwe sinks further into economic turmoil and social breakdown there is no evidence that the Head of State is giving the crisis the attention it deserves. Instead war veterans led by Jabulani Sibanda, a suspended Zanu PF cadre - with obvious support of the Head of State - are marching in support of Mugabe’s candidacy as president in the 2008 elections.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 February 2009 15:26

Who Is Jabulani Sibanda?

Commentary By Edward Zvavareyi

I have always wondered and had a feeling something is amiss about Jabulani Sibanda, the “war veteran.”

To begin with he leaves a trail of more questions than answers, especially regarding his war veteran status. If his age is correctly stated, according to my research, he was born on 31 December 1970.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 February 2009 15:07

"Unite In Face of Total Collapse"

"Shock commuter fare increases"
Resident's of Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, plunged in darkness for the whole of last week due to failing electricity supply, now have to contend with transport woes which have made an unwelcome return with costs suddenly shooting up and pushing desperate urban commuters back to walking and cycling.

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