Every now and then a book comes along that breaks through the wallpaper of my own life and delivers its message intravenously. Elephant Dawn by Sharon Pincott did that for me – an intense read, inspiring and moving.
Mazimbabweans hosted Jenni Williams (WOZA) in their outreach programme yesterday in Woking – Uk and she was given all the time to presnt her thoughts on the current situation in Zimbabwe.Though Jenni is on mission to collect her mum from England on medical grounds she was able to share a lot with a few Mazimbabweans Yes We Can members who managed to turn up for this briefing.
The Mugabe ‘official’ view of the chaos in Harare on Friday is that it was the work of paid demonstrators for the imperialist West aiming at regime change. And, as everyone has learnt from the Herald, regime change is un-African.
I am a 30 year old Patriotic Zimbabwean. Since I am so patriotic, let me start by reminding you sir that Sally H Mugabe was the first female to be buried at the national heroes shrine 12 years after our independence. Ratio of males to females in Zimbabwe is 52%:48% in favour of females.