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Robert Mugabe Strategically Stuck in The Past

mugabeThe Mugabe government mouthpiece Sunday Mail confirms that Robert Mugabe is still stuck in the past and will use the African Union for his own agenda which has nothing to do with satisfying the needs of Africans.

The Sunday Mail wrote yesterday that Mugabe's ascension to the chairmanship of the AU will see a return to its "founding principles."

Among them is anti-imperialism under which Mugabe says he believes that "You do not get anything that helps you from the former colonialists" and "The only good imperialist is a dead one."

This is despite that almost a quarter of Zimbabweans are dependent on aid from the US and the UK for their food - otherwise they would starve to death.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2015 12:47

Calling All MDC-UK Members in South East District

MDC-UK and Ireland provincial organising department is inviting all MDC-UK South East District members to a general meeting at Barking on Saturday 31 January at 15:00.

Al Jazeera Empire... A good take-away from this programme - young people saying, let us get into government and change it before the shefs privatise all the public wealth.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 February 2015 12:34

What Wrong Have Zimbabweans Done to Deserve This?

Hatcliffe Extn, Harare residents drawing cooking and drinking water from a pond...

As Zimbabweans all over the world prepare to demonstrate against Robert Mugabe's government's failure to govern on his 91st birthday, February 21, Australia-based Moses Chamboko gives a catalogue of the failures he witnessed on a recent visit. 

From corruption at Beitbridge Border Post, gullies on the roads, deindustrialisation, to theft by workers in shops, comparisons with the region show how far Zimbabwe has fallen behind.

Last Updated on Saturday, 31 January 2015 02:42

MDC: To Run or Not To Run in Mujuru, Ngwena Constituencies

The MDC has been caught unaware, or has it, by the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) saying that it will observe the uncoming by-election.

Has the party's organising secretary Abednigo Bhebhe been caught knapping or is this exactly what he needed to start making an assesment's of the party's strength in the two constituencies?

The hope had been that ZESN and other civic organisations would help putting pressure on Zanu (PF) to implement reforms by denying legitimacy to the proclaimed by-elections.

Instead ZESN simply called for "more effort in the realignment of the Electoral Act with the new Constitution to ensure that Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is fully capacitated to carry out its mandate."

Last Updated on Sunday, 25 January 2015 23:31

Zimbabwean Achievers Awards Nominations Now Open

ZAACoupleNominations for UK Zimbabwean achievers awards are now open for the fifth edition of the competition to be held on Saturday 9 May 2015 in London’s Royal Borough of Kensington. A couple at last year's awards

Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) Executive Director, Brian Nyabunze, said yesterday that members of the public will have until 15 February to put forward their nominations of individuals and organisations they feel have distinguished themselves in various ventures over the past year. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 02:18

Everything Grace Mugabe Touches Turns to Maggots

And Zanu (PF) Thugs

Fight Over The Maggots

MDC Harare structures in show of force today

Last Updated on Saturday, 24 January 2015 15:59

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Bhadharai Pano