Listen to Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at DAVOS refusing to apologise over the gukurahundi genocide which killed over 20,000 innocent unarmed Ndebele’s from Matebeleland and Midlands in the 80s

Listen to Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at DAVOS refusing to apologise over the gukurahundi genocide which killed over 20,000 innocent unarmed Ndebele’s from Matebeleland and Midlands in the 80s

Listen to Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa, at DAVOS refusing to apologise over the gukurahundi genocide which killed over 20,000 innocent unarmed Ndebele’s from Matebeleland and Midlands in the 80s when he was then Minister of State Security, in charge of the Security arms like the ruthless CIO. Watch this clip…Mnangagwa says ‘I understand that 20,000 a figure that came from the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) is a figure that is being flighted…

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The coup, named Operation Restore Legacy, was about keeping the Joint Operation Command Junta in power at all cost

The coup, named Operation Restore Legacy, was about keeping the Joint Operation Command Junta in power at all cost

The coup, named Operation Restore Legacy, was about keeping the Joint Operation Command Junta in power at all cost.   The Junta carried out the dirty work of vote rigging, looting, political violence, murder and the military coups (November coup was the second, the first was in 2008 to stop MDC getting into power). After the coup, the Junta shared out the spoils of power but this was not just about holding powerful position in…

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BLATANT DISREGARD FOR MDC T CONSTITUTION, displayed in the selection mechanism of leaders thats unfolding,..interesting!

BLATANT DISREGARD FOR MDC T CONSTITUTION, displayed in the selection mechanism of leaders thats unfolding,..interesting!

 IF MDC T are keen to overlook a democratic party constitution and sideline an elected woman vice president Thokazani Khuphe from substituting Tsvangirai then we cannot lay blame on Mugabe, Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwarts and securocrats for their disregard for Zimbabwe’s constitution, lawlessness, lack of rule of law and disregard for the rule of law. Democracy must be seen to be practised and not just be a claimed position to attract supporters and financial aid…

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Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote and those “serious” could come back and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote  and those “serious” could come back  and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote and those “serious” could come back and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.   Speaking in Namibia, Mnangagwa, claimed that the diaspora Zimbabweans have not been denied their right to vote . He said that those “serious” could come back home to register under the on-going voter registration and to…

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Only in Zimbabwe! How can it be that the same people who celebrated removing Mugabe and replacing him with a more ruthless Mnangagwa leader of the same Zanu pf actually have the same opposition leaders continuously harping on about Zanu pf corruption yet the very same leaders go to court and defend these Zanu pf and their corruption.

Only in Zimbabwe! How can it be that the same people who celebrated removing Mugabe and replacing him with a more ruthless Mnangagwa leader of the same Zanu pf actually have the same opposition leaders continuously harping on about Zanu pf corruption yet the very same leaders go to court and defend these Zanu pf and their corruption.

ONLY IN ZIMBABWE! How can it be that the same people who celebrated removing Mugabe and replacing him with a more ruthless Mnangagwa leader of the same Zanu pf actually have the same opposition leaders continuously harping on about Zanu pf corruption yet the very same opposition leaders go to court and defend these Zanu pf thugs and their corruption. -DISCUSS!    Ex Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi is represented by MDC-T senior official Job Sikhala….

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‘We are a democratic country, people can lobby for anything, but currently, there is no need for another coalition’- Mnangagwa

‘We are a democratic country, people can lobby for anything, but currently, there is no need for another coalition’- Mnangagwa

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday ruled out another coalition with MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai shortly after visiting the ailing opposition leader at his Highlands home in Harare yesterday.   “Currently, there is no need,” he said shortly after meeting the former Prime Minister.   Pressed further on the question of a coalition, as there was a strong lobby for it, Mnangagwa insisted there would be none.   “We are a democratic country, people can lobby for…

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Thokozani Khupe (MDC-T vice president) is under attack from Bulawayo province for her continued opposition to a united opposition MDC Alliance to take on Mnangagwa in the 2018 ballot

Thokozani Khupe (MDC-T vice president)  is under attack from Bulawayo province for her continued opposition to a united opposition MDC Alliance to take on  Mnangagwa in the 2018 ballot

MDC-T vice president Thokozani Khupe is under attack from the Bulawayo province that criticises her continued opposition to Morgan Tsvangirai’s plan for an opposition alliance to take on Emmerson Mnangagwa in the key presidential election this year.   The MDC spokesperson for Bulawayo province Felix Mafa specifically takes on Khupe for continuing to oppose Tsvangirai’s move to join hands with the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) led by Tendai Biti; the MDC led by Welshman Ncube;…

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The new Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa today took time, along with his Vice President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga to visit the sick MDC T leader, former prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai at his Highlands home in Harare.

The new Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa today took time, along with his Vice President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga to visit the sick MDC T leader, former prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai at his Highlands home in Harare.

President Mnangagwa was in the company of Vice President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga and welcomed at Tsvangirai’s home by MDC-T vice president Mr Nelson Chamisa, MDC T director of elections, Murisi Zvizvayi and Mrs Elizabeth Tsvangirai’s wife.   We are not here to judge anyones health but after 17 years at the helm of MDC and failing to remove Mugabe, having lost his wife and been seriously injured in a failed attempt by Mugabe to…

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‘President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration through Perrance Shiri have ordered an inventory of Mugabe’s 14 multiple farms for re allocation to landless ordinary Zimbabweans’

‘President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration through Perrance Shiri have ordered an inventory of Mugabe’s 14 multiple farms for re allocation to landless ordinary Zimbabweans’

After initially rewarding Mugabe with a golden handshake package of US$10 million, we are now informed that the Department of Lands, has been ordered reportedly by Mugabe’s nephew Perence Shiri to carry out a full inventory of Mugabe’s farms for reallocation. At the moment this appears to be an attempt by Mnangagwa’s Zanu pf administration to strip Mugabe of his multiple farms, a total of fourteen farms.   The Mugabe family own Gushungo Estates- 4…

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‘Returning diasporans will resolve Zimbabwe crisis’-False…remember 2008! Wake up, Zimbabwe!-An Yue jiang Chinese Ship with weapons from China to Zimbabwe

‘Returning diasporans will resolve Zimbabwe crisis’-False…remember 2008! Wake up, Zimbabwe!-An Yue jiang Chinese Ship with weapons from China to Zimbabwe

We all remember that in March 2008, Zimbabwe experience a tumultous time, because of unprecedented electoral violence before and post the 29 March 2008 general election. Mugabe, Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats had lost relevance because of the continued suffering and hunger across Zimbabwe and the people were clearly hungry for a change of power due to economic situation. General elections were held in Zimbabwe on 29 March 2008 to elect the President and Parliament….

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