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Mthwakazi is all ado about nothing. Their plans border on treason and destabilizing Zimbabwe

Published: February 16, 2013

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“MLF (Mthwakazi Liberation Front) has nothing and will have nothing to do with Zimbabwe, let alone elections that serve no purpose. All MLF wants from Zimbabwe is Mthwakazi independence,” remarked the MLF spokesman, quoted in an interview last year. Mthwakazians, the secessionist extremists want the separation of Mthwakazi, which is the present day Matabeleland and […]


Chavunduka would have punished all “witches” in Zimbabwe

Published: January 20, 2013

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Professor Gordon Chavunduka, the late president of the Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association, who was laid to rest at his farm Wednesday, in his lifetime fought hard to get the Witchcraft Suppression Act amended. After massive pressure from the late traditionalist and academic, president Robert Mugabe was in 2006 forced to begin measures to repeal […]


Tsvangirai’s poll outburst shows ZANU-PF’s double standards

Published: January 14, 2013

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Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai came out all guns blazing on Friday, summoning the finance ministry to immediately release the funds for the mobile voter registration. This came about after the nationwide voter registration failed to take place on 3 January, the day it was meant to start. The deputy chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, […]


Zimbabwe: Electoral Pact – Ncube snubs Tsvangirai‏

Published: January 10, 2013

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Welshman Ncube snubs election pact with Tsvangirai but could MT be better off alone? The media has been awash with talk of a possible pact between MDC-T and Professor Welshman Ncube’s MDC. To put an end to all that possibility, or lack of it, MDC spokesman Nhlanhla Dube, announced that the MDC will not be […]


The possibility of a united opposition for Zimbabwe’s 2013 elections

Published: December 30, 2012

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The biggest let down for Zimbabwe in the 2008 elections was the failure by the opposition parties to stage a united front against President Robert Mugabe. The factionalism that rocked the MDC family and their failure to resolve their differences then was their downfall. That split in votes cost them dearly, coupled with the failure […]


Robert Mugabe & Arsene Wenger, You Have Outlived Your Welcome

Published: December 18, 2012

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Once upon a time, Zimbabwe was envied across the whole African divide. Barring South Africa, it had the strongest economy, quality education and a vibrant health system. This was made possible by the policies introduced by the then Prime Minister Robert Mugabe at the turn of Zimbabwe’s independence from the British in 1980. Robert Mugabe […]


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