Lets take it to the limit as we are almost free. Here is why I have continuously fought the information battle to free Zimbabwe!

Mugabe must be saying ‘Et tu Constantino Guveya Dominic Nyikadzino Chiwenga?’ Zimbabweans are enjoying the drama, watching Mugabe imprisoned not by the west, not by whites, not by the British but by his own Black Zimbabwean, Zanu pf Generals ,…Zimbabweans are free at at last, thank Chiwenga we are free!Image may contain: 3 people, people standing, crowd and outdoor

Constant election rigging, torture and murder by Mugabe , securocrats and Zanu pf stalwarts kept Mugabe in power for 37 years but finally the generals through a bloodless coup by the military protecting peaceful Zimbabweans have paved the way for the final removal of Mugabe.Image may contain: one or more people, people standing, crowd and outdoorImage may contain: one or more people, people standing, crowd and outdoorImage may contain: 3 people, people smilingImage may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing, crowd and outdoorImage may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing, crowd and outdoor

People of Zimbabwe, I commend you all for holding your peace, moving on with life and allowing the generals to get on with whats needed in peace.

The military has fought half the battle for the people of Zimbabwe. The generals and the military need our full support and backing as we only have one shot at removing this dictatorship or else Mugabe will make everyone starting from Generals to the ordinary people pay for this attempt to unseat him.Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing, crowd and outdoor

Today the president was seen in public for the first time and appeared at the University Graduation ceremony in Harare and capped graduates. He appeared relaxed and there was no mention of the ongoing saga. Mugabe continuously refuses to step down from power.Image may contain: 4 people, people smiling, people standing and outdoor

If Mugabe refuses to step down, then on Tuesday the military will impeach him so its his choice to agree to the military pressure to step down.

General Chiwenga is a hero for removing Mugabe so I say to all Zimbabweans Happy…Independance day, hence forth is 14th November 2017!Image may contain: 4 people, people smiling, people standing, crowd, child, beard and outdoor

I therefore encourage everyone who can avail themselves at the Robert Mugabe Square in Harare on Saturday 18 November to do so in thousands, bring out whistles, trumpets, drums, vuvuzelas and sing, dance, ululate, toyi toyi and give a rousing thank you to the military and a resounding publi display of the people’s will to end the Mugabe, Zim1 family, Zanu pf stalwarts and securocrats monopoly over wealth and power.Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing, crowd and outdoor

People of Zimbabwe must all march peacefully to the statehouse from the Robert Mugabe square in Harare and march in protest to the statehouse and block Mugabe’s reinstatement said to be Sunday 19th November. Zimbabweans this is your moments however any attempts by anyone to derail our peaceful protest must be met , not with violence, but with simple democratic citizens arrest and hand over to the military, therefore keep cameras, phones and other electronics running and broadcasting live where you can.

Zimbabweans remember the world will be watching and waiting. This coup is our time to prove that we are mostly christian by virtue of British Christian background, an educated people, peaceful by nature, and seek democracy and that we are behind the army and the will of the people is to see Mugabe out of power.

Coups are generally violent but we are a people who will prove to the world that a dictatorship can be removed peacefully without, violence, war, foreign or neighbouring interference. This time its a Zimbabwean issue, with soldiers and people on the same page so lets unite with them, work with them be peaceful and enjoy every minute because they have created what we have tried to do in 37 years, all in a sudden change of balance of power and we the continuously trodden people are now the victorius as we all push out the dictator.

All criminal acts, violence, destruction and other must be swiftly handed over to the military, remember the eyes of the world will be watching. What we do on Saturday onwards will have a major bearing on how prepared foreign investors will be to rebuild Zimbabwe along with how readily Zimbabweans across the diaspora will be to return and inject their investments into rebuilding the country.

There is no room for terrorism or violent religions. We must stand firm, be tolerant to other religions, bearing in mind that we are Christian by nature, never will be shy to demonstrate that peacefully, always and remember it is that Christian nature that has held peace in Zimbabwe and led us to the new zimbabwe vision freedom that we are witnessing. Henceforth, we should know where our bread is buttered, Christianity has protected us all along, liberated us and we are heading for a blessed, prosperous, peaceful, democratic, just and united Zimbabwe, the people and the military together.

We all need to enjoy the best and most mass peaceful protest ever witnessed in Zimbabwe, this time against the very dictator who has oppressed us all along for 37 years.

After three years at University Of Zimbabwe (UZ), in the early 1990s, having witnessed the real horrors inflicted by the 92 year old despot for almost a decade up to 1987 during the brutal Gukurahundi massacres of 20,000 unarmed Matebeleland and Midlands people by the Zanu PF leader Robert Mugabe’s fifth Brigade, headed by his nephew then head of Fifth Brigade, now the Airforce of Zimbabwe commander Perence Shiri, the easiest thing to ever do was to simply defy oppressive authority and agitate for transparency. equality, prosperity , and justice for all, through defiance to oppression by the despot, ‘Black Oppressor of Blacks’.

Future generations can never forgive our generation for sitting back and selling off the motherland to Mugabe, Zim1 family, Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats who monopolise wealth and power through continuously looting national wealth and resources under the guise of ‘Black empowerment’ and ‘Indeginisation’ yet its all simply ‘legitimised crime and corruption’ . What the General Chiwenga and fellow generals are doing is liberating the suffering people of Zimbabwe by removing Grace Mugabe and retiring Robert Mugabe gracefully. The army needs our support and we say no to SADC, AU or foreign intervention. Zimbabweans are educated enough, able to keep the worlds eye on the developments through live posts, photos, articles and all social media including whatspp, facebook messenger and others. We must all readily share these as they happen and let the whole world know. Any attempts to derail our progress must be made public and the perpertrators handed over to the generals including the evidence as at the moment the military is in charge and there are no police operating in Zimbabwe yet we are peacefully operating. I can confirm that Police chief Chihuri, Zacc Gandawa and other G40 allies are now said to be in military custody,..Information is Power and newzimbabwevision stands firmly committed to keeping the public informed.

My memory of life at UZ is one of incessant struggles involving frequent running battles with the brutal riot police force and confrontation with security authorities sometimes running well into the night along teargas attacks by the police.

This typically made me a ‘person of interest’ to security forces, but at no time did I lose my passion or resolve to fight for the freedom from oppression by Mugabe, of all Zimbabweans Coloured, White, Black, any tribe, religion, creed or political orientation.

In 1994, I joined the Agricultural and Technical Extension Services (AGRITEX) and because of my fluency in Shona and Ndebele I was able to relocate to Bulawayo as Head Of Training and responsible for the Mass Media unit. My job entailed frequent nationwide travel throughout farming areas and liasing with the AGRITEX personnel in direct contact with the target group.

This meant being in charge and responsible for the recording of quality farming radio programmes on the ground and spending several hours a week at ZBC studios, airing the recorded material through seven radio programmes , namely 1) Nhau Dzevarimi, 2) Tinokushevedzai varimi, 3) Kuchengetedzwa kwezvipfuwo, 4) Izindaba Zabalimi, 5) Sibiza Abalimi 6) Ukugcinwa kwezifuyo on ZBC Radio 2 and Radio 4 channels, along with 7) Agritex farm Diary on Radio 1. I had a great team under me including Penney Lumley, the late Calvin Madlela, and politician Frank Chamunorwa.

Besides the radio programmes, I was also responsible for translating, writing and publishing information on pamphlets, posters and books for staff and farmer training nationwide. This was at a time when Zimbabwe was reeling from the impact of ESAP and the DRC war along with a dying economy.

I was well informed about the issues relating to Zimbabwe’s land crisis and the farming issues and foresaw the eventual , disastrous war veteran led white farmer eviction campaign of 2000 onwards.

This was my cue to leave, so, after a two year stint in AGRITEX, I felt fully exposed to reality on the ground, and stifled at the same time as I had more to say than the system would allow me to put out.

I then joined a Non Governmental Organisation, (NGO) named Popular Education Collective (PEC), where, as head of the Outreach department, I was responsible for writing and editing information on good governance, democracy, human rights, voting, transparency and accountability and numerous other titles, some which are featured below. It was a hugely enriching experience that gave me nationwide travel to all remote corners of Zimbabwe and typically the same target group as in AGRITEX, so it was a smooth transition.

There were major variances which included the provision of libraries at coops and project groups, mainly stocked with our publications, designed to provide information that would leave readers in a position to make more informed decisions about issues such as good governance, democracy, human rights, voting, transparency and accountability which directly change their lives for the better.

One of the areas that I was involved in under PEC was liaising with the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) in producing a full report, shown below for June 24 and June 25 Elections in the year 2000. This had been the first election in which the original Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) established in 1999, had participated in with massive support. It was also the clearest indication that Mugabe was not prepared to let go of the country and would fight tooth and nail to hold onto power.

Having enjoyed access to the rural folk, in Zimbabwe,who are Mugabe’s Zanu PF stronghold, through Agritex publications, training and radio and later the Non Governmental Organisation, (NGO) named Popular Education Collective (PEC) work through publications and training on good governance, democracy, human rights, voting, transparency and accountability, it was inevitable that, with 25 years under my belt, fighting corruption, I would unleash a wave of absolute defiance to oppression across Social media platforms and further fight for the ordinary person’s plight in Zimbabwe.

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Information is Power and the people of Zimbabwe don’t know their true power. It is therefore imperative that Zimbabweans must hop aboard the information train and freely undermine, the corrupt, oppressive Mugabe and his Zanu PF through all forms of information publication, debate and distribution as Zanu Pf cannot stop that train,..Wake Up Zimbabwe! Please feel free to share this with all your friends worldwide,Thank you…..more to follow! Sibusiso Ngwenya

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