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The introduction of bond notes has created another economy whereby unsuspecting customers are required to pay 10% extra when they pay in bond notes. This is largely because the bond notes are not trusted, hard to convert to USD dollars despite their value being equal to 1;1. When people go to the banks with the bond notes, they don’t get the money converted to USD cash, instead they are allowed to deposit them into the bank accounts. Some banks have completely stopped giving out USD dollars, and they allow withdrawals only in bond notes. This system has resulted in many people shying away from the traditional banking system and people keep their foreign currency at home.
A letter has been leaked in South Africa against migrants from Zimbabwe, Nigeria and Pakistan. A demonstration has been organised for 24 February 2017 @ 11am Paul Kruger hall. There is growing fear that something more sinister might be brewing unnoticed. A lot of speculation is going on about the impacts of such meetings and gatherings. Previously events like this have led to xenophobic attacks on migrants with a lot of people dying and some getting injured. In the last xenophobic attacks the army has been called in to quell the riots. Foreigners are being encouraged to be vigilant especially on days leading to that day.
In an exclusive video before Christmas closure of parliament, Cde Chinotimba had appeared before news reporters declaring the President a God given president. He went on to praise the president stating that he was doing everything right for Zimbabwe. Ordinary Zimbabweans languishing in poverty beg to differ from such a view by the politician, as such a view is out of touch with everyday citizens who struggle everyday to make ends meet. This illustrates the big disparity between the millionaire politicians and ordinary suffering Zimbabweans.
An exclusive video released by an unidentified policeman has shown a man whom was arrested for burglary into a local grocery store in Chivhu over christmas. The man has apparently stole a lot of goods such as sugar, salt, soap, and many other groceries and dug a hole and buried the items in a bid to hide his items. Unfortunately he was reported to police by witnesses and man was taken into custody and they beat and tortured him till he gave out the information about where the goods were. An exclusive footage above has shown the man digging out what he had hidden. Torture and thorough beatings is a tactic used by police to get information from the accused even though its a clear violation of human rights.
Due to 2016 long dry spell, a lot of cattle has been wiped off by the drought. Some lost everything. Some people have resorted to some unconventional ways of ploughing the land. The drought has been very harsh even to the game animals as well to the extent that the government sold some game animals such as elephants to China as the only way to save them. One unidentified farmer has resorted to using his luxury SUV 4 wheel-drive after loosing his stock to the drought.
A teenager white Zimbabwean and their maid who lives in Harare has been recorded in a video while dancing to a popular local singer Jah Praise and it has gone viral. The reason for this video going viral is simply because the fellow young man was white and listening and dancing to local language music. Usually black Zimbabweans don’t realize that we all grew up exposed to the same environment so we are all at equal par and no-one should be surprised. The video is very fun and a lot of people have enjoyed it so far.
There has been increased violence everywhere in Zimbabwe in recent months especially in sport. Usually sport is supposed to be a fair contest, however it has panned out to be different in Zimbabwe. If you are referee in Zimbabwe you are more likely to be attacked while refereeing than anywhere else in the world. Soccer is regarded as the most beautiful game but it is a different interpretation in Zimbabwe. There has been 2 different attacks on referees, one incident involving Shabani Mine vs Sporting lions fc, while another involving FC Platinum vs Chicken Inn.
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A crash which happened in Harare in the suburb of Glen-view 3 has left 2 drivers dead. However there is something sinister that was reported by one of the witnesses. When the truck lost control at a curve it plunged into an abandoned market place and rolled over upside down. 2 people in the truck died on the scene, however before the emergency services could arrive people started looting, while no one even looked to see if the drivers were okay. A lot of drinks were looted by pedestrians and people from neighboring houses. No-one was even worried about the drivers. No-one helped them at all and they died on the scene.
In Zimbabwe like no other country, you can be a graduate with masters degree, honors degree or phd degree but this will not full-proof you from the wrath of the poverty due to lack of jobs. The political climate has long been preventing the growth of the economy and this resulted in many companies closing and hence therefore no jobs for the graduates. Many graduates are now joining the rest when it comes to surviving means by selling firewood on the streets. this practice is called vending in Zimbabwe.
Over a hundred people have drowned overnight while trying to cross the Limpopo river into South Africa. A lot of people have risked their life to cross the river due to escalating political violence in Zimbabwe. One individual who did not want to be mentioned had reported that his house was burnt completely after being accused of being a corroborator of the MDC party, he went on to say that the Zanu PF youths destroyed everything and the only reason why he survived was that he was not in the house at the time. The family went to a late-night church service when the youths came. He also stated he was disturbed by these events and he and his family successfully crossed the border, the gentlemen also stated that he is sure that he is on the wanted list and relocating would mean a life on the run. The only way he could be safe was to cross the border. However many who tried to do the same did not afford to hire a boat so they tried to cross the river by swimming and this proved too much for many. Bodies washed on the other side of the border in South Africa. This has come as the political violence has exponentially increased as we go towards the 2018 elections. The official body count has not yet been determined by it is known that over a 100 people have died overnight.
*I am not giving up*
Now that the dust is almost settled, it’s imperative for me to share my story, which I am sure most people are not aware of. I didn’t get here accidentally.
On Thursday night, I accompanied a friend of mine to go see someone who wasn’t feeling well. I had a very interesting conversation with one of the ladies I met for the first time at that house. She asked me what gives me the temerity and passion to carry on despite the challenges. I gave a response from a spiritual standpoint which I wish to share here.
When my brother Itai Dzamara was abducted, my life changed drastically. I didn’t plan or project the change. The days soon after Itai’s abduction were the most difficult days for me as I grappled to assume a posture and response regarding the abduction. I seldom dream but during those days I would dream everyday for almost two months and Itai Dzamara always appeared in the dreams. I didn’t understand the meaning of the dreams and so I embarked on an intense prayer program over that. I asked God to give me clarity. I know to some this will sound too pious to be true but that’s what it is. This is my story and I am holding on to it, for it can’t be otherwise.
In that season, God clearly spoke to me through many different ways that I had to divorce my comfort zone and take a bold stand against human rights violations and leadership failure in Zimbabwe. I had other plans revolving around my career as a leadership coach, author, practitioner and lecturer. Ultimately, my reasoning was that after what had happened to my brother I was supposed to be the last person to even think of treading on the same path. I didn’t want this and i tried to resist. However, just like Jonah, I could not run away from the will of God.
They say that destiny is a matter of choice but at times destiny chooses us. When it does, nothing and no-one can do anything about it. I didn’t choose this path. Neither did I at any point project or set myself up for it. From a tender age I understood that my purpose revolves around leadership and that at some point it will culminate in national leadership. I didn’t anticipate that my entrance into that domain would be in the way it happened and at that particular juncture.
When I realized that I could not run away from God’s will, I grudgingly accepted the call and the almighty God made a pact with me. He promised me that my parents will not lose me the same way they lost Itai (We still pray that we shall meet him on this side of life). He also told me that the road shall not be easy for me but ultimately I shall emerge victorious. That’s my only anchor and that’s what gives me the audacity to carry on despite the risks and tribulations I meet on the way. God is not a man that he should lie. What happened on Friday attests to that fact, they wanted to kill me but mercy said no. God is all i have dear brothers and sisters.
MUGABE AND HIS MINIONS CAN NEVER KILL ME. I AM PROTECTED BY THE ALMIGHTY GOD AND I HAVE A LEADERSHIP ROLE TO PLAY IN THIS NATION BEFORE I EXIT THIS WORLD.
By now, I am sure the story of what happened to me on Friday morning has been told and of course there are so many theories and versions being promulgated. Everyone is indeed entitled to their opinion.
Unidentified armed men blocked two vehicles in which we were travelling in, during the early hours of Friday 18 November 2016 in Harare. Some of my colleagues fled in the mayhem and the armed men proceeded to blindfold me and bundled me into a truck before setting our vehicles ablaze.
I was assaulted on the back of the head and all over my back with spikes which had been thrown in front of my vehicle before being driven to a place which I strongly suspect to be Lake Chivero.
Throughout my detention in the truck, a gun was stuck to my neck. I was warned that i had not learnt from the fate of my missing brother and was told that; “Hauna kudzidza pane zvatakaaita kumukoma wako manje nguva yekudzidza yakwana,” loosely translated to mean; “You haven’t learnt and taken heed of how we treated your brother and now your time to learn is upon you.”
While at the lake, the unidentified men spent some time talking to a man whom they referred to as ‘Boss’ inquiring whether to proceed with option one or option two and during their consultation with the ‘Boss’ they indicated that they had containers, iron bars and cotton but no ‘catalyst.’ I suspected that the unidentified men intended to throw me in Lake Chivero but they eventually tied up my hands and dumped me undressed near Snake Park in Norton and along the Harare-Bulawayo highway after tearing up all my clothes and further assaulting me.
I crawled to the road seeking assistance around 3am, but passersby kept a distance thinking i was a witch. In fact one man i suspect was drunk stopped his car about 20 meters from where i stood and he shouted at me that i was a witch and he would return to beat me up. It was difficult for me to get help and transportation because I was still in pain and it is even more difficult to get transport when you don’t have clothes, but eventually, I was assisted to get to a service station and called my brother, who delivered me to the hospital.
I am still in hospital and recovering well. I thank God that I didn’t suffer any internal injuries and should be up and running soon.
Despite the fact that I lost my car which I named struggle and other valuables, including three smart phones, an IPad, a laptop and clothes, I am not at all moved. The same God who blessed me with those items will still provide for me.
Neither am I discouraged from pursuing the quest towards a better Zimbabwe. This experience has actually emboldened my resolve to work and fight for a better Zimbabwe. I am not done yet and its not over yet. I still have something to give.
I know that the quest for a better Zimbabwe is not exonerated from hypocrites and phony elements but I wish to thank all those who remain true blue to the fundamentals of camaraderie-ship and the struggle at large, those who visited me, those who reached out to me in various ways and all who issued solidarity statements during this austere season. You are my heroes.
I have been given denigrating names, i have been attacked at times by people i look up to, i have been ridiculed, i have been misunderstood, i have been marooned by some i thought were close to me, i have been maligned and i have been accused falsely but i am not giving up. Its too late to give up. I will finish this race because God’s grace is sufficient for me. He who begun a good work in me shall carry me through to its completion. My God will never put me to shame.
Come what may, i wont be silenced over what these evil men and women did to Itai Dzamara and also Mugabe and his minions’ failure to run the affairs of this nation. Not only shall i speak out but i give myself away as a solution bearer. Oh yes, we shall lead this country to where it belongs.
A new and better Zimbabwe is possible in our lifetime. We shall come face to face with it.
An unidentified grandmother has appeared on video claiming she eats dead people. This is shocking but due to the strong grassroots cultural practice it may not be surprising. In Zimbabwe , cases of witchcraft are so widely often spoken about behind closed doors, however this is the first time someone has come out publicly claiming they practice witchcraft. I believe the people who are neighbors to this lady will be terrified.
Just in there has been a terrible accident between a bus and a commuter omnibus. It was a head-on collision and it is reported several scores of people have died. Police and ambulance have already arrived at the scene and several survivors have been taken to the beitbridge hospital. Death was toll was initially reported to be at 17. This is the second accident involving an Urbun Connect bus in a month. The accident has been caused by poor roads according to reports from passengers. One unidentified passenger has spoken to news-crew on the ground that the driver swerved trying to avoid a big pothole and lost control of the bus and then collided with a commuter-omnibus head on. This is very bad news for the families who are still in the process of getting the news about their loved-ones.
On Sunday when Highlanders was playing at home, violence broke out on the pitch when a man was forcibly pushed onto the pitch and being accused of being an MDC supporter, and a riot police officer took no time to pounds on him. To his surprise the the man attacked realized the only way to free himself was to hit back as shown in the video. The riot police officer lost the fight but the man was later arrested and taken to the Police station for processing. There has been increasing violence by police officers towards civilians in recent months and this had resulted in some civilians taking the law into their own hands.
With Save river overflowing due to recent heavy raifall, it has resulted in the river cutting off roads.Many people have bern left stranded on either side of the river. Some people in the region use desperate methods to try cross the river. Many have lost their lives in this way but still many people try to gamble with their lives. This footage was taken last week at Save river crossing near Marange and submitted to us. This maybe a reminder fot people that they should never try cross a river when its full.
If your relative who lives in South Africa did not make it to Christmas back home, this summer, it is probably because Limpopo river had punched above its weight this summer. There has been a lot of rainfall in the Limpopo region and this has resulted in the river overflowing making it impossible for anyone to cross unless in a boat which is still very dangerous due to fast moving current and presence of crocodiles. Many Zimbabweans go to South Africa before summer rainfall and usually cross the river when there is barely any water making it easier to border jump. However this summer its a different situation for those used to cross the border illegally as there is so much rainfall. Many Zimbabweans who hoped to spend Xmass have been utterly dissapointed by the rise of the river.
Despot Robert Mugabe has had a tight control over all Zimbabweans since 1980, but like the proverbial saying “the fish that got away” are the Zimbabwean Diaspora who have looked at their country from the outside having been exposed to all the corruption, undemocratic activities, suppression of press freedom and a host of other human rights abuses who could upset Mugabe’s apple cart, from the outside, if given the right to vote.
Hence Robert Mugabe and his stooges in the Zanu-PF are vehemently opposing the right to franchise to the Zimbabwean Diaspora, because an overwhelming vote against him by them would not bode well if he intends rigging the 2018 elections too, like what he did in 2013.
Robert Mugabe has long forgotten what world opinion could do for him and has been ruling the roost without much of an opposition either within or without it’s borders.
The United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council are tigers without teeth and have let the rot in Zimbabwe fester to what it is today.
The much hyped Right 2Protect (R2P) is confined only to words and is today not worth the paper it is written on and in the meantime Robert Mugabe is looking forward to celebrating his 100th birthday as President.
Though there was a disproportionate distribution of land between the minority whites and majority blacks the economy was an integration of both communities prior to1980, where the white dominated commercial sector accounted for more that 30% of the total workforce whilst they also controlled 40% of all exports.
Agricultural commercial exports were mainly high yield hybrid maize, cotton, coffee, tobacco and sugarcane which were grown in large farms by landowning white farmers.
The Lancaster House Agreement involved the British government to finance half of the cost of land transfer, subject to mutual agreement between whites and blacks.
In the late 1990’s the Tony Blair government reneged on the agreement due to lack of funds and it resulted in all hell breaking loose in Zimbabwe with Robert Mugabe resorting to forcible eviction of whites and distributing their lands among the blacks, who knew nothing much about land management.
This naturally created a domino effect which Zimbabwe has still to recover from, with the total land reform now in shambles, just like the economy.
Pro democracy activist Itai Dzamara was abducted by armed goons of the corrupt Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe on March 9th 2015, whilst he was at his local barbershop waiting to get his hair cut.
He was not heard from nor was there any intimation from the security authorities as to why he was being held and the charges against him, which shows that the abduction was politically motivated.
The relevant authorities drew a blank when his name was mentioned to the various spokesmen representing the different arms of the government security apparatus which are just extensions of the despotic rule of the nonagenarian Robert Mugabe.
There is no official statement as to what happened to Itai Dzamara and every lead that activists of his “Occupy Africa Unity Square” have received has drawn a blank, whilst the government keeps mum.
The Itai Dzamara abduction is a thorn in Mugabe’s side and is slowly but gradually turning out to become an issue that the President who has ruled undemocratically for 36 years would not be able to hold back when elections are held next.
But elections have been marred with accusations of vote rigging and whether Itai Dzamara would bring down Mugabe from wherever he is only time will tell.
The question on every right thinking patriotic Zimbabwean is why NIKUV International Projects or NIP the Israeli security company with a dubious track record in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in the world was paid a staggering amount of more than US $ 10 Million by the Zimbabwe Register General’s office under the notorious Robert Mugabe stooge, Tobaiwa Mudede.
When journalists questioned Mudede at a press briefing he abruptly terminated the questioning and later delivered a short curt note to one of the persisting journalists that he was not obliged to discuss the matter further.
Probably corrupt Tobaiwa Mudede has forgotten that this colossal amount of money is not his heirloom but the lawful money of every Zimbabwean living and yet to be born.
It is widely discussed discreetly of course, that this money paid to NIP was a gratuity for their hand in rigging the 2013 vote where Robert Mugabe won a landslide victory when everyone watching it closely expected Robert Mugabe to meet his waterloo at that election.
How NIP helped Robert Mugabe is now well known and is the hot topic in the country and whether their continued presence in Zimbabwe is to again prop up Mugabe at the next election is anybody’s guess.
Mugabe’s tight grip on power has been possible mainly due to his suppression of the press and violently curbing any adverse comments being written from within.
The 1992 abduction and subsequent murder of popular journalist Edward Chikomba has left journalists in a trance and their self imposed censorship within Zimbabwe, is evidence that they know, they are being watched closely by the authorities and a word out of line could bring them the same fate too.
Robert Mugabe like all other dictators who have ruled their countries with “jack boot democracy” knows very well that it is the press that can turn the tide against him, hence his systematic suppression by threats, coercion and even assault of those journalists who do not write rosy things about his government.
Having ruled Zimbabwe for 36 years he is still very much in power and has no intentions of relinquishing it and his only hope to remain at the helm is to keep dissent by journalists at bay at any cost, even when the world community has shunned him away.
Corrupt dictator nonagenarian Robert Mugabe is not getting any younger and no amount of witchcraft could possibly prolong his life’s ambition at tremendous cost to the nation to reach the magical milestone of remaining as President in his impoverished nation at the ripe age of 100 years.
Zimbabwe was a bountiful and flourishing nation prior to Robert Mugabe taking over the reins, though it reeked with a policy of apartheid under white minority rule, but today it has fallen into a bottomless abyss, from where it would find it difficult to crawl back up.
The drought forecasted in 2017, the never ending political unrest spilling over to every street in Harare and elsewhere, inflation just below the sky and the latest gimmick by the government to issue, bond notes instead of currency notes, have all boomeranged on Robert Mugabe.
There is no law and order with most officials corrupt to the core after 36 years of despotic rule and long bank queues being the order of the day for every citizen who is struggling to make ends meet whilst Mugabe is living an Emperors lifestyle cocooned in the Presidential Palace.
What the 2018 elections would bring “ONLY TIME WILL TELL”.
The present relentless unrest seen in the streets of Harare the capital city of Zimbabwe, the once food basket of the continent of Africa is leaderless but nurtured by a more powerful tool, the social media.
There is no proper leadership to this opposition other than the coordination through the social media which has become a very powerful tool, and there is every possibility that it could be blocked by the authorities to sabotage the growing dissent.
If that happens, what would become of all the hue and cry to topple the despotic regime is anybody’s guess and which could peter out and give some respite to the regime because there is no leadership to this campaign.
Whether this could propel anybody to power is another matter because there is no contender at the moment, who has the backing of the majority, the charisma and leadership qualities to take over from Robert Mugabe whose tyrannical rule is slowly sinking into the abyss he himself has created.
The present fragmented opposition could be caught unawares if Mugabe decides to go for a snap election which could consolidate his power in the eyes of the world whatever the internal strife is within the country
Some of the child pregnancies are culminating in child marriages but a majority of these young girls as young as 12 or 13 year olds are driven to abject poverty, with no recourse to the law.
Parenting is becoming a tough job in Zimbabwe with the rich “Sugar Daddies” preying on young girls and boys too, just to satisfy their pedophile tendencies.
The advent of apostolic churches spread all over Zimbabwe and preaching a new concept in religious practices has made the problem of child sex and child abuse a serious National problem.
The recent disclosures in the Zimbabwean Parliament by the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education that 4,500 students in Grade Seven have dropped out of school because they have either been impregnated or just left school to get married.
This is a matter that is being seriously debated but nothing substantive has been done to arrest the alarming situation.
There is no reason not to predict that if this year the figure of school dropouts at Grade Seven is 4,500 the next year it would be definitely much more.
After 36 years of mismanaging the economy the autocratic President of Zimbabwe the 92 year old Robert Mugabe is at a financial crossroad, grasping the last straw that he thinks would keep the country afloat.
His government’s financial disciplines, if there were any, has taken the country and it’s people into a deep abyss from which crawling back would need a new star on the horizon which in the near future looks nowhere to be seen even in the Universe.
Whilst Mugabe has not indicated any signs of relinquishing power, or for that matter even grooming his successor the recent introduction of bond notes have aggravated the financial crisis further.
The official exchange rate with the US dollar is 1:1 for the bond notes, but what is prevalent in the streets is something in complete contrast.
Inflation is mind boggling and has gone through the roof of those sitting to calculate it and Mugabe’s tryst with the new bond notes would be like his experiment with the now discontinued Zimbabwe dollar that was available in one hundred Trillion (100,000,000,000,000/=) denominations.
What financial future Zimbabwe would have in the last leg of Mugabe rule and after, ONLY TIME WILL TELL, but without doubt whichever way the country goe
The internecine warring within the ZANU-PF the ruling party in Zimbabwe, the former Republic of Rhodesia has prompted President Robert Mugabe who has ruled the country with an iron fist for the 36 years since they were released from white bondage under the former apartheid regime, to categorically state that his successor would be elected democratically and his wife would not be the automatic choice to succeed him.
Zimbabwe was born in 1980 after years of armed struggle and political instability created by it’s supporters to pressure the ouster of white minority rule and after achieving that goal it has been Robert Mugabe who has held the country together, though most of the time on the fringes of democracy.
Robert Mugabe at the ripe age of 92 years is not getting any younger and it is not him to decide how long he would live, being a ruthless guerilla leader and now a seasoned senior politician, one of the last in the world, to know what is best for his country after he passes on.
What he has up his sleeve nobody will know but what is clear is that his death without a successor in place is definitely going to take Zimbabwe on another blood bath.
POLICE EXTORTION IN ZIMBABWE
Bribery, corruption, extortion and other influences to obtain favorable conditions, patronage, policing, decisions and judgements among many other ills are a human trait today and practiced in every country around the world even in the hallowed precincts of reputed institutions which are numerous to write about here.
In this context the extortion rings run within the Zimbabwe Republic Police wouldn’t be surprising but the ills befitting this organization that just sprung out of the hated anti-apartheid revolution and baptized with fire in 1980 is today unprecedented.
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) the successor to the British South Africa Police (BSAP) was christened on the wrong foot with a novice in the enforcement of law and order being propelled to the important and sensitive post of the Commissioner General who was just but a lowly police constable joining the now defunct BSAP in 1960.
He had to serve his political masters who placed him at the helm and what followed was a lesson in disaster which would go down in the annals of Zimbabwe police history as the bone of contention that had more or less brought the country to be called a “failed pariah state” in the modern world.
Various reports and surveys conducted within the Zimbabwe Republic Police, discreetly of course, does not bode well for the well being of the organization.
The most blatant reason is the general working conditions of the rank and file who are poorly paid, forced into unhealthy living conditions, the absence of regular and targeted training, and the lack of modern resources to carry out their tasks which in itself are monumental due to the high rise in crime.
Hence bribery and extortion is a part and parcel of their daily chores without which the police personnel would not be able to meet ends when they go home to their loved ones.
Police extortion is so obviously prevalent that the senior officers who are also “on the take” turning a blind eye or also having their “palms oiled” by those who want umpteen favors to go about their lawless and nefarious activities.
Once in a way some low constable or a senior high ranking officer are taken in for extortion and charged but a closer analysis of the incident would have politically motivated undertones to it.
Extortion and bribery mostly go undetected due to the lack of modern technology in place in important areas where the opportunities for such activities are rampant.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is missed badly in these sensitive areas and the “powers that be” do not want to install them due to reasons that are blatantly very clear.
The top is corrupt hence going behind small mice could “upset the apple cart” hence the hesitancy to enforce and prosecute those below in rank, as they would surely “spill the beans”.
A concerted effort would need to be initiated if extortion is to be eradicated from the Zimbabwe Republic Police but who would “bell the cat” is another matter.