THE Matabeleland Liberation Organisation (MLO) has accused President Robert Mugabe of deceit and double standards after he advocated for a two states solution for Saharawi and Palestine “while denying the same to Matabeleland”.
Outgoing SADC chairman, Robert Mugabe used his valedictory address to give a historical lesson, speaking on matters ranging from incoming chair, President Ian Khama’s parentage, to a US$50,000 gift Zimbabwe allegedly offered to late Batlokwa paramount chief, Moshibidu Gaborone.
MANY Zimbabweans are in a state of anxiety as they speculate on Itai Dzamara’s fate. Dzamara, a political activist and journalist, has been missing since March 9 this year. It is strongly suspected that the activist was abducted by intolerant agents of the state.
It is almost impossible to encounter a Zimbabwean who cannot read or write, even in the most backward rural outposts. Wherever one goes — day and night — you encounter a Zimbabwean carrying books or “going to school or college”. Most urban schools in the country practice “hot seating” in order to cater for large numbers of students.
Three young elephants initially captured in Hwange for export to China have been taken to an elephant orphanage in Harare, a wildlife group has claimed.
MDC-T organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe has said President Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet reshuffle resembled the 2002 war Cabinet that was aimed at retrogression and wrecking the economy through fighting the West and curtailing human freedoms of Zimbabweans.
Former Mwenezi East MP Kudakwashe Bhasikiti’s bid to challenge President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF over his expulsion from the party went up in smoke yesterday after his application was thrown out by High Court judge Justice Chinembiri Bhunu.
THE Bulawayo Progressive Residents’ Association (Bpra) says it is ready to block the imposition of special interest councillors by the government.
Former Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has again taken President Robert Mugabe to court over the Mwenezi East by-election after the veteran ruler ignored a court order against setting a poll date for the constituency.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s mini-Cabinet reshuffle is an entrenchment of the ruling party’s patronage system that will not benefit ordinary Zimbabweans, the MDC led by Welshman Ncube said yesterday.