HARARE- Three agents from the notorious Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) on Wednesday afternoon severely assaulted a mechanic, Bornface Mvemve as he was test-driving an MDC-T vehicle in Harare.
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Democratic transition has not occurred in Zimbabwe in spite of the fact that Mugabe and ZANU-PF have previously lost elections. And the reason is clear. The security sector, which for the past decade or so has been running government affairs with Mugabe and others acting as a civilian facade, has not allowed the will of the people to prevail.
HARARE- A former deputy-director of the notorious Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) who is facing fraud charges, was on Friday issued with a warrant of arrest after failing to turn up for trial. Lovemore Mukandi fled to Canada 11 years ago, but was arrested in September on arrival at the Harare International Airport.
In a spell-binding case, two suspended senior Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) operatives have dragged the dreaded spy agency to court, demanding re-instatement on the basis that there is no law in Zimbabwe governing the operations of the organisation.
Details have emerged that Locadia Karimatsenga Tembo, the woman who is currently making headlines over her alleged marriage to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, reportedly attempted to commit suicide in desperation after the PM rejected her three months ago.
For close to a year now, the country has been steadily sliding back to the pre-June 2008 period of lawlessness, political abductions, murders and military intervention into civilian electoral affairs albeit by performing commissariat work for Zanu PF.
The spokesman for the splinter MDC-99 formation was finally released from police custody on Thursday after being arrested Monday for staging a one-man demonstration at the Munhumutapa offices in central Harare. Aaron Muzungu went to the offices which house Robert Mugabe, holding up his placards.
Starting next week Thursday SW Radio Africa will once again be exposing some of the operations of the notorious Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO). They have received a full list of the addresses and phone numbers for every single CIO office and building in the country.
Deputy Director (External) of the notorious Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) Nothando Thuthani, has died. She was 57 and has been declared a liberation war heroine. Thuthani died on Wednesday morning at West End Hospital after a short illness. She was the highest ranking woman officer in the CIO.
After six weeks serializing a leaked 2001 list of CIO agents working in and outside Zimbabwe, SW Radio Africa last week published a supplementary list of agents who, for various reasons, might not have been on the previous document. In part two of this series we continue exposing more details and names that have come to light.