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Who Illicitly Decommissioned ZACC?
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Thursday, 27 February 2014 13:44

MugabeLastLaughStory in The Herald today exposes how corruption is dealt with without the seriousness it deserves, despite rhetoric to the contrary, and why we are suspicious of Jonathan Moyo‘s anti-corruption push.

The story on the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) exposes the hidden fact that the Secretary for Home Affairs, Melusi Matshiya, believes that ZACC commissioners are still in contract and should be doing their work, yet they are not.

Commission chair Denford Chirindo wrote to Matshiya asking why commissioners Teresa Mugadza, Elita Sakupwanya, Emmanuel Chimwanda,  Lakayana Dube, Dr Goodwill Shana and Shepherd Gwasira were using government vehicles billed to the commission's budget when they were 'out of contract' and not doing any work for the commission.

Last Updated on Saturday, 01 March 2014 23:48
MDC-T Youths Lead Tsvangirai Fight-back
Written by Change Correspondent   
Tuesday, 25 February 2014 10:23


Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 02:07
Protect MDC Property, Rebels Preparing Launch
Written by Change Correspondents   
Wednesday, 26 February 2014 10:27

As it begins to emerge that the so-called renewal camp has now made a decision to break away from the MDC-T, the former MP Zaka West, Festus Dumbu has thanked those in Masvingo and encouraged others to protect party property.

Youths in Masvingo, he said, had remained progressive and focused by siezing the provincial car, which had already been de-branded without Morgan Tsvangirai's face, as if it was now meant for a different project.

Officials in Masvingo said they were already rebranding the car in its original livery and would only hand it back to the province when it had been restructured so that the car can be given to the right people who are working for the party.

Apparently some in the provincial leadership are in the renewal agenda, but they are blocking the provincial executive from meeting, apparently for fear that they might lose the vote on renewal.

Last Updated on Thursday, 27 February 2014 13:43
Harare Municipal Cops Caught in Corruption Act
Written by Tsvangirai Mukwazhi   
Saturday, 22 February 2014 17:11

Corrupt Zimbabwean police have been stung twice in as many months by the same photojournalist.
In the latest sting Tsvangirai Mukwazhi's car was clamped in Harare City Centre today. He set up the sting by calling on his fellow photographer Aaron Ufumeli to witness with zoom lens the exchange of money and the act of corruption.

Harare City Council Traffic Department had issued a penalty for the clamping which was supposed to be $57, which the photojournalist told the municipal policemen he did not have (Pic 1) then a plain clothes officer turns up and suggests that he pay $20, and eventually they settle for $17 (Pic 2). 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 February 2014 15:44
MDC-T Way Forward In Confusing Times
Written by Rogers Mudarikwa   
Monday, 24 February 2014 09:03

Rogers Mudarikwa of MDC-T SA with Vice-President Thokozane Khupe 

For a moment it looks like all is well, yet for a second it all looks bleak and uncertain. For those who have travelled this lane before, hope is confident but for those who have seen this vision before, the dream for real change appears to be a nightmare.

Perhaps the correct question is what went wrong in the MDC-T yet the most important issue is how to go forward from here. There are a number of intricacies to the problems facing the MDC-T. The truth of the matter is anyone honest will tell you that these are trying times.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 10:48
Challenge Tsvangirai From MDC-T Grassroots
Written by Jonathan Chawora   
Saturday, 22 February 2014 09:09

MorgsiWorkers1Violence in any form is unacceptable and should not be tolerated. In Zimbabwe violence is a national problem which needs to be addressed as part of the struggle for change. Violence is the cornerstone of President Mugabe`s hold on power. When his power is challenged and when he feels that he needs to, he will use violence without any hesitation or restriction.

Last week there was a landmark event in the history of the Movement for Democratic Change. District chairpersons and the leadership gathered at Harvest House and rallied behind the leadership of Morgan Tsvangirai and effectively killed off attempts to topple Morgan Tsvangirai by a group of individuals within the party.

The reaction of the media has been intriguing. There were two stories to be told. On the one hand MorganTsvangirai received overwhelming support from the district chairpersons and on the other hand there were the unfortunate acts of violence by certain members of the youth wing against Elton Mangoma and other senior members of the party, who were accused of trying to topple Tsvangirai.

Last Updated on Monday, 24 February 2014 09:13
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