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Zimbabwean President Mugabe Has No Intention of Leaving Office

What The Herald is now doing can no longer qualify as journalism, but as political skulduggery on behalf of a faction of Zanu (PF).

And if what Obert Mpofu's website, the Zimmail.co.zw wrote today is anything to go by, that faction is Robert Mugabe’s. He has now come out to claim it.
No more hiding behind Grace, and he has no intention of leaving office anytime soon, he said.

But first to the piece by Senior Reporter Zvamaida Murwira which makes the sensational claim that War Veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda "has all but sensationally confirmed that corruption and extortion allegations being levelled against Vice President Joice Mujuru are true."

Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 12:24 Read more...
 

Occupy Africa Unity Square Protesters Beaten by Zanu (PF) Thugs, Arrested By Police

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Organisers and participants in the Occupy Africa Unity Square protest have been arrested and beaten up in another episode that exposes the lawlessness and violations of human rights in Zimbabwe.

Well-known Zanu (PF) thugs, usually based at Mbare Musika, known as Chipangano and supported by Harare provincial chairman Amos Midzi, attacked Itai Dzamara, Dirk Frey and Tichaona Danho, seriously injuring them.

But in an unbelievable twist, Zimbabwe Republic Police officers came and arrested the injured protesters, including organiser, Itai, who had already been previously questioned by police about the demonstration and told them that he was peacefully exercising his democratic right. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 17:13 Read more...
 

Final MDC Rally of MDC 3rd Congress - Zimbabwe Looks Forward

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Its congress now looming, candidates confirmed, others having fallen way and others disqualified for various misdemeanours, the MDC-T holds its last rally of the Third Congress, hosted by MDC-T Harare Province. Its supporters turned out in their numbers this morning in Highfield East, by Cyril Jennings Hall, with aspiring candidates for the national standing committee posts invited for final campaign speaches. Pic Obert Gutu today Live updates as we get them...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 10:11 Read more...
 

"Let The Weevils Thrive," Says Grace Mugabe

GraceParlyIf Zimbabweans were in any doubt that Grace Mugabe is either mad or an agent using bottom power to infiltrate Robert Mugabe's system, today's NewsDay report of her meeting with War Vets confirms it.

No wonder the War Veterans Chairman Jabulani Sibanda refused to attend her Mazowe meeting where Chinotimba danced for the First Lady in a way only a monkey after peanuts would.

The Zanu (PF) Women's League chairperson-designate demonstrated again that she is no lady, beginning by telling the War Vets that if any of them supported Vice-President Mujuru they should leave.

Then when war vets and government ministers were cheering her on, she said they had been overwhelmed by Grace's Holy Spirit. "We cast out demons in the name of Jesus!”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 October 2014 11:04 Read more...
 

As MDC-T SG Battle Hots Up, Mwonzora Presents Impressive Political CV

Mwonzora216Douglas Mwonzora who is reportedly gaining on Nelson Chamisa in public support to take over the secretary general post in the Movement for Democratic Change, has presented a campaign CV that shows a man who has been in the thick of things in most democratic developments in post independence Zimbabwe.

As most others he was arrested and detained for leading University of Zimbabwe demonstrations against state corruption and plans by President Mugabe to establish a one-party.

He was part of the so-called October 4 Revolution, 1989 which led to the closure of the University of Zimbabwe and he continued his fight against the one-party state by joining Edgar Tekere’s Zimbabwe Unity Movement in 1992 - becoming its Harare Secretary for Legal Affairs and later spokesman.

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Occupy Africa Unity Square - Mugabe Must Come Down

Occupy1The first group of Zimbabweans answering the call to Occupy African Unity Square to demand the resignation of President Robert Mugabe's Zanu (PF) government. Pic provided by OAUS.

A journalist who presented a petition to President Mugabe's Office calling on him to resign as he has failed to run the country, Itai Dzamara, tells us in his own words how one man panicked Mugabe's security system. He is inviting Zimbabweans to join him at Africa Unity Square in Harare. 

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After we successfully submitted our petition to President Robert Mugabe yesterday, we got an immediate response, and also the perfect opportunity to get a vivid reflection of his regime's mindset and attitudes.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 October 2014 12:02 Read more...
 


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