GUKURAHUNDI: ‘MUGABE MUST EXPLAIN WHY HE REFUSED TO PUBLISH Chihambakwe commission and the Dumbutshena Commission reports, which to date have not been made public’-Dumiso Dabengwa.

GUKURAHUNDI: ‘MUGABE MUST EXPLAIN WHY HE REFUSED TO PUBLISH Chihambakwe commission and the Dumbutshena Commission  reports, which to date  have not been made public’-Dumiso Dabengwa.

GUKURAHUNDI: ‘MUGABE MUST EXPLAIN WHY HE REFUSED TO PUBLISH Chihambakwe commission and the Dumbutshena Commission reports, which to date have not been made public’-Dumiso Dabengwa.   What is there to hide and why hide it? These are questions he (Mugabe) should be asked as to why did he not publish those two reports.   FORMER president Robert Mugabe, in an interview with the Zimbabwe Independent a fortnight ago, laid the blame of the Gukurahundi atrocities…

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Former President Robert Mugabe has opened on several high profile secrets Zimbabweans have always had questions on.

Former President Robert Mugabe has opened on several high profile secrets Zimbabweans have always had questions on.

Former President Robert Mugabe has opened on several high profile secrets Zimbabweans have always had questions on.   In a wide ranging interview with The Independent newspaper, Mugabe takes a swipe at his successor President Emmerson Mnangagwa accusing him of murders in the Gukurahundi atrocities of the eighties.   Below is an extract of the interview:   Q: What role have you played in the formation of the National Patriotic Front, the new opposition party…

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OPPOSITION POLITICAL PARTIES AND CIVIC GROUPS CONDEMN PRESIDENTIAL SPOKESMAN George Charamba for “absolving” President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s of any blame in the Gukurahundi massacres.

OPPOSITION POLITICAL PARTIES AND CIVIC GROUPS CONDEMN PRESIDENTIAL SPOKESMAN George Charamba for “absolving” President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s of any blame in the Gukurahundi massacres.

OPPOSITION POLITICAL PARTIES AND CIVIC GROUPS CONDEMN PREIDENTIAL SPOKESMAN George Charamba for “absolving” President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s of any blame in the Gukurahundi massacres.   They argued the timing of Charamba’s claims was suspicious as it came when the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has just begun consultative meetings on Gukurahundi and other past human rights violations.   Charamba, in an opinion piece published in a local weekly, said Mnangagwa was then “just a ministerial…

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EXILED former Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has written to President Emmerson Mnangagwa via twitter on his 100 days in office.

EXILED former Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has written to President Emmerson Mnangagwa via twitter on his 100 days in office.

Dear Emmerson, YOUR 100 days in stolen office through a #bloodymilitarycoup on 15/11/17 have shown that an ILLEGITIMATE & UNCONSTITUTIONAL govt like yours can’t deliver legitimate outcomes to the people. #CoupMakers can SAY but can’t DO the right things due to their ILLEGITIMACY! source Byo24

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INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles,

INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles,

INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles, covering, religion, business, celebrities, fashion, politics, sport, girl child, good governance, democracy, equality, service delivery, health, education, housing, transport and other issues directly affecting the ordinary street person, to us, so we can publish them for you on our site for global readership. All articles must be original, writers…

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1972 to 1979, during the liberation struggle 27,000 people were killed,..that was war! In a much shorter time under black rule by PM Robert Gabriel Mugabe, during independance 20,000 Ndebeles were butchered

1972 to 1979,  during the liberation struggle 27,000 people were killed,..that was war! In a much shorter time  under black rule by PM Robert Gabriel Mugabe, during  independance 20,000 Ndebeles were butchered

From 1972 to 1979, a total of 27,000 people were killed in the liberation struggle,..that was war! In a much shorter time during a time of independance under black rule by prime minister Robert Gabriel Mugabe, State Security Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa who have worked together for 54 years at the helm of Zanu, Mugabe’s nephew now Zimbabwe’s minister of Lands and Agriculture the Rtd Air force Commander Perrance Shiri a.k.a Bigboy Samson Chikerema from Mugabe’s…

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South African Judge suggests charging South African government over Bashir flight

South African Judge suggests charging South African government over Bashir flight

A SOUTH African judge asked prosecutors on Wednesday to consider charging the government over its decision to let Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir leave the country in defiance of legal orders from Pretoria and the International Criminal Court. Bashir flew out of South Africa on June 15 as world powers and activists were urging the government to arrest him under a warrant from the global court on charges of masterminding genocide and other atrocities in…

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Rwanda’s Intelligence Chief arrested at Heathrow under European Arrest Warrant.

Rwanda’s Intelligence Chief arrested at Heathrow  under European Arrest Warrant.

Rwanda’s  Director General of National Intelligence and National Security , who also, previously served as the deputy Commander of the African Union Peace Keeping force in Darfur, was arrested at Heathrow Airport  in London on   Saturday under a European Arrest Warrant. The 54-year-old General Karenzi Karake, is an official, wanted on war crimes charges, who is also a member of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), appeared  before London’s West Minster Magistrates Court where  he  was remanded in…

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