Gukurahundi genocide

NATIONAL RECONCILIATION FIASCO

NATIONAL RECONCILIATION FIASCO

National reconciliation continues to ride the air of political indecision in high places with the latest suggestion that second Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko has been assigned the daunting task of producing a good report in this regard.

Army boss one of us: Zanu PF

Army boss one of us: Zanu PF

IN a move that further highlights the blurred lines between the ruling party and the military, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa all but confirmed that army General Constatine Chiwengwa is a Zanu PF politician and involved in organising party structures, when he introduced him as the party commissar to thousands of supporters in Zibagwe.

Presidium wades into farm dispute

Presidium wades into farm dispute

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko is expected to visit troubled Maleme Ranch in Matobo, as tensions increase following its acquisition.

Case of birds of a feather

Case of birds of a feather

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa launched his wife Auxilia’s Zibagwe-Chirumanzu constituency campaign by declaring that President Robert Mugabe will name and shame corrupt ministers.

Zapu cadrés hang heads in shame

Zapu cadrés hang heads in shame

FORMER Zapu members in Zanu PF are probably hanging their heads in shame after the latest gaffe by newly-appointed Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko in which he desperately wants the country to believe hook, line and sinker that Gukurahundi genocide was a conspiracy of the West to destabilise newly-independent Zimbabwe.

VP must resign over Gukurahundi

VP must resign over Gukurahundi

MDC-T has called for the resignation of Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko describing his remarks on the Gukurahundi genocide as insensitive, in bad taste and grossly offensive to both victims and survivors.

Mphoko pushes too hard for political relevance

Mphoko pushes too hard for political relevance

VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko continues to hog the limelight for the wrong reasons since his recent appointment as the third most powerful politician in the republic.

Gukurahundi haunts Mugabe

Gukurahundi haunts Mugabe

ZIMBABWE is not worthy to chair the continental body — the African Union (AU) — as it still has to resolve the emotive Gukurahundi genocide, Bulawayo East legislator Dorcas Sibanda told Parliament.

Gukurahundi: Group approaches court

Gukurahundi: Group approaches court

BULAWAYO-BASED civic organisation Ibhetshu Likazulu has approached the courts to compel the police to allow the group to hold a commemoration for victims of the Gukurahundi genocide.

War collaborators feel sidelined

War collaborators feel sidelined

WAR COLLABORATORS in Matabeleland South, who worked with the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) during the liberation war, have complained that the government continues to sideline them, as they have not been rewarded for their work.

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