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"A Handful of Glen View Activists" That Signals Change

If Jonathan Moyo's attempt to turn the state media into an open Press was genuine, then it has now totally crumbled, as both the Press and their masters at Shake-Shake House are now resorting to their old propaganda, violence and dividing of the opposition.

This explains how a whole senior reporter by the name of Peter Matambanadzo would go and write about "a hand-full of MDC-T supporters" attending the rally at Glen View yesterday when he knew very well that before his story even came out the social media would be full of pictures, like the above, one showing the opposite.

Last Updated on Saturday, 31 May 2014 00:03 Read more...
 

Will Car-Crash Zimbabwe Gov't Compensate Those Killed By Dirty Water?

cholera081Is the government or the local authorities going to compensate the families of 300 people who reportedly died from drinking contaminated water piped into their homes? If not maybe the families should sue the government, since it seems that that is the only language that they understand.

According to the Herald, funeral parlours, service stations, fuel holding depots and food processing plants are disposing raw effluent into the country's water sources, with local authorities taking water from there to pipe into people's homes. Deteriorating conditions and budgets pointing to another outbreak of poverty diseases...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 May 2014 23:01 Read more...
 

South African Police Service Covering Up Murders of MDC Activists?

While the South African Police Service (SAPS) is fighting a losing battle against an order to start investigating torture of activists by Zimbabwean authorities, its specialist unit to investigate corruption, The Hawks, in Gauteng, are being investigated for possible murder and torture of Zimbabweans while Hawks were assisting the Zimbabwean Central Intelligence Organisation. Torture survivers Brendon Nyoni and Sox Chikohwero

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 11:16 Read more...
 

Tsvangirai's Road Is Just Beginning, Prof Mufuka

Tsvangirai meets MDC-T MPs

Like his fellow academics, Simukai Tinhu and Knox Chitiyo, Professor Ken Mufuka’s editorial pieces always make good reading, but going deeper into them one always finds surface observations sometimes based on propaganda than fact.

Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 00:22 Read more...
 

Delayed Wages Signal Zimbabwe Car Crash

chaworaI having been talking to several people back home and the number of people that have gone for months without being paid is frightening, to say the least. This affects people working for local councils across the country, people working in the private sector and NGOs. Chawora (l)

I am hearing that all all government employees, except for the army ’s salaries have been moved again this months, amid rumours that soldiers were on the verge of going on strike a few months ago. At this rate the government may not be able to pay even the soldiers on time in the coming months, and who knows what would be the consequences.

Last Updated on Monday, 19 May 2014 21:20 Read more...
 

Renewal: The Art of Creating Pseudo-dictators

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We Don't Need Tsvangirai. Their Rallies Will Not Produce a New Zimbabwe. We Don't Need Any Big Man Syndrome. The Country Needs a Sober Approach. That is the song of those who would like to lead Zimbabwe but don't seem to know how to go about it, nor do they seem to know where they want to lead it to, and crucially Zimbabweans do not seem to care for their leadership that much. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 11:24 Read more...
 


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