Joshua Nkomo letter to Robert Mugabe from exile in the UK – Nehanda Radio

Joshua Nkomo letter to Robert Mugabe from exile in the UK – Nehanda Radio

Joshua Nkomo letter to Robert Mugabe from exile in the UK – Nehanda Radio   DR. JOSHUA M. NKOMO 2 Stevenage Road East Ham E6 2WL London E6 2WL United Kingdom 7th June, 1983   INFORMATIVE LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER MUGABE   Dear Robert,   1. I write to you as a citizen of Zimbabwe and one of the leaders of our country, to you not just as one of the leaders of Zimbabwe, but…

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‘The blood of 20 000 Gukurahundi victims was not shed in vain , perpetrators are slowly starting to point fingers at each other’- Dabengwa ,

‘The blood of 20 000  Gukurahundi  victims was not shed in vain , perpetrators are slowly starting to point fingers at each other’- Dabengwa ,

Zapu leader, Dumiso Dabengwa , has said the blood of the 20 000 people who were killed during the Gukurahundi era was not shed in vain as the perpetrators of the genocide are slowly starting to point fingers at each other. Dabengwa was speaking at the Gukurahundi commemorations organised by pressure group, Ibhetshu LikaZulu, at Stanley Hall on Wednesday. The former Zipra leader, who was jailed during Gukurahundi, said recent claims by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa…

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‘Hey bakithi, igukurahundi? You had Mugabe, Sekeramayi and Mujuru, not me I know nothing!’-Mnangagwa

‘Hey bakithi, igukurahundi? You  had Mugabe,  Sekeramayi  and Mujuru, not me  I know nothing!’-Mnangagwa

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has denied accusations he played an active role in the Gukurahundi massacres, which reportedly claimed over 20 000 lives in Matabeleland and Midlands regions in the 1980s. Speaking in a recent interview with United Kingdom-based magazine New States Man, Mnangagwa said reports linking him to the atrocities were being peddled by his political foes to soil his image.   Mnangagwa, who at the time was State Security minister, seemed to pass the…

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BULAWAYO Police ban pressure group commemoration of gukurahundi set for Unity Day, on December 22

BULAWAYO Police ban  pressure group commemoration of gukurahundi set for  Unity Day, on December 22

BULAWAYO pressure group, Ibhetshu LikaZulu, has been barred from conducting Gukurahundi commemorations at Stanley Hall in Makokoba on Unity Day, December 22, with the police saying the venue was already booked for another event. Ibhetshu’s secretary-general, Mbuso Fuzwayo expressed disappointment at the police’s decision, saying several political party representatives had agreed to attend. “The aim is to reflect on what the day means to us. We believe that it is an important day for Zimbabweans,…

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Devolution- yes, but secession-no! One people one Zimbabwe for all tribes, colours, races and religions,..No Mugabe, No Zanu pf !

Devolution- yes, but  secession-no! One people one Zimbabwe for all tribes, colours, races and religions,..No Mugabe, No Zanu pf !

It is always to right to temper our defiance to oppressive authority, with a clarification of who we are, where we come from and how exactly we got to be where we are today as a nation. In the interest of progress, we will not go as far back as when family were still swinging happily from trees in the mountains,..good old days I suppose, sbut science say, evolution brought down from the mountains and…

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Tajamuka/Sesijikile activists, barricade Bulawayo main road leading into the city centre along Stanley Square in Makokoba

Tajamuka/Sesijikile activists, barricade Bulawayo main road leading into the city centre along Stanley Square in Makokoba

. A GROUP of Tajamuka/Sesijikile activists held a mini-protest in Bulawayo on Thursday afternoon, using boulders to barricade the main road leading into the city centre along Stanley Square in Makokoba. The mini-protest, which lasted about 30 minutes, forced traffic using the route to divert from the one-way road that leads into the city centre. The youths — singing anti-government songs and also burning tyres — were wearing Tajamuka/Sesijikile T-shirts inscribed “Mugabe Must Go”. The…

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Dumiso Dabengwa opposed to reburial of gukurahundi victims before truth and reconcilliation

Dumiso Dabengwa opposed to reburial of gukurahundi victims before truth and reconcilliation

DUMISO DABENGWA a.k.a.(BLACK RUSSIAN) the Zapu leader is strongly opposed to the vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s suggestion in parliarment that victims of gukurahundi should be afforded descent reburial, arguing that this should be held back until a credible truth and reconcilliation excercise is conducted. This is a man who spent four years in prison under Mugabe during gukurahundi, never knowing if he would eventually be released. General lookout Masuku was in prison at the same…

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‘Mugabe’s Zanu PF Propagandist Jonathan Caught Up In gukurahundi Storm’

‘Mugabe’s Zanu PF Propagandist Jonathan Caught Up In gukurahundi Storm’

Zanu-PF top spin doctor, Jonathan Moyo has made bold claims that Zimbabwe People First leader Joyce Mujuru is making political capital out of Gukurahundi atrocities. Last week, Mujuru was quoted saying once elected as President she will  bring perpetrators to book. More than 20 000 people in Matabeleland and some parts of the Midlands were killed by the fifth brigade. President Robert Mugabe has never apologised only saying it was a moment of madness. Writing…

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How War Veterans And Mugabe, Loot National Wealth, Monopolise Wealth And Power, While Zimbabwe Is Burning

How War Veterans And Mugabe, Loot National Wealth, Monopolise Wealth And Power, While Zimbabwe Is Burning

Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime liberation struggle War veterans are  beneficiaries of the system, through receipt of  loans ,medical cover, school fees, pensions,  funeral costs, and  various other welfare benefits. War veterans are, arguably, the greatest financial drain from Zimbabwe’s meagre revenues, generated from a dead economy. Zimbabwe reportedly has a total of 43 000 children of war veterans who have been registered to benefit from Mugabe’s Zanu PF regime school fees fund. The Secretary for Welfare Services for War…

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“Did President Mugabe Threaten a 2nd Gukurahundi As Alleged By Political Arsonists? NO! NO!”- Moyo

“Did President Mugabe Threaten a 2nd Gukurahundi As Alleged By Political Arsonists? NO! NO!”- Moyo

Zanu PF trusted spin doctor Professor Jonathan Moyo has strongly defended President Robert Mugabe over his Gukurahundi threats on war veterans. In a series of tweets late Friday evening, Moyo said the 92 year old Mugabe never threatened the former liberation fighters. Moyo claimed that his boss was merely responding to a report that some war veterans threatened bloodshed if Vice president Emerson Mnangagwa fails to succeeded Mugabe. “Did Pres Mugabe threaten a 2nd Gukurahundi…

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