“Zuma must act on Zim unrest” Stevens Mokgalapa – Democratic Alliance (DA) South Africa Newsday 7 July 2016

What happened in Zimbabwe on 6 July 2016, and earlier on at the Beitbridge border post, where Zimbabweans, through the influence of various agent provocateurs, demonstrated and damaged property in the process, was actually child play, as compared to what takes place in South Africa, on a daily basis. And the DA, through its International Relations and Co-operations shadow minister, seem to be oblivious and totally ignorant of what is going on around them, within their very own country, but inste...
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Live Update : Million Man March 25 May 2016 Part 3

13:55 – We are worried about corruption. ZIMRA is on the fore front. “Mushandi wekuZIMRA akapinda basa nhasi, mangwana atenga motokari. Their lifestyle does not correspond with their earnings,” says Cde Chipanga. ON INPUTS 13:58 - He says youth are being sidelined on inputs schemes. He requests that a Youth Input Scheme be implemented to cater for the million youth. He also says they also need land, but emphasizes that not everyone can be a farmer. However most of the youth were born wh...
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Live Update : Million Man March 25 May 2016 Part 2

Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated President Mugabe on the occasion of Africa Day celebrations which are commemorated annually on May 25, to mark the formation of the Organisation of African Unity on May 25, 1963. President Mugabe is the only surviving Head of State and Government who attended the formation of the OAU in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 07:28 - The historic Million-Man March organised by the Zanu PF Youth League in solidarity with President Mugabe is now i...
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TRIBUTE TO FR RICHARD KEBBLE HUGH PROSSER (CR): A TRUE CHRISTIAN REVOLUTIONARY

ST AUGUSTINES HIGH SCHOOL TRIBUTE TO FR RICHARD KEBBLE HUGH PROSSER (CR): A TRUE CHRISTIAN REVOLUTIONARY There were many Zimbabweans who did not and still do not believe in their own revolution, as well as the liberation war from which the country was liberated resulting in so many losing life or limp. But, quite surprising, is the fact that there were also many, who were not Zimbabwean by nationality, but who, despite not being compelled by anything, to support the war, ended up taking th...
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ANALYSING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CROCODILE COMMANDO GROUP AND THE CRCODILE GANG: BY STEVEN CHIDAWANYIKA

A lot has been written about who really belong to what came to be known as the Crocodile Commando Group and the Crocodile Gang respectively, but instead of that being an enlightening fact, it has brought further confusion to those that want to know more about the true story of the Zimbabwe Liberation War. What, however, further compliments issues, more than adding value to intentions, is the fact that those that were present during the days when these two totally different groups were instituted...
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Live Updates before politburo meeting at Zanu Pf Headquaters

People trickling in at the Zanu PF headquarters in numbers for an event “organised by the Women’s League to thank President Mugabe for a successful tour of duty as the AU chairman.” President Mugabe, who was at the helm of the AU between January 2015 and January 2016, is expected to address the gathering which is dominated by women and youths. The event coincides with the revolutionary party’s first politburo meeting for this year which is coming in the wake of tension between the party’s offi...
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THE WANKIE BATTLES [31 JULY TO 8 SEPTEMBER 1967]; AND INTIAL PREPARATIONS

Having seen the failure of the Botswana route, the two earlier attempts to go through Mozambique, and the possibility of penetrating via the Caprivi Strip through Namibia, with SWAPO guerrillas, the ANC had no other option left open to them other than partnering ZAPU in Rhodesia, on their way home. The Unilateral Declaration of Independence [UDI] by the renege Ian Smith’s Rhodesia Front party on 11 November 1965, had not only increased Africans inside Rhodesia, but had made both ZANU and ZAPU m...
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REMEMBERING THE CHIMOIO MASSACRE OF 23 NOVEMBER 1977

REMEMBERING THE CHIMOIO MASSACRE OF 23 NOVEMBER 1977-By Steven Chidawanyika On Wednesday the morning of 23 November 1977, Chimoio Camp, which was the pride of Zimbabweans in exile, woke up to the horror of incessant bombings and shootings, by the Rhodesian colonial regime’s special army forces, that had penetrated deep into Mozambiquean territory, in order to cause untold mayhem. It was a period of horror, pain, death and suffering, in which each individual victim, can best sum up what they ...
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ELECTRICITY: OPPOSITION PARTIES NEW POLITICAL TOOL IN AFRICA

Failed political parties have found a new tool that they are using effectively to sabotage development within those countries in which they operate and in which they would have failed to wrestle political power. This phenomenon is most evident here in Africa, where patriotism does not seem to set parameters of what one can do or cannot do against their own country. Electricity, is now the new tool that these oppositions parties are using to destroy the economies of their own countries with the ...
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UNBELIEVABLE THINGS CAN HAPPEN IN MAKONI DISTRICT, BUT WHY?

A ghoury incident happened in the Makoni District of Manicaland Province not so long ago as reported by the newspapers of 10 to 15 October 2015. But ghoulish things have been known to happen in the Makoni District for some time within the immediate past. However, the question to ask is, why things as unbelievable as that can now be happening especially in one of the districts of our country? The story,of a ZETDC, a ZESA subsidiary company employ who killed an unknown man so as to claim insura...
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