- A 19-YEAR-OLD BULAWAYO DOMESTIC WORKER FOUGHT OFF two knife-wielding men and sent them fleeing after they broke into a house and tried to rape her and her employer's daughters aged seven and 14 years,
- MDC-T National Council, the Supreme-decision-making body in between Congresses met today deliberated on key issues affecting the partyand fired the MDC T Vice President Thokozani Khuphe
- MUGABE:-BLAME NDEBELES, ZAPU AND ZIPRA FOR GUKURAHUNDI
- The Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) Secretary - General Mr Raymond Majongwe has threatened to take the government to court for failing to address hunger and schooling equipment for school children after 38 years of independence.
- MDC-T NATIONAL CHAIRMAN LOVEMORE MOYO, YESTERDAY QUIT BOTH HIS POSITION AND MDC T PARTY citing, among other issues, what he called the unconstitutional power grab by leader Mr Nelson Chamisa.
IN PRINCIPLE MUGABE WAS RIGHT TO SAY LAND TO THE PEOPLE, and work at returning ownership of land, resources, minerals and other resources back to the people of Zimbabwe, thereby redressing a past imbalance brought about by the white racist Rhodesian regime led by Ian Smith.
The disastrous Zanu Pf land redistribution policy which led to the removal of white commercial farmers and redistribution of land to the black people, was a great step for the people.
It would however be folly for any one whether the military or democratic opposition to attempt to reverse the gains that the indigenous people have made over the last seventeen years. No one in their right minds wants to see this happen. The only thing we expect is a full stock take of the farms and to have corrupt people like politicians, the rich and securocrats and Zanu pf and Mugabe family along with their close allies , stripped of their multiple farms, which should be redistributed to deserving people queing for land.
Farms already in place should be cut down drastically to manageable sizes and shared out to the people of Zimbabwe. Any attempt to reverse the land issue should be thwarted heavily by the generals, no turning back on land as we have come a long way to be where we are today and the only thing between struggling today and afree tomorrow is Mugabe finally stepping down. For now let the generals keep him under house arrest.
Hey, the generals are democratic people and want everything done by the book,..he will step down and walk away or be carried out on a hearse with the generals doing the slow march,..Mugabe must go! Sibusiso Ngwenya