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On The Small Matter of Tendai Biti

Tendai Biti cannot not be allowed to get away with his messianic persecution delusions as published in The Herald yesterday.

Following his expulsion from Parliament together with 20 other members of his “faction,“ Biti said that he was now disillusioned with opposition failure to coalesce to defeat Zanu-PF, as if he was not at the centre of dividing the opposition.

Tellingly he said that he had been in the trenches for a long time and had thus played his part, as if his role was illustrious in the politics of change in Zimbabwe.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 23:59

Whatsapp Jonathan Moyo, And The Weevils

Two days after one editor of the Herald was suspended for writing the truth which Zanu PF) bosses do not want to be known, the political editor, Tichaona Zindoga, has come up with fiction which is guaranteed to endear him to them - that United States right-wing establishment is planning civil unrest in Zimbabwe.

Unfortunately for them the story is so patently false that readers can easily find out for themselves what the truth it, which makes us wonder whether Zimpapers editor-in-chief Jonathan Moyo does not know that people will eventually find out.

The answer is that Johnathan Moyo himself does not care about those who will eventually find out, The Herald is meant for the majority readers whom he believes have no other source of news - which explains why they do not want to licence any other media coming from outside the Zanu (PF) stables.

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 March 2015 07:55

Rebels Without A Cause: Biti, Mangoma and Co

BitiDumpedConfusion now reigns supreme in both the MDC Renewal Camp and The Herald, representing Zanu (PF), who do not seem to know what to make of the MDC-T's legal victory ejecting its 21 rebel MPs from Parliament.

The logic of the situation compelled Speaker Jacob Mudenda to accept MDC-T Secretary General Douglas Mwonzora's argument that Tendai Biti and company no longer represented the interests of the MDC-T in Parliament, no matter how convenient it was for Zanu (PF).

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 March 2015 02:57

University of Zimbabwe Students In Demo Over Itai Dzamara


Following confirmation by the family of Itai Dzamara that, a week after his disapearence, they still do not know his whereabouts, University of Zimbabwe students have taken to the streets.

Dr Patson Dzamara addressed a press conference and said, "we can categorically confirm that in spite of all our efforts in partnership with our legal team to locate Itai Dzamara or to at least gain knowledge as to what really transpired after his abduction, no tangible movement has been registered thus far."
He said the family did not know where Itai was, and was grateful for the support they were receiving from many individuals and organizations.

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 March 2015 01:35

Robert Mugabe: A Risky Global Disaster Risk-Reduction Ambassador


Bona Mugabe, her father, Simbarashare Mbengengwi, who still calls himself foreign minister, and Ignatius Chombo who has been elbowed off the table, facing Shinzo Abe, the Japanese Primeminister, Shinzo Abe. Below audio of opposition spokesman Obert Gutu who was not amused by the abuse of state privileges.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 March 2015 16:45

Zimbabwean Arsenal Fan Backs Man U For Missing Friend, As Mugabe Globetrots


"Zimbabwe can no longer afford this family. Diplomats haven’t been paid for months. We have been expelled by Fifa from the 2018 World Cup because we cannot pay a coach. We are in dire straits and we cannot afford these kinds of extravagant foreign trips. Is he (Mugabe) saying he is more important than anyone else?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 March 2015 10:55

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Bhadharai Pano