An NGO suing President Robert Mugabe in an attempt to force early elections in Zimbabwe is actually a bogus outfit being funded by the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) using money from the secretive ‘Operation Spiderweb.’
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The recent statement by Keith Khoza, spokesperson for the African National Congress, that the party continues to support Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF is shameful and perplexing. It comes against the background of ZANU-PF’S active support of Julius Malema.
CHIMANIMANI – President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party is being accused of cheating in advance of elections this year with officials from the Registra General’s office allegedly making it hard for known MDC-T supporters to register to vote.
About 20 000 people from Matabeleland and the Midlands died in horrific ways or disappeared in the conflict. Some of the bodies were thrown down disused mine shafts and have never been found. The violence ended after ZANU and ZAPU reached a unity agreement.
I am going to keep my comments very brief. Over the last decade, just about everything that can be said about Zimbabwe has been said. I am not here to scrape around and present you one or two pieces of trivia that you may not have heard before.
Exiled MDC-T Treasurer General Roy Bennett answers questions sent in by SW Radio Africa listeners about whether he is likely to go back to Zimbabwe, the downgrading of MDC-T structures in the Diaspora, his reaction to former ZANU PF MP Tracy Mutinhiri joining the MDC-T and the way forward for the GNU.
BIRMINGHAM- Zimbabwe’s young ICT Minister Nelson Chamisa who is also National Organising Secretary for the MDC-T weaved his political magic in the UK, holding an audience of party activists spell bound with his political parables and humorous analogies that explained the political situation back home.
In asking Tsvangirai to ‘consider his position’ the ZimVigil are throwing stones, when they are yet to fully explain accusations they take advantage of desperate asylum seekers in the UK and their sister organisation Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR) were doing the same.