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Zanu (PF) Corruption, In-fighting On Show at Telecel Zimbabwe

corruptionMapfumoZanu (PF) corruption and in-fighting is on show again in the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz)/Telecel Zimbabwe scandal - how Telecel managed to operate for 13 months without paying over $100m in licence fees, and how a shareholding dispute involving Philip Chiyangwa and Leo (Zhuwao) Mugabe, with Patrick Zhuwao now entering the fray.

The scandal goes back to indigenisation policy under which the foreign shareholders of Telecel were forced to offload 11% of their shareholding to Empowerment Corporation, created by the “Zimbabwe Wealth Creation Council” (Leo’s IEG, Jane Mutasa’s Indigenous Business Women’s Organisation (IBWO), the National Miners Association, Chjiyangwa’s Affirmative Action Group, War Veterans Association, the Zimbabwe Farmers Union (ZFU) and james Makamba’s Kestrel Corporation.)

Last Updated on Friday, 27 February 2015 15:17

Time To Unite And Send Robert Mugabe Packing

Youth2015MDC-T Youths, their Provincial chairman Tonderai Samanyanga and his vice, Sibongile Sihwa at weekend demonstrations against Robert Mugabe’s increasingly belligerent Zanu (PF) government...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 12:37

Swiss HSBC Scandal Scratches Surface of Zanu (PF) Externalisation.


Last Updated on Monday, 23 February 2015 15:33

"Stop Zimbabwe Falling Off The Cliff" - UK Coalition

DemoFBProfileTen different Zimbabwean opposition and human rights groups have united for a demonstration in London on Saturday, Robert Mugabe's 91st birthday, not to wish him happy birthday, but to demand that he and his Zanu (PF) government step down to allow for a peaceful end to the economic and political crisis that they have created. In Washington DC the Mugabe-Must-Go demonstrations start at 2PM with Batswana, South Africans, Zambians, Kenyans and Ghanains in solidarity. 

Thirty five years of his corrupt and tyrannical rule has reduced Zimbabweans to penury and his current policies show no chance of changing the fortunes of the country. Last week a senior Minister in Mugabe’s government told a delegation of 14 potential investors to mind their own business when they asked about Zanu (PF)‘s succession plan for the nonagenarian who is now better known for falling down stairs and sleeping through meetings.
Last Updated on Sunday, 22 February 2015 03:36

"Human Rights NGOs Please Give Us Seriousness"

Mavhinga“Good governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights are not ideas imposed by Western donors, but are an entitlement of all Zimbabweans. This government, and future ones, should recognize that.“ - Senior Southern Africa Human Rights Watch Researcher, Dewa Mavhinga.

His enigmatic comments on the Human Rights Watch newsletter personify the international human movement's ongoing slow collision with immovable dictators, and hypocritical donors, like the European Union.

Mavhinga clearly abhors the EU's resumption of aid to the unrepentant and repressive Mugabe regime, but he dares not say so; instead we are subjected to lobbying statements intended for his bosses about the EU's recently signed €237-million aid package, and to dogmatic statatements to the effect that respect for human rights is non-negotiable.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 February 2015 11:27

Macbre Zanu (PF) Circus Pushes The Envelope

mutasanangaZanu (PF) is now apparently looking for another pretext to arrest Jabulani Sibanda, because they fear that previous charges against him may not stick. But coincidentally Didymus Mutasa is exposing the lengths to which the party would go to silence its critics.

According to Bulawayo24 the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) has called on the police to investigate the organisation's deposed leader Jabulani Sibanda fearing that he might be hiding arms aimed at destabilising the country.

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 February 2015 01:16

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