‘Zanu PF Cant Repair Economy Before Repatriation Of First Chimurenga Skulls From UK’-Jonathan Moyo

‘Zanu PF  Cant Repair  Economy Before Repatriation Of First Chimurenga Skulls From UK’-Jonathan Moyo

  THE Zanu PF government cannot concentrate on turning around the economy for now before repatriation of the remains of the country’s First Chimurenga heroes lying in foreign museums, Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has said. Commenting on his Twitter account in response to a remark by one of his followers calling on government to concentrate on rebuilding the free-falling economy, Moyo said: “How can we focus on the economy when the skulls…

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Welshman Ncube : ‘Zimbabwe, From Two Million Employed Down To Two Million Unemployed’

Welshman Ncube : ‘Zimbabwe, From Two Million Employed Down To Two Million Unemployed’

BY THE the time you read this piece, the Parliament of Zimbabwe would have passed the Labour (Amendment) Bill, 2015. It seeks to solve a labour problem for which many blame either the Supreme Court or overzealous employers said to have unscrupulously taken advantage of the Supreme Court ruling on notice termination of employment to engage in mass dismissals of employees without compensation. I have read gloatingly provocative postings online by Zanu PF mandarins calling…

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MDC-T Storm Out Of Senate In Protest As Heartless Zanu PF Block Bigger Packages For Fired Workers

MDC-T  Storm Out Of Senate In Protest As Heartless Zanu PF Block Bigger Packages For Fired Workers

MDC-T Senators on Thursday walked out of the Upper House during a debate on the Labour Amendment Bill after their proposed changes were rejected by Zanu PF counterparts. The opposition party was of the view it had been promised Tuesday, when the bill was debated in the National Assembly, that their amendments would be incorporated during the Senate discussions. But, woefully outnumbered by the ruling party, MDC-T Senators were left exposed after labour minister Prisca…

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Education Sector Is Underfunded Says ‘Jonathan Moyo Mugabe’s Strongest Weapon Against Democracy,

The man who managed to bouy up a sinking Mugabe and his Zanu PF Ship, then the Minister Of Information, ‘Jonathan Moyo , now the Higher and Tertiary Education minister yesterday has openly admitted to the people of Zimbabwe that the education sector is underfunded by Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime. Education, worldwide is the foundation of development typically any credible government’s   human capital base. Jonathan Moyo  was addressing guests at the the official opening of the…

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Panic Over Looming Mass Demonstrations, & Unrest, Spawned by, Poverty , Economy & Unemployment’

Panic Over Looming Mass Demonstrations, & Unrest, Spawned by, Poverty ,  Economy & Unemployment’

Zimbabweans has typically reached a point of no return with respect to any hope of recovering from the relentless and horrific downward spiral brought about by the Mugabe and his Zanu PF  sponsored , economic collapse. Currently the nation is facing an unprecedented wave of company closures, and redundancies spawned by a collapsed economy and mass  poverty all leading to apredictable social unrest, which will be difficult if not impossible to control as the people of Zimbabwe are now at a…

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Panicked Mugabe To Give 1st State Of Nation Address Since 2007, Over Out Of Control Economy

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe, who last gave a state of the nation address  in 2007 when the Zimbabwe dollar crashed as inflation rocketed beyond any imaginable amount of zeros and the Zimbabwean dollar, collapsed, paving way for a multicurrency system will next week Tuesday deliver a state of the nation address To Zimbabwe’s Parliament. This is an obvious acknowledgement of the local and international pressure bearing down upon Mugabe and his illegitimate Zanu PF regime for him to…

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Harare Mayor-‘Zimbabwe Needs Serious Rebranding As Image, Is Tarnished Internationally’

Harare  Mayor-‘Zimbabwe Needs Serious Rebranding  As Image,  Is Tarnished Internationally’

Bernard Manyenyeni Harare mayor yesterday said the country needed serious rebranding as its image had been tarnished internationally. Manyenyeni claimed he had been humiliated whenever he attended international conferences with different people, saying Zimbabwe needed “cleansing” as its image was bad. Manyenyeni claimed there had been several incidents where he had been mocked during international meetings. His recent trip was to South Africa. President Robert Mugabe was also recently humiliated by a Nigerian journalist where…

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Kasukuwere Tells Harare Council, ‘Cut Your Hefty Salaries Instead Of Targeting Low Earners’

Kasukuwere Tells Harare Council, ‘Cut Your Hefty Salaries Instead Of Targeting Low  Earners’

Saviour Kasukuwere Local Government minister yesterday challenged Harare City Council officials to cut down on their hefty salaries to reduce the local authority’s ballooning wage bill instead of targeting low-income earners in its proposed retrenchment exercise. Officially opening a housing project by Homelink in Tynwald, Harare, Kasukuwere said council was wrong in trying to fire 3 000 employees on three months’ notice without addressing the issue of managers’ mega salaries. Kasukuwere, however, said unproductive workers…

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‘After Chinhoyi Rock Diesel Con , Now, 1896 Skulls Repatriation From UK To Kickstart Collapsed Economy’

‘After Chinhoyi Rock Diesel Con , Now, 1896 Skulls Repatriation From UK  To Kickstart Collapsed Economy’

After Mugabe’s Zanu PF midnight barefoot dancing around a Chinhoyi cave in the false hope that diesel will suddenly flow from the rocks, the next con on the table is the repatriation of the 1896 slaughtered First Chimurenga Heroes from UK back to Zimbabwe. Mugabe and his Zanu PF will attempt to brainwash the electorate with the usual sanctions  and liberation struggle mantra, topping it up with the cream of all cons, the century year…

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‘Chinese Poaching Cartels & Villagers Exhume Lion Bones For Lucrative Illegal Asian Wine Market Trade ‘

‘Chinese Poaching Cartels & Villagers Exhume  Lion Bones For Lucrative Illegal Asian Wine Market Trade ‘

VILLAGERS around the Hwange wildlife conservancy area are reported to be illegally working with Chinese poaching cartels to exhume lion skeletons whose bones are processed into top quality wine fetching up to $20,000 a bottle. The chairperson of the Zimbabwe Conservation Taskforce, Johnny Rodrigues, confirmed the development, Wednesday. He said the lion bones had a lucrative market in Asia, adding this has motivated villagers around the Hwange to exhume skeletons that were buried after trophy…

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