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Is Morgan Tsvangirai the rightful prime minister for Zimbabwe?

Published: September 19, 2012

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Morgan Tsvangirai has not fully earned his keep as the rightful prime minister of Zimbabwe. He is the default prime minister. Yet he is already behaving as if he is the chosen leader. At this juncture, let me clarify one important thing in this paragraph. I do not support Robert Mugabe, nor do I support […]


Published: August 27, 2012

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Zanu PF is a cult. Its members pray to an idol god named Robert Mugabe. They practice hero worshiping of the dead and sacrifice innocent lives to appease their god,Robert. Mugabe said himself that he has died and resurrected more times than Christ. His staunch followers hang on to this gospel of disunity and will […]

Like Steve Biko, I too write what I like

Published: July 31, 2012

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It is hard to believe that a whole nation can be besieged by a cabal of greedy bastards, masquerading as politicians. We have become a society that idolizes a dream so far fetched that it is unsustainable. Everyone wants something shiny and new. Those who haven’t got the modern gizmos are looked at as if […]


Published: July 15, 2012

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“Last night I endured grueling racial abuse in Aarhus.” The Danish law and constitution stipulate that no one should be discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion. Yet, I endured racial abuse yesterday around midnight at Kurts Mor bar, which is located in Fredens Torv 7, 8000 Aarhus […]


Published: July 14, 2012

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The recent controversial portrait of president Jacob Zuma caused quite a stir recently in South Africa. The portrait upset the Zuma camp and given the pool of tears his lawyer shed in front of the presiding judge as he expressed how despicable this portrait was, I have concluded to analyze it. I have nothing personal […]

Who is Nathiel Manheru?

Published: July 11, 2012

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“The mans writings are a crazed dance on a propaganda trapeze.”     Who is Nathaniel Manheru? Maybe I should ask, what is Nathaniel Manheru? The mans writings are a crazed dance on a propaganda trapeze. Manheru is undoubtedly a bird singing for its meal, a hogwash spewing bafoon, clearly out of touch with reality. […]

A Grain of Sand Will Transform Zimbabwe

Published: July 6, 2012

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“There are no political messiahs when it comes to inculcating progressive change.Each person must put in their grain of sand, in order to bring about meaningful transformation.” There is an old Guatemalan saying, “Granito de arena” which means “I alone cant change things” Change is a collective effort. Each person must put in their grain […]

A Political Parable – Zim One

Published: July 5, 2012

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Imagine we have a bus. We own it collectively. We are 70 passengers and most of us have a drivers license. So we elect one of us to become the designated driver for five days. The elected bus driver picks his conductor and everyone agrees with his choice. After all, the bus belongs to all […]

Who is Morgan Tsvangirai? Part II

Published: July 4, 2012

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  “By taking a critical look at Tsvangirai, I seem to have upset many people. But is Tsvangirai a political Messiah who is beyond criticism?” Due to a large inflow of comments on the article I wrote about Morgan Tsvangirai, I feel I need to clarify some issues. There was a heated debate yesterday about […]

Movement for Girlfriends Changing

Published: July 4, 2012

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             Who is Morgan Tsvangirai?  “The only change Tsvangirai has delivered is that of changing several women in a short period.” Over the years, I have written critically against Robert Mugabe and Zanu Pf. I rarely mention Morgan Tsvangirai in my writings, giving a default impression that perhaps I support the man. Today I wish to […]

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