Matabeleland-based political analysts say Zimbabwe can only positively celebrate peace if the government publicly addresses gross human rights abuses perpetrated on ordinary citizens the Gukurahundi atrocities, Operation Murambatsvina and political violence that marred the 2008 general elections.
THE GOVERNMENT has no plans to give victims of Gukurahundi decent burials because it runs the risk of including people who do not deserve the privilege, Home Affairs deputy minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has said.
THE whole peace-loving world is united in offering condolences to the relatives and friends of all those who lost their lives during the Westgate mall raid in Nairobi, Kenya, by the al-Shabab, a Somali affiliate of the al-Qaeda.
IF THE election of Jacob Mudenda as speaker of Parliament is anything to go by, then Zimbabwe is heading for reversal, regression and more sterility.
ZANU founding member Enos Nkala who died on Wednesday, changed his mind about being buried at the Heroes’ Acre two years ago after he made disparaging comments about the national shrine, his family said yesterday.
The late Zanu PF founding member Enos Nkala’s family say they are shocked at the sentiments expressed about the former Home Affairs minister,
ZAPU president Dumiso Dabengwa has revealed for the first time how the late former Defence minister Enos Nkala offered him a Zanu PF card while he was incarcerated at the height of Gukurahundi.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Wednesday all but declared Enos Nkala a national hero, drawing the ire of pressure groups, who have expressed outrage at the honour.
IN MOST cultures people never speak ill of the dead, but very few in Matabeleland and the Midlands will shed a tear for the late Zanu PF founder member Enos Nkala.
TEMPERS flared on Tuesday at a public debate on elections at Sapes Trust in Harare when the moderator raised the issue of Gukurahundi atrocities