Robert Mugabe’s Notorious Son Chatunga Parks Car In Disabled Bay

Former Zimbabwe President  Robert Mugabe’s notorious son Chatunga who was in 2012  expelled from a top private school for gross indiscipline is at it again.

Bellarmine Chatunga was kicked out of  St George’s College after a history of run-ins with authorities and a week-long suspension for bad behaviour last year but this time, he is seen parking his car on a disabled bay in South Africa.

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Chivayo $5m Fraud Drags Four Former Ministers Including Elton Mangoma Into The Mud

Wicknell Chivayo, the managing director of Intratek, a company that was awarded the tender to build a $200 million solar power project in Gwanda and was advanced more than $5 million is likely to drag four former cabinet ministers down with him.

The Parliamentary Committee on Mines and Energy was told yesterday that former Energy Ministers Elton Mangoma, Samuel Undenge and Dzikamai Mavhaire , and former deputy Energy Minister Munacho Mutezo, all played different roles in awarding the tender to Chivayo.

Chivayo was paid an advance of $5.6 million by the Zimbabwe Power Company yet he did not have a bank guarantee for the project and is also an ex-convict.

According to Newsday a ZPC board member Thandiwe Mlobane told the committee that Mangoma, Undenge, Mavhaire and Mutezo issued ministerial directives to suspended ZPC managing director, Noah Gwariro, to award the tender to Chivayo and to pay him $5.6 million without a bank guarantee.

“Gwariro was involved in a very serious accident, which left him unable to move or speak, but we knew there was political pressure on Gwariro to pay Chivayo the $5.6 million without the bank guarantee, but we wanted to hear it from Gwariro and it was until December (2017), when he got better when we pointed out to him that the Labour Act would have protected him from listening to political pressure from the ministers,” she said.

“Even for Intratek to be awarded the contract in 2013, it was political and even the deputy Energy minister Mutezo gave a go-ahead that he must be awarded.

“Mangoma gave a go-ahead for the feasibility study and Intratek even sought the assistance of Mutezo, and Mavhaire awarded the contract, while the pressure for the money to be paid without a bank guarantee came from Undenge,” she said.-Insider

‘Pastor Nelson Chamisa Gets Third Anointment From Njelele Shrine Spirit Mediums’

MDC president, Welshman Ncube, has bizarrely claimed that MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa’s appointment had been endorsed by spirit mediums at Njelele shrine as evidenced by the rains that poured during his campaign rally in Plumtree on Sunday.


Addressing opposition supporters at the rally, Ncube, who doubles as MDC Alliance spokesperson, dismissed reports that a special congress being pushed for by MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khupe could reverse Chamisa’s appointment.

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“We hear newspapers reporting about Chamisa, that he grabbed power. There are three things that you must know.

When (late MDC-T leader, Morgan)Tsvangirai gave me advice on January 6 before he went to South Africa, he called me to his house and said ‘I want this young man (Chamisa) to stand in my place’,” he said.

“I told him that he must call Chamisa and tell him when he is there so that he hears what he (Tsvangirai) was saying. This I tell you so that you know that this young man was anointed by Tsvangirai before he died.”

Ncube said the MDC-T national council also acted within the confines of the party’s constitution in appointing Chamisa as party president following Tsvangirai’s death last month.

“This was the second anointing. For the third time we met as alliance principals of all seven political parties and we agreed that Chamisa will be the one to give President (Emmerson) Mnangagwa problems in this year’s election. You, who do not get satisfied by this, what do you want? Here, the King of Matabeleland South, who oversees the Njelele shrine, has brought rains today. We know that when rains come in such circumstances, God has agreed that he is a leader,” Ncube said to the crowd’s delight.

In his campaign speech, Chamisa, who amused and excited the supporters through quite a lengthy Ndebele address, said the aim of the alliance would be to address the problems of marginalisation and suppression of people in the region.

The rally was attended by alliance members, who include People’s Democratic Party leader, Tendai Biti and Jacob Ngarivhume of Transform Zimbabwe.

The Alliance team will be in the Midlands next weekend. – NewsDay