Fleeing Jonathan Moyo Dumps His Mentally Challenged Son At 93-year-old Mugabe’s House

Sunday Mail Columnist Bishop Lazarus today hits back at Professor  Jonathan Moyo by suggesting the former G40 strategist is a hypocrite and coward.

The former Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education,  Moyo, reported to be tweeting from Kenya , attacked President Mnangagwa for visiting sick Morgan Tsvangirai saying its unAfrican.

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“This is no PR coup and no history. It’s ambulance-chasing propaganda for the optics of exploiting the poor health of a terminally ill political rival. The propaganda is cynical, crude, desperate and unAfrican. It intrudes into and violates a constitutionally protected right to privacy,” wrote Prof Moyo on Twitter.

Bishop Lazarus responded in harsh terms attacking him for abandoning his own wife and children in a foreign land .

“Prof Moyo is not qualified to preach to us about being “unAfrican”. There is no African man who abandons his wife and kids when in trouble. African men stand for and with their wives and kids in times of trouble. But what did the professor do during Operation Restore Legacy? He dumped his wife, a foreigner for that matter, and his kids at former President Mugabe’s house. Leaving even a mentally challenged son in the care of a 93-year-old man? Hakuna baba vakadaro muAfrica.

Prof Moyo wants to preach to us about being “unAfrican”? Is there any real African man who would dumps his family to save his skin? Iko kusanyara. Your wife is from Kenya iwe womutiza uchimhanya kuKenya. Wakaudza anatezvara kuti chii? What did you tell them? Wakati mwana wavo aripi?

Well, I hope you didn’t lie kunana tezvara that her life was in danger because clearly her life wasn’t in danger. The soldiers you were so scared of are the ones who were looking after your wife and as you know nothing was ever done to her”.



Mnangagwa Announces Mega Retirement Package for MDC Leader Tsvangirai

President Emmerson Mnangagwa who just awarded a hefty retirement package to former president Robert  Mugabe is reported to have discussed former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s pension during his 45-minute meeting with the Movement for Democratic Change leader yesterday.

According to the Daily News, the meeting was actually held at Tsvangirai’s request and the two discussed Tsvangirai’s grievances including his pension.


Tsvangirai was also assured that he could keep his Highlands mansion acquired at a cost of $2.5 million in 2012, the paper said.

Writing in his BSR , Former Tsvangirai’s advisor Dr Alex Magaisa said “It is also reported that Mnangagwa announced a belated pay-off package to Tsvangirai, who served as Prime Minister in the coalition government between 2009 and 2013. It includes the government mansion he has been occupying since his days as Prime Minister, a monthly pension and settlement of all medical expenses”


MDC-T deputy treasurer Charlton Hwende said he wanted to thank the government if it was true that it had finally approved Tsvangirai’s pension because the former Prime Minister really deserved it.

The Daily News says Mnangagwa’s visit was a political boost for the 75-year-old President who is seeking his own mandate in six months or so.

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It sent a message to the outside world that his administration looks at the opposition with respect unlike Mugabe’s administration.-InsiderZim

Mugabe Is Being Grossly Mistreated By Mnangagwa Says Nephew Patrick Zhuwao

In an interview with Voice of Africa Studio 7, former Public Service Minister Patrick Zhuwao said his uncle Robert Mugabe is being grossly mistreated by Mnangagwa’s Government. Zhuwao said that he has been able to sneak into the country a number of times and has had conversations with people who do not approve of the current administration. He said the current administration is unpopular and must be removed.

Zhuwao who is believed to be hiding in South Africa, also denied news that he sneaked into Zimbabwe in Mugabe’s company. He said he fears for his life and could not disclose where he is currently and pleaded with the media to report responsibly. Said Zhuwao:

Ndinofunga zvandingati ndikumbire ndezvekuti ivo vemapepanhau ngavavevo vanhu vane hany’a nenyaya dzehupenyu hwevamwe vanhu kuti vasanyanyokuda kufara kuda kukanganisa mararamiro evamwe. Vacherechedze zvavanokurukura, zvavanotaura nekuti nedzimwe nguva vanoburitsa zvinhu zvinoita kuti mumwe munhu azopinda patsikwende kana kutotsakatika,

Zhuwao said he hopes to return to Zimbabwe one day but only when President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has been removed. He said the people of Zimbabwe do not approve the current administration and that Mnangagwa will not win a free and fair election and that he will fail to get 15% of the votes.

He said that people in the rural areas still yearn for Mugabe and want to know what became of him. Zhuwao said Mnangagwa’s Government is not legitimate and that he will not congratulate him for “robbing” the people of Zimbabwe. He said Mnangagwa has never won an election and said that he will not work with Team Lacoste and said those that are working with Mnangagwa are only selfish and are only concerned with their upkeep. Zhuwao said the time of reckoning will come for Mnangagwa and his cronies. He said Grace Mugabe was only retaliating when she attacked Mnangagwa.-voa

Morgan Tsvangirai Humiliated as Patson Dzamara Tells MDC Leader to Quit

Morgan Tsvangirai is facing fresh disapproval ratings on his leadership from across members of his own party and outsiders, calling for him to stand down due to deteriorating health.

Patson Dzamara, the brother of missing activist Itai, reportedly in a veiled attack challenged the ailing leader to quit.




He expressed his sympathy for Tsvangirai citing the images that had circulated after his meeting with President Mnangagwa at his Highlands residence in Harare on Friday before calling for a new formation within the MDC-T party.

“As I was looking at this picture something nudged my spirit. I love MT and it’s sad to see him in this state. The opposition is in a dilemma & it must act NOW. I foresee an implosion in the opposition. Drastic measures must be taken now or maybe it’s time for a new formation”, said Dzamara





Mugabe And Grace Visit Tsvangirai In Hospital: Picture Goes Viral

Former President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace have also visited veteran opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai in hospital. Mugabe visited Tsvangirai after the fatal car accident that killed his first wife Susan in 2009.


Mudzuri Takes Over MDC -T Leadership As Tsvangirai Leaves Zimbabwe

Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who had a 45-minute meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa this morning, has left for South Africa for medical check-up and has left one of his vice-presidents Elias Mudzuri in charge of the party, reports InsiderZim

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa (R) meets the leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), the country’s main opposition party, Morgan Tsvangirai (C), flanked by his wife Elizabeth Macheka (L), during a visit at his home in Harare on January 5, 2018.
The visit came as Zimbabwe’s political parties prepare to begin campaigning for elections due later this year — the first since former president stood down following a brief military takeover. / AFP PHOTO / Jekesai NJIKIZANA

His spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka said Tsvangirai and Mnangagwa discussed the current dire situation in the country, the plight of the people, the cash crisis afflicting the country, the urgency of free and fair elections to ensure a return to legitimacy as well as the need to engage the international community so that the country rejoins the family of nations.

Mnangagwa was accompanied by one of his deputies Constantino Chiwenga.

Full statement

Friday, 05 January 2018

President Mnangagwa visits President Tsvangirai

President Emerson Mnangagwa today made a courtesy call to see President Morgan Tsvangirai who has not been well since he first went public that he has cancer of the colon.

President Mnangagwa came just as President Tsvangirai was about to leave the country for his routine medical checkup.

We thank President Mnangagwa for his gesture to come and pay a visit to the former Prime Minister of the land. We thank him for his gesture, which is in keeping with our African culture.

In the 45-minute closed door meeting, President Mnangagwa, was accompanied by Vice President Chiwenga. The two leaders discussed the current dire situation in the country, the plight of the people, the cash crisis afflicting the country, the urgency of free and fair elections to ensure a return to legitimacy as well as the need to engage the international community so that the country rejoins the family of nations.

The two also discussed other issues of national importance.

In President Tsvangirai’s absence, Vice President Elias Mudzuri is acting President while the other two Vice Presidents will be in charge of their assigned tasks; with VP Khupe in charge of party administration while VP Chamisa will continue to drive the MDC alliance and the party’s policy programme.

Luke Tamborinyoka
Presidential spokesperson and Director of Communications
Movement for Democratic Change