Gukurahundi outreach meetings to begin early next year

Gukurahundi outreach meetings to begin early next year

Chiefs will begin holding community consultative meetings in Gukurahundi early next year, though they, too, have more questions than answers about how the process will unfold, according to Chief Mtshane Khumalo, Deputy President of the National Chief’s Council.

There is no room for political violence in a democracy: US Embassy

There is no room for political violence in a democracy: US Embassy

US Embassy in Zimbabwe Charge D’Affaires Elaine French says there is no room for political violence in a democratic Zimbabwe, with the country set to hold general elections next year.

Chamisa blasts Mnangagwa for planning to disconnect houses, amid power crisis

Chamisa blasts Mnangagwa for planning to disconnect houses, amid power crisis

The main opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) led by Nelson Chamisa says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has failed to resolve the country’s deepening power crisis.

ZBC Bureau Chief Lands Top ZANU PF Post

ZBC Bureau Chief Lands Top ZANU PF Post

Gerald Sasa, a bureau chief at Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been co-opted into ZANU PF provincial executive committee as the provincial Information and Publicity Secretary for Mashonaland East.

Even a five year old can tell that Mnangagwa has failed!

Even a five year old can tell that Mnangagwa has failed!

I remember when my son was still a little child, in the early 2000s, whereby we had to give him millions of Zimbabwe dollars to buy sweets and ‘freezits’ (drinks in small 175ml plastic packs).

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