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No Elections No Reforms Rallies Start in Glen View

The Zimbabwean opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) has spelled out the minimum reforms to be undertaken before it can participate in elections - including a biometric voter system, the overhaul of the secretariat of electoral commission, equal access to state media, implementation of new Constitution, neutrality of traditional leaders, and free election observation.

But Zanu (PF) thugs did not let them forget that the ruling party can turn on violence and turn it off, or moderate it as required. This woman was one of several beaten by ruling Zanu (PF) thugs for attending the opposition rally in Harare's Glen View suburb where the "No-Reforms-No-Elections" campaign rallies were launched by MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 April 2015 19:11

United Zimbabwean Opposition Leaders Call For A New Heroism

LeadersZimbabwean political party leaders presented an Independence Day Message with a difference - one statement signed by MDC-T leader, Dr. Morgan Tsvangirai, Mavambo Kusile Dawn (MKD) Leader, Dr. Simba Makoni (MKD) (centre), Zapu Leader, Dr. Dumiso Dabengwa,  and NCA Leader Prof. Lovemore Madhuku.

Last Updated on Friday, 24 April 2015 12:32

Jonathan Moyo's Arrogance On Display

moyo"But Jonathan Moyo Bakithi!"

Maybe Professor Jonathan Moyo believes that he is talking to his children when he speaks to the citizens of Zimbabwe through his mouthpiece The Herald in which today he said, the reinstatement of civil servants’ bonuses by President Mugabe at a rally "is final and there should be no further debate on the matter."

No further debate! Even if I did not want to debate this latest exhibition of what we already know - that there is no economic policy being followed by the Zanu (PF) government - Moyo's remarks would force me to look for something to say about it.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 14:17

Thomas Mapfumo Asks, And Answers Why Zimbabweans 'd Rather Die in SA


Thomas Mapfumo and his band members - destined to remain in diaspora?

Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 08:23

Zimbabweans Now Say What Their Junta Is Hiding

With reports saying xenophobic violence has continued into the night, the same theme started by Dr Thomas Mapfumo in our earlier report has been picked up by demonstrators at the anti-xenophobia demonstrations held in Harare today.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 03:33

Militarisation of Zimbabwean Government Continues Unabated

mugabeIn the continuing militarisation of the civil service in Zimbabwe, President Mugabe has appointed three brigadiers, a major general, and an air commodore into permanent secretary and principal director positions in the civil service.

The jobs are clearly meant to pad the civil service with military people who will collect intelligence and help keep the military junta in power - but because they are military people, service delivery from their ministries will to suffer and corruption will increase as they concentrate on power retention. The President's Secretary, Dr Misheck Sibanda, announced the following appointments among others:

Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 21:15

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