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MDC-T MP Supports Marondera University, Not Just In Name

MajomeJsmallLast week Thursday in the National Assembly the MP MP for Harare West, Jesse Majome debated in support of the Marondera University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Bill, which if passed will see the establishment of the university.

A product of a state university herself - the University of Zimbabwe - Ms Majome supported the expansion of tertiary education by establishing a State university, but went further to implore the government not to withdraw funding from State universities which would be tantamount to establishing universities without funding them.

Working for her constituency and for Zimbabwe.... MDC MP Jesse Majome


U.S State Dept Raps Zimbabwe on 2014 Human Rights Violations


Riot police.... the state's only response to genuine grievances by vendors whose livelyhoods are being threatened in the city centre. The above policeman was even accused of abusing a woman MP from the safety of an amoured police vehicle during the demonstration. She has threatened to deal with him.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 13:14

President Morgan Tsvangirai’s State of Nation Address


We meet today on the 27th of June, a day that invokes blood-soaked memories of the unmitigated and State-sponsored violence we witnessed seven years ago.

Exactly seven years ago to the day and three months after I had defeated him in an election; President Mugabe contested against himself in a bloody election run-off and claimed he had won. 


Sahara TV Responds To Fake Jonathan Moyo Apology Story

Last Updated on Monday, 29 June 2015 10:08

Zimbabwe: It Makes You Wonder What Is Going In Africa

Youth2015President Robert Mugabe’s intelligence minister comes out and says his party cheated in the 2008 election; A Police Commissioner accuses his colleague of shooting a street-kid dead in cold blood and getting a promotion;

Last Updated on Monday, 29 June 2015 11:01

Bashir Still in SA, To Face Judge in The Morning

bashirMujuruThe Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) has proved once again to be an ngo worth its salt, taking on injustice at the highest level by instigating the arrest of Omar Al Bashir, President of Sudan.

Kaajal Keogh,  executive director, said this evening the dictator wanted at the International Criminal Court was still in the country and due to face Judge Hans Fabricius at 11:30 in the morning. Happier times when Bashir was welcomed to "safe" Zimbabwe by then vice-President Joice Mujuru

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 08:10

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