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Mugabe's Tonton Macoutes Kidnap Democracy Activist

JerrymosZimbabwean Occupy Protester Abducted, Brutalised by Mugabe Boys

A member of the Occupy Africa Unity Square (OAUS) pressure group Jerrymos Mugwenhi was abducted by state agents and released only after brutal assault by security agents, in offices inside the Parliament Building.

An Occupy spokesman said Mugwenhi had reported that seven operatives took turns assaulting him with fists, open palms and leather whips (sjamboks), demanding information about the organisation (Occupy) and its leader Itai Dzamara and about who was funding them.

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 February 2015 21:21

No Carpet Involved in Mugabe Fall - Video

No carpet involved here Mister Minister Jonathan Moyo. 

Jonathan Moyo's attempt to blame a wrongly laid carpet for President Robert Mugabe’s fall yesterday is clearly disproved by this video.

A security operation that was mounted to delete all pictures of President Robert Mugabe falling at Harare International Airport has apparently come to naught.

But even as we publish these pictures we are trepidatious because the last time that pictures were published which Mugabe’s security did not want published the publisher, Edward Chikomba was murdered.

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 February 2015 13:32

Brave MDC-T Youth Needs Treatment for Torture

mdcYADemoThe MDC-T National Youth Assembly has appealled for $900 to support its Vice Chairman Shakespeare Mukoyi who needs surgery after his back was damaged during torture.

Last Updated on Saturday, 07 February 2015 16:31

International Press Blind on Robert Mugabe?

AU Commission chair Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (l) looks on as President Robert Mugabe receives the gavel and the AU flag as symbols of his chairmanship of the AU.

More disturbing than the hypocrisy surrounding yesterday’s assumption of the AU chairman by Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe is the seeming conspiratory silence by the international Press to on even on issues that they have reported on before and which make him the most inappropriate leader of a political party, let alone a country or a regional body.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2015 16:43

Tokwe Mukorsi - Worse Than A Dog’s Breakfast

Tokwe Mukorsi residents, who where flooded out of their homes by a bungled dam project of the Zimbabwe government in February 2014 are still languishing. now pushed from the front pages of newspapers to Human Rights reports.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2015 18:12

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

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Bhadharai Pano