- HANGING TREEE: Where British settlers hung nine Ndebele warriors more than 100 years ago at the height of the Umvukela (Matabeleland uprisings) in 1896-7, along JMN Nkomo Street between Connaught Avenue and Masotsha Ndlovu Avenue, is a national monument as it symbolises both subjugation and resistance to colonialism by the Zimabwe’s citizens.
- 300 Cowdray Park opposition members mostly defectors from MDC-Alliance joined Zanu-PF during yesterday’s meeting
- Borrowdale road and Harare Drive traffic lights hit-and-run driver arrested after a recording of the incident went viral on social media.
- Financial institutions have grouped under the Bankers Association and resolved not to accept the state-issued 99-year farm leases.
- OPPOSITION party Zapu says it will this week write to Parliament seeking to recall its former members, who are now part of the ruling Zanu-PF.
It is reported online that the Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ally Terence Mukupe has warned the Zimbabwe army on social media that Mnangagwa will not be forced out of office the same way as despot former president Robert Mugabe, after reports leaking from the Zimbabwe Military Intelligence reported indicated that the Zimbabwe vice president RTD Gen Chiwenga along with army chiefs were preparing to force president Emmerson Mnangagwa the Zanu-PF leader out of power.
It is alleged that president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ouster would be easily carried out in a military operation alreadyin place, code-named “Operation Restore Economy by sources from the Military Intelligence and long-time serving former cabinet ministers who indicate that Emmerson Mnangagwa is keen to save face and resign to avoid humiliation, but a Zanu-PF faction behind his presidency is resisting the president’s exit move.
According to Mukupe:”You can’t employ the same strategy twice. Good luck to you daydreamers. We will respond in kind,” Mukupe tweeted, apparently referring to the 2017 coup which ironically catapulted Mnangagwa into power.
Mukupe, went on to tweet, a short video of Major General Sibusiso Moyo an ally of Mnangagwa announcing the 2017 coup which ousted Mugabe on ZBC TV. It is also reported that Sibusiso Moyo is one of several leaders considered as potentially Mnangagwa’s successor by the military intelligence leaks.
On one hand, the Zimbabwe National Army prefers an amicable arrangement involving VP Chiwenga’s take over of Zimbabwe presidency on a transitional basis until the year 2023. Zimbabwe would then hold fresh presidential and parliamentary elections as demanded by the constitution.
The current fear is that the Zimbabwe National Army is likely to force Mnangagwa out using any of three methods such as 1-the Zanu pf party recalling him thus allowing VP Chiwenga to replace him in typically the same manner that the South African ANC party removed the former South Africa president Jacob Zuma from power in February 2018 through an parliamentary impeachment process over the deteriorating South Africa economy , a situation identical to the current deteriorating economic climate in Zimbabwe. The third option is to push for president Emmerson Mnangagwa to be charged with the killing of innocent protesters in August 2018 and early 2019, which the opposition and the people of Zimbabwe are clamoring for.
It is clear from Mukupe’s twitter and social media comments that theMnangagwa Zanu pf militarised faction is edgy , in fear that the plot may actually be close to being carried out.
recently, www.newzimbabwevision.com warned that the Zimbabwe Congress of trade unions (ZCTU) has indicated that it is mobilising for mass protest, clearly agreeing with www.newzimbabwevision to destabilise the system, shut down Zimbabwe, and make the nation ungovernable!Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) a labour union from which the late Richard Morgan Tsvangirai launched the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) from, is finally coming to terms with the reality on the ground about the prevailing economic situation and suffering amongst Zimbabweans.
It is becoming clear to all now, that no law, policy, muscle power, financial standing, or status can silence the oppressed. The harder the system attempts to be, the more fired up the people become and the sooner we reach that irreversible stance, the sooner we can totally dismantle the oppressive system once and for all. We have issued enough warnings which clearly landed on deaf ears and left these oppressors believing that we are in fear or are stupid, but little did they realise that we were only giving them room to commit themselves by taking an irreversible stance. It is up to us to ruthlessly shake up the system, expose it for all it is no matter what laws, policies, constitutions they quote, threats they hang over your heads or other.
When it comes to the people’s voices, they are nothing more than symbols of oppression and any utterances by them are no more than attempts to present themselves as, in reality they are nothing more than the gutter trash to the victims of their oppressive authority. Let them give it their best shot which is bound to be their last as the people will not stomach the rubbish any longer. We have nothing to lose and can only win, this time its either one is with the people or with the enemy, no fence sitting. What we the people need to do is fierlessly destroy any political standing, respect or value they hold internationally and locally.
The key area to hit hard is their ability to receive or generate income and this stems from the exposures we are about to give out publicly and destroy their financial standing. Either one is with the people in this or with the enemy. Threats are daily issued, many have been maimed,been displaced, lost members of their families, livestock and property, lost their lives, dissappeared or other but we cannot back down now. We need to ramp up the pressure and demonstrate that we will not fear anyone or anything anymore.
We are at war with enemies of democracy and whatever it takes including losses, we will live with, but what we can’t live with, is being the generation that sold out our children’s and future generations future to the oppressive authority. We need to unite against the system and all who are inplace to normalise the sysstem, uphold the blatant corrupt authority and bring them down ruthlessly and that starts with pulling the carpet from underneath their feet.
All authorities, local and globally who may have supported the system, will be desperate to distance themselves from the tainted authority, whose total public and business standing in the financial sector is bound to be destroyed by what they are clamouring for with their deliberate hold on to power, refusal to step down and endless attempts to silence the people. www.newzimbabwevision is about to release what is the most shocking exposee set to damage the oppressors globally once and for all , names , events and indisputable accompanying evidence of shocking unimaginable activity right before the people’s eyes, this is big, Lets see if the system is powerful enough to withstand the force. lest you forget, Mugabe never imagined he could be brought down by those he oppressed……watch this space, if you blink you lose!
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) a labour union from which the late Richard Morgan Tsvangirai launched the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) from, is finally coming to terms with the reality on the ground about the prevailing economic situation and suffering amongst Zimbabweans.
The ZCTU has declared that it is set to unleash mass protests against the current economic crisis if the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime fails to provide solutions and restore nomarlcy in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe’s nurses across already public hospitals have announced plans to go on strike in a fortnight if the Zimbabwe militarised Mnangagwa regime fails to give them improved salaries in the current untenable economic climate. Zimbabwe Nurses Association, announced the intention by nurses to strike after 14 days if the government fails address their concerns.
The nurses want, among other issues, a review of their salaries, flexible working hours, a vehicle loan scheme and an improved working environment.
ZCTU demands include that Zimbabwe bank clients should be given back their US$ savings which the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe converted into the infamous bond notes when the regimecreated the RTGS dollar early in 2019.
The ZCTU also added that the government owned Zupco passenger company buses cannot service the commuter transport demands , and fares are unaffordable , ranging between US$2 and US$5, with medical aid subscriptions having tripled in what the ZCTU says are Zimbabwes worst economic conditions in a decade.
Inflation in Zimbabwe rose sharply from 5,4% in September 2018 to a shocking 75,9% by April 2019 just a six month period, with pension and other statutory contributions severely eroded, therefore that is why the ZCTU is demanding a minimum wage of US$600, along with an urgent Tripartite Negotiation Forum be convened to discuss the State of the economy and the way forward.
The ZCTU also noted that , contrary to the Constitution, the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime, commonly announces polices without consultations as required by the Zimbabwe constitution section 13(2) .
The ZCTU is now issuing a notice of intent to embark on mass industrial protest action in the next 14 days if member grievances are not addressed.
www.newzimbabwevision.com says that the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) recently implemented fuel price adjustments , meaning that diesel and petrol will now cost RTGS$4.89 and RTGS$4.97 respectively, based on the US$1:RTGS$4.6125 exchange rate.
As you all know,Zimbabwe is reeling from daily increasing fuel prices and an ever present threat of civil unrest across Zimbabwe as any one in their right frame of mind would realise that a rise in fuel prices means a rise in inflation, costs of basics such as food, rent, water, health, electricty, clothing and more. When the ordinary street person is faced with such instability, it follows that the nation will face a security threat,through civil unrest in protest against the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime which daily causes deepening poverty for the people of Zimbabwe. The people of Zimbabwe need to make their voices heard by rising up to oppressive authority.
Finally the largest labour body in Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Congress of trade Unions (ZCTU) is set to lead the suffering electorate through unleashing mass protests against the current economic crisis if the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime fails to provide solutions and restore nomarlcy in Zimbabwe.
We the people of Zimbabwe, have the power to bring change and that starts with making Zimbabwe ungovernable. We need to destabilise the militarised lawless mnangagwa Zanu pf regime by peacefully walking out, sit ins, shut downs, slow downs and grind the system to a total total halt, level the political playfield fro all opposition to have a fair chance in uprooting the regime.
There is no authority, law, power, force or amount of money, or people who can stifle the people of Zimbabwe when we all rise up in defiance to oppressive authority. We need to see that wasting 37 years hoping above hope that Mugabe would somehow change into some peace loving leader was a total waste of time.
Gobally, wherever you are across the diaspora, you have a right to freedom, so, lets all wade into the fight for democracy by supporting those on the ground to destabilise the ruthless militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime, simply make the nation ungovernable, so that we can bring the suffering of the people to an end. We need to take the bull by the horns and force the regime to act in resolving the crisis before us.We the people can only win through action, because we have nothing to lose but the government is its dying minutes both home and away in the International spheres.
Lets use the leverage to shake up real changes that will benefit the people. In my view at the very least this can entail, the removal from power of the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime, finally dismantling the last vestiges of the Mugabe Zanu pf regime, for us to finally begin to see changes and development. We owe this to our children and future descendants as the future and the nation belongs to them, so lets unite and fight a common enemey, the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime. Many have died , and sadly more will still lose their lives to the militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime but we all need to accept that freedom comes with sacrifice and blood loss, however the system cannot prevail, it must come down at whatever cost. Its either we act now or suffer in silence until 2023, obviously only to again escort the militarised mnangagwa Zanu pf regime to yet another stolen election. If we want change, then we must fight for it through the numerous peaceful actions of destabilising the government and making the whole system ungovernable,.
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