- AVERAGE 65 % of Bulawayo patients suffer mental disorder, mostly drug addiction related, among other issues, cited as a major causes.
- PINT OF BEER GOES UP from $8 to $12, while a 750ml bottle has gone up from $12 to $20
- 'NKAYI MAN (20) arrested for raping a woman (80) after hitting her with an iron bar'.
- Registrar General Committee to vet people who deserve passports, an illegal and a violation of the Zimbabwe constitution
- MATEBELELAND, vow to shut down Nursing schools over tribal recruitment exercise in place of locals, no lessons until locals are recruited.
Mugabe Zanu PF regime may be broke, but they never run short of ideas on how to generate a steady guaranteed income for the corrupt officials through dubious business, investments, or products that eventually collapse after initially yielding un imaginable profits.A case in point is the way Mugabe and his Zanu PF managed to loot diamonds from Chiadzwa diamond mines with the filthy rich Obert Mpofu at the helm of the ministry of mines.
According to Tendai Biti, the then GNU Minister of Finance, no one including him had any access to the militarised diamond mines and no one knew exactly how much was generated as the proceeds were never declared to the state coffers.
By his own admission, Zimbabwe’s Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Obert Mpofu was recently quoted in the media as having said that the government is now introducing urban tollgates in efforts for Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime to raise funds for infrastructural development. This in public eyes is simply a cash cow for Zanu PF
This entropy having massively contributed to the creation of a corrupt , filthy rich Zanu PF elite who became overnight multimillionaires, is it any wonder why Mugabe has Obert Mpofu as minister of Infrastructure and Transport Development, and such a relentless road toll construction system that is designed to force every driver to provide a steady income or profit for Mugabe and his Zanu PF regime? Need I say More?…Wake up Zimbabwe! by Sibusiso Ngwenya. see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com