Sunday, September 13, 2009

''mdc'' 10th aniversary.....PICS....Bulawayo

A supporter of Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) holds a picture of party leader Morgan Tsvangirai at a rally to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the party's founding in Bulawayo, September 13, 2009.





A traditional dancer performs at a rally to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the founding of Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) in Bulawayo, September 13, 2009.





Zimbabwean Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) suppoters celebrate their party's 10th annivesary at White City Stadium in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on September 13, 2009. Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on September 13 accused President Robert Mugabe of violating a fledgling power-sharing deal. Mugabe's ZANU-PF party continues to persecute supporters of his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), despite guarantees of political freedoms in the unity accord, Tsvangirai said at a rally marking his party's 10th anniversary.






Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, addresses supporters at a rally in Bulawayo September 13, 2009. The rally was held to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the party's founding.





Supporters of Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) cheer at a rally to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the party's founding in Bulawayo, September 13, 2009.





Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) greets supporters upon his arrival at the White City stadium in Bulawayo on September 13, 2009 to celebrate his opposition party's 10th anniversary. Tsvangirai on September 13 accused President Robert Mugabe of violating their power-sharing deal, saying that despite guarantees of political freedoms in the unity accord, Mugabe's ZANU-PF party continued to persecute supporters of his MDC.





Prostitutes record brisk business at ZANU Youth congress




ZIMBABWE – HARARE – Zanu-PF might need to help its female youths get emergency contraception after an all-night pungwe in town Friday saw party youths having unprotected sex at the party headquarters, while hundreds of youths, resplendent in black Zanu-PF T-shirts, snapped up all prostitutes in town.

Friday night, the first day of the Zanu-PF conference addressed by President Mugabe, involved a disturbingly high number of female youths having sex while they were too drunk to know what they were doing, and also left one Zanu-PF youth hospitalised after he was clobbered outside a bar at the Quality International Hotel after attempting to snatch another man’s girlfriend.

Witnesses described how “all hell let loose” outside Quality, and said that two Zanu-PF youths tried to break into an ambulance that was called for the collapsed youth.

Across town, Zanu-PF youths patronised all bars, from Liz, Mai George, Sports Diner, Copacabana, and were moving in groups of up to 20, with their female colleagues.

Tongai Kasukuwere, a Zanu-PF youth eyeing the chairmanship, was so concerned that he detailed the “catalogue of disasters” in a two-page letter that was presented to congress Saturday, warning them about the sexual activity, violent behaviour and alleged drug abuse that took place Friday night.

He wrote: “We have had to help a disturbingly high number of female colleagues through the aftermath of having unprotected sex last evening, most of whom have told us they were too drunk to be in control of themselves. The risks are real. Assume the worst.”

Everywhere in town, prostitutes recorded brisk business from the Zanu-PF youths, who looked mesmerised with the vivacious Harare commercial sex workers. With most of them bussed from various provinces, the few US dollars they had been advanced after accreditation was blown in a night of drunkenness and debauchery.

“Ndaita ma short time 12 so far, servicing these Zanu guys,” said Chipo, a commercial sex worker from Epworth, who spoke to zimGossip outside mai George Bar, a seedy drinking hole close to the party headquarters. “I was charging US$10 short time, so you do the math,” she said.

No adult had taken responsibility for the appalling behaviour of the youths. Some youths could be spotted urinating against walls in town and swearing needlessly in a drunken stupor.

Outside the Zanu-PF headquarters where most of the youths put up for the night, there was evidence of a night of depravity.

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