Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Tajamuka announces another shutdown

 Tajamuka, a local pressure group has announced its plans to stage another mass stay-away against government’s failed economic policies..

Addressing members of the media, Hardlife Mudzingwa who is part of the group’s coordinating committee said the shutdown which is scheduled for the 31st of August, is inspired by government policies which he described as anti people.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

FULL STREAM: Clem Sunter vs Julius Malema Cape Chamber of Commerce debat...

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Spar Zimbabwe

Friday, August 26, 2016

Zimbabwe's opposition protest rally against Mugabe turns violent

Harare CBD burnt as anti riot police and MDCT youths activists clash

#Granddemo: Tears, gas, barricades, water cannons & mayhem

ZRP sprays blue chemical to tag demonstrators


Thursday, August 25, 2016

SADC: Intervene to find a peaceful settlement to Zimbabwean political crisis


Why this is important

Why you must sign this petition;

In view of escalating violence, the breakdown of the rule of
law and the economic and social crisis in Zimbabwe, whose magnitude has a profound regional impact, we Zimbabweans speaking with one voice globally call upon the SADC body to deliberate, intervene and to find a peaceful settlement, transition for Zimbabwean crisis.

We welcome the voice of the Elders, who are distinguished diplomats and states men and women of Africa to put pressure on SADC to find a home grown solution to Zimbabwe’s political impasse, taking into consideration all stakeholders. As SADC meets from 26 to 31 August in Mbambane, Swaziland, we
want to present this petition to the heads of state that includes President Robert Mugabe, to accept the end of an era of ZANU PF brutal government, to stop the brutalisation of innocent civilians, respect the will of Zimbabweans to have a transitional process to a free and fair elections.

The extract of the letter from the Elders, is here

The Elders have called on the heads of state of the Southern African Development Community (SADC)
to consider how they can support a successful and inclusive transition in Zimbabwe that will return stability and growth to the country, (The Elders, 2016) [ The Elders are the former Presidents and The letter was co-signed by Kofi Annan, Chair of The Elders, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former Chair, who is now an Honorary Elder, and Graça
, the co-founder of The Elders with her late husband, Nelson Mandela.]


Saturday, August 20, 2016

DJ Sodza talks on new cyber & computer crime draft bill..18/08/2016