Monthly Archives: May 2011

MUGABE set to chair AU peace organ

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”A commentary in the Zimbabwe Standard over the weekend said; “There is every reason for the AU to change the rules so that countries such as Zimbabwe cannot assume the chairmanship of this important body. It is therefore difficult to understand how Zimbabwe, a country that is notorious for violence, blatant disregard for the rule of law and election rigging can be asked to lead it. Is this any different from making a village criminal the local sheriff?”

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By Alex Bell
30 May 2011

The credibility of the African Union (AU) is being questioned, after news that Zimbabwe will assume the chairmanship of the bloc’s Peace and Security Council. The rotational chairmanship passes from South Africa to Zimbabwe in June.

The Peace and Security Council, in theory, is meant to promote peace, security and stability across Africa, while promoting democracy, good governance and the rule of the law. It is also meant to uphold the protection of human rights.

Zimbabwe’s eligibility for the chairmanship of such an important body, despite rampant human rights abuses and the ongoing disregard for the rule of law by ZANU PF, is now casting doubt on the AU.

A commentary in the Zimbabwe Standard over the weekend said; “There is every reason for the AU to change the rules so that countries such as Zimbabwe cannot assume the chairmanship of this important body. It is therefore difficult to understand how Zimbabwe, a country that is notorious for violence, blatant disregard for the rule of law and election rigging can be asked to lead it. Is this any different from making a village criminal the local sheriff?”

The development comes amid growing calls for the United Nations to intervene in Zimbabwe, where ongoing human rights abuses and ZANU PF’s continued refusal to reform has left the country in crisis. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is in the midst of trying to mediate the ongoing political stalemate between the MDC and ZANU PF, but Robert Mugabe’s party has gone to great lengths to snub the regional bloc.

Most recently the party has said that it will not abide by an election roadmap, stated by SADC as key to democratic change in Zimbabwe. The party has also said that there will be no security sector reforms, clearly showing how it plans on retaining power in the country.

The most worrying development however has been ZANU PF’s celebration over the suspension of the SADC human rights court for at least another year. The SADC leadership has decided to dissolve the Tribunal instead of force Zimbabwe to honour its rulings on unlawful land reform, leaving the entire region without a human rights court. ZANU PF has openly welcomed this development, showing its contempt for human rights.

Political analyst Professor John Makumbe told SW Radio Africa that it is “ironic” that Zimbabwe, still under ZANU PF’s control, will be chairing a peace organ.

“It says a lot about the AU’s perspective of the Zimbabwe crisis, and that they belittle it and treat it like it is not serious at all,” Makumbe said.

He added; “The AU is increasingly becoming intransigent when it comes to human rights abuses and dictatorial leadership. This negates all democratic development in African member states.”

International rights group, Human Rights Watch, has meanwhile said that UN Society Council intervention in Zimbabwe is critical. The group’s UN Director Philippe Bollopion, said in an interview with The Zimbabwean newspaper that the Security Council should not only act when a civil war breaks out in a country, but ensure that human rights situations are addressed before they worsen.

“We believe that human rights violations in Zimbabwe are so widespread and pervasive that they deserve the Council’s intervention,” said Bollopion.

HRW researcher for Africa, Tiseke Kasambala, told SW Radio Africa that UN intervention would be unlikely, because of the AU’s ongoing “lukewarm” efforts to resolve the Zimbabwe crisis. She said that allowing Zim to assume the chairmanship of the AU’s peace organ “indicates that perhaps the AU doesn’t take issues of peace and security very seriously.”

“Zimbabwe hasn’t been the greatest supporter of human rights and the ZANU PF wing of the unity government is still bent on preventing any protection of human rights,” Kasambala added.


Army general, Nyikayaramba vows not to salute Tsvangirai

 The Zimbabwean Exile Govt ,calls for the detention and summoning of the army commander to be charged with treason, with the intension to kill the road map to democracy.. by publicly announcing his intention to form a military coup, if any other govt not zanu-pf related comes to power.
Sunday, 29 May 2011 12:04
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The ZNA is under the command of Lieutenant General Philip Velario Sibanda, who took over from General Constantine Chiwenga following his elevation to the post of Commander Zimbabwe Defence Forces in December 2003


1 Brigade – Brigadier General Eliah Bandama

2 Brigade – Brigadier-General Francis Noel Mutisi

3 Brigade – Brigadier-General Douglas Nyikayaramba

4 Brigade – Brigadier-General Davidson Manyika

5 Brigade – Brigadier General Luke Z Ncube

Artillery Brigade-Brigadier General Etherton Shungu

Mechanized Brigade – Brigadier General Paul Chima

Artillery Brigade – Colonel Morgan Urayai Munawa

Parachute Regiment – Lieutenant Colonel Chosen Mpatiwa

Commando Regiment – Lieutenant Colonel Hwami Vengesai

Special Air Service – Lieutenant Colonel Panga Kufa

Presidential Guards -Colonel Anselem Sanyatwe

Mounted Infantry Regiment – Lieutenant Colonel Bothwell Brian Chigaba

Corps of Engineers – Colonel Jardinious Garira

Corps of Intelligence – Colonel M. Mzilikazi

Tsvangirai (pictured) has said the grim political threats by army generals that they will never salute anyone without liberation war credentials reinforces his oft-repeated call for security sector reforms and the need  to vaccinate State organs from acting like political entities.
Zimbabwe hangs in political limbo after members of President Mugabe’s security Cabinet, the Joint Operations Command, threatened this week to block the political transition if the incumbent veteran President loses the forthcoming presidential poll.
The Commander of 3 Brigade, General Douglas Nyikayaramba told the financial weekly, the Zimbabwe Independent in remarks published in a front-page splash of yesterday’s edition that he will never salute Tsvangirai. He is just the latest General to announce to the world that they would not accept, let alone support or salute, anyone without liberation war credentials.
This statement has been repeated on the eve of every national election since 2002. Tsvangirai said yesterday at the launch of a Panel of Elders —  a distinguished panel of Zimbabwean leaders hoping to use their collective influence to bring political violence to center stage — that the army generals’ routine election time statement was tantamount to intimidation.
Brig Gen Nyikayaramba said the Generals refuse to countenance the prospect of Zimbabwe being ruled by a political party other than Zanu PF – the deliverer of Zimbabwean independence. Drawing from their experience of fighting in the country’s liberation war, some senior army officers see themselves as the guardians of Zimbabwean independence. Nyikayaramba insisted elections must happen this year to end the power-sharing government that has been wrecked by internal wrangling and sharp disagreements on policy. Tsvangirai, far from facing down the military commanders, said the threats reinforce his call for security sector reforms. Tsvangirai has appealed to regional leaders to persuade Mugabe to allow for wide democratic security sector reforms before elections, but political analysts believe he will only concede ground if there is threat of regional isolation.
The matter has been set down for discussion at the Heads of State and Government meeting on the sidelines of the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Council and Summit in South Africa on 12th June.
“Statements by service chiefs that they will not respect the expression of the people’s will, as well as statements in the press today in which a senior army officer is trying to determine the date of the election, only serve to confirm the uniqueness of our situation and the importance of vaccinating State organs from acting like political entities,” Tsvangirai said at the launch of the Panel of Elders, headed by Prof Gordon Chavunduka, at a local hotel yesterday.
“Unnecessary election talk leads to dysfunctionality and polarity in the country. It polarizes Cabinet, Parliament and the security sector and leads to unilateral actions and selective application of the law.”
The Generals’ threat to never allow President Mugabe to cede executive powers to Tsvangirai was an ominous sign. The MDC leader alleged the generals were imposing a “war psychosis” on the country.
“Our current situation is being compounded by the war psychosis – the constant reference to Chimurenga and the war language associated with it,” Tsvangirai said. “It puts the country into an unnecessary war mode because any war environment necessitates the suspension of the Constitution and the undermining of the civilian authority. The…… more click


The board of trustees of the Zimbabwe Liberators Platform on Wednesday lobbed a vitriolic verbal grenade at Brigadier-General Douglas Nyikayaramba, for suggesting Mugabe should rule forever. The group of ex-guerrillas who claim that the struggle’s ideals have been betrayed, described the ‘self-opinionated’ commander of 3 Brigade in Mutare as an ‘arrogant and rotten apple’ within the defence force.

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By Tichaona Sibanda
1 June 2011

The board of trustees of the Zimbabwe Liberators Platform (ZLP) on Wednesday lobbed a vitriolic verbal grenade at Brigadier-General Douglas Nyikayaramba, for suggesting Robert Mugabe should rule forever.

ZLP, a group of ex-guerrillas who claim that the struggle’s ideals have been betrayed, described the ‘self-opinionated’ commander of 3 Brigade in Mutare as an ‘arrogant and rotten apple’ within the defence force.

ZLP condemned Nyikayaramba’s remarks and demanded that he be reprimanded or dismissed from the army. Wilfred Mhanda, known during the liberation war as Dzinashe Machingura, is a former high-ranking ZANLA commander and is a trustee of ZLP.

He said his organisation would hope Nyikayaramba’s views are not representative of the thinking of the officer corps of the Zimbabwe Defences Forces. Mhanda, who was appointed to the high command in 197, told us most of those who sit on the Joint Operations Command (JOC) went through his hands.

He claimed to have trained ZDF commander Constantine Chiwenga and Air Marshal Perence Shiri during the early years of the war and he also trained Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri later on.

‘I think his remarks are just the ranting and raving of an isolated overzealous ZANU PF zealot, a clear misfit within the ranks of the ZDF,’ Mhanda said in a joint statement co-signed by another trustee, Happyson Nenji, also a former war vet who used his chimurenga name, Webster Gwauya.

ZLP said the Brigadier, who stands accused by the MDC-T of rigging the 2002 Presidential elections in favour of his commander-in-chief, needs to be reminded that the ZDF are a national institution funded and supported by tax payers’ money and not from ZANU PF coffers.

‘The soldiers’ loyalty should lie towards the people of Zimbabwe and not ZANU PF. The defence forces are not a ZANU PF militia as he imagines. The national defence forces and other arms of state security should be rid of unprofessional officers and rotten apples like him,’ ZLP said.

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition waded into the Nyikayaramba controversy and said there is no way the people of Zimbabwe can have free and fair elections that are without violence or intimidation, if the army made such reckless utterances.

‘Unless and until we have a truly independent and non-partisan military, and security sector encompassing the police, prisons, and the central intelligence agency, then to hold elections would be to needlessly put the lives of the electorate in harm’s way,’ said Dewa Mavhinga, regional coordinator for Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition.

In a statement Mavhinga said it is now abundantly clear that the fundamental challenge and the root of the governance crisis in Zimbabwe, is the extremely partisan and politicized security sector.

‘SADC must know now that any road map to Zimbabwe elections that does not ensure a complete separation of the military from political and electoral affairs is a sheer waste of time. All meddling in political and civilian affairs by the military must be stopped.



a Rhodesian Stanley Fischer, aged 67 may replace IMF Boss,

An ex-Rhodesian economist has been named as a possible replacement for the International Monetary Fund(IMF) boss DOMINIQUE Strauss-Kahn, who vacated office Thursday to fight charges of sexual assault, it has emerged

Stanley Fischer, aged 67 who was born in Northern Rhodesia, now Zambia was named as a possible contender on a list of candidates published by the AFP news agency Thursday.

Fischer World, a Bank economist is now the head of Israel’s central bank. He served as IMF deputy managing director from 1994-2001.

Analysts speculated that he may however lose points of credit for the job because of his being an Israeli, a factor which may affect him politically.

Another possible candidate named was Trevor Manuel, former finance minister of South Africa who reportedly proved his talents at a young age and was firmly trusted by Nelson Mandela. A comment on the AFP website expressed that it as not yet clear if Manuel has the broad support of the African continent, where a lot of IMF money goes.

The rest of candidates were drawn from a number of other nations including India, and those from the continents of Europe and America. The IMF Boss post fell vacant Thursday after DOMINIQUE Strauss-Kahn was forced to quit as head of the …..fischer

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Zwambila the Zimbabwean Aussie ambassador is a stripper


Canberra(ZimEye)Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to Australia, Jacqueline Zwambila’s name hit a number of Aussie-computer screens this week after fresh allegations were raised and debated on her for alleged gross misconduct and ill-treatment of staff.

Australian government officials this week began examining allegations against Zwambila  by an employee, for a list of alleged concerns including the ordering of the male staff member to her bedroom late in the night when she was reportedly ‘half naked’. The Zim Envoy is thus being probed for not only abuse of office, but also sexual harassment of the male staff member at her residence. The Zimbabwean envoy was accused of twice calling the residential-worker to her bedroom after 10PM at a time her Butler claims that she was half naked. It was claimed that all she wanted at this time of the night was a glass of coke. Late last year Zwambila was  also accused of stripping her clothes before embassy staff-members.

Felix Machiridza who has now been dismissed from work without a clear explanation said:

‘She was wearing a corset and a bra when she called me’, he said referring to a first incident alleged to have happened in March 2010. Efforts to obtain a information from Zwambila as to the valid reason for Machiridza’s dismissal from work were fruitless as she did not respond to emails and did not answer her phone.

It was claimed that Zwambila soon attempted to force Machiridza to vacate a cottage house he was living in and allegedly ordered him to occupy a bedroom on the same floor as her. After ‘turning down’ the request, Machiridza said he was in retarliation soon ordered to relocate into a motor-vehicle garage where he allegedly lived for nine months, evidence which is being examined.

Machiridza’s case may raise issues of sexual harassment under section 59 of the Discrimination Act 1991 (ACT), an Australian government official said this week.

At the time of writing, Zwambila still had not responded to the reports since Monday. [UPDATE-Friday 02:02am] After a series of repeated calls and emails, an email was later received Friday in which she said she had no comment.:

“Thank you for your email dated 24 May 2011. The Ambassador has no comment,” the email read.


An email acknowledging receipt and promising a reply ‘in due course’ had been received from the Zimbabwe embassy’s official email address on Tuesday but no details had been supplied as to when the reply would be made.

Zwambila is an appointee from prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s party, a result of the government of national unity signed in 2009. Machiridza like Zwambila is also an active member of the MDC party and worked for the MDC until he obtained his new job

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ZANU PF officials have demanded the ‘recall’ of Zimbabwe’s ambassador to Australia, Jacqueline Zwambila(pictured), accusing her of “undimplomatic behaviour” after she allegedly ‘stripped’ in front of embassy staff in Canberra.

Zwambila allegedly bared all in front of three male embassy officials after accusing them of leaking information to the state-run The Herald newspaper.

The ambassador is said to have quizzed staffers Moses Chikanyairo, Givemore T. Nyanzou and Felix Nyamupinga on who had leaked the embassy’s website link to the media.

The website contained claims that contradicted Government policy on sanctions imposed against Zimbabwe by western countries.

Chris Mutsvangwa, a former ambassador to China said: “President Mugabe may be forced to recall Ambassador Zwambila.

now the story has been put in detailed…….
the MDC-T Felix Chiridza who was employed as a butler by the ambassor has written a report detailing his ordeal at the hands of the ambassador.

In an email to Zimbabwe Online Press Felix Machiridza explained how he contacted MDC-T President and Zimbabwe Prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai to have the matter resolved without involving media but his efforts fell on deaf ears as he experienced threats from the ambassador.

“Contrary to what some analysts are thinking, this has nothing to do with politics because we are from the same political divide, that is why I approached the PM’s office first. Prior to this I had tried for a long time to engage my employer in dialogue and it had resulted in worse treatment.Here in Australia I had approached both govt and private institutions for assistance but because of ambassador Zwambila’s diplomatic immunity they could not help much.” Said Felix…



    it is a Transitional Authority to serve all the people of Zimbabwe at home and abroad and advancing the people’s democratic revolution to push to oversee the conduct of free and fair elections which must lead to Zimbabwe’s full transition to democracy and a new democratically elected Government of the people’s choice to whom the Exile Government will formally hand over power.The exile GOVT operates with various departments and is also involved in an position of putting democracy in zimbabwe, either be diplomatic ,be an uprising or be a military campaign.
     And who are they martin?
L MTruthfulness is next to Godliness. Martin C Da William is overcome with sadness and all that he wants and desires is for a truly democratic despensation to prevail in Zimbabwe. As you, J  K, and I including nearly everybody else who respects the sanctity of the human race knows, the situation is currently obtaining in Zimbabwe defies logic. Zanu-PF and its charlatans have created a laager of a selected few who have mustered the art of enriching themselves while creating an atmosphere of massive intimidation that has rendered every Zimbabwean fearful for their lives. Although you and I are at pains to understand the concept behind Martin’s idea of a Government in Exile, I think the fact that it is almost next to imposible to defy Zanu-PF while one is within the country, Martin sees it most appropriate to launch an onslught from outside. The little that I understand is that Martin wants various host governments that play host to the Zimbabwean diaspora to understand beyond doubt that indeed the situation under Zanu-PF is definitely unattainable in Zimbabwe. And that, amongst other things, there are also people like Martin who are trying to make a difference albeit in a perculiar fashion. We need to get Zanu-PF out of the reigns of power by hook or crook, the damage they did to our country, morally and materially, is beyond reproach

.Now to say to the diaspora community, please we need you to support the exile gvt, it is now the only way forward to take powers from the zanupf regime. I have experience of politics in different states, including , Chile, Burma, Djibouti, Israel..etc.. the exile gvt really works in the event to remove the regime…we need to crush these eggs of zanu-pf which want to hatch in diaspora. I will answer partilly the land issue, Mr mapiye, when we go on power, we will retake the land from all thse invaders, we will relocate the land accordingly with sound leases, the land will be given to professionals in order to out burst the country to be the bread basket again, the other land will be given to Zimbabwean citizens to practice there family substance farming which will not be monitored by the state… the land to be given to professionals will,be monitored by the state, and the lease will not be for inheritance, the lease will be only for proffesional in agriculture and farming, such as madumeni , this will be regardless of race, tribe or creed. … we intend to dived the country into 5 states, mashona state, manica state, gaza state, masvingo state and finally matebele state.. there will be devolution of power.. we need to cut governers to compensate for our economy, we have a lot in place,,, we need to rebuild the infrastructure, we need to expand industrialization, we need motorways.. we need , need to improve the GDP, WE NEED TO TAKE THE COUNTRY FROM THIRD WORLD… in the exile or diaspora we are looking at empowering all the Zimbabwean citizens, to participate in olympics , to be trained in highly skilled professions which will help us rebuild our country, we need to protect our citizens from political bureaucracy in the countries which they are ethnic minorities…. we have a lot.


we expect to do more, EXILE GVT REPRESENTATIVES IN S.A, AUSTRALIA, USA, NIGERIA,CANADA, BOTSWANA and other countries presented the same document to their host gvt, we had a speech about the exile gvt, at the zimvigil some minutes b4 submission in 10 downing street UK. THE NEXT STEPS ,TO BE TAKEN BY THE ZIMBABWE EXILE GOVERNMENT, is to include the exile people and the people on ground , to selected there MPs , this process will include some elections done by zimbabweans in disapora, each country will sent 10 representatives but propotion will be taken into consideration. The elected people will form the excutive exile govenrment , which will include the prime minister, vice prime minister and the ministers which will work together with the secretariat. the secretariat include myself and the other 12 Rt Hon who are pioneering this project. NB every individual from deferent politcal background is welcome to participate, The aim of the exile gvt is to eliminate and take power from the mugabe regime.As we said before the exile gvt will collapse , when a democratically elected gvt in zimbabwe is installed. We also welcome the Opposition ministers in the present gvt of GNU to join the exile gvt if they fall prey to any threat, these ministers and MPs will automatically be part of the executive  Government.

  • we are interim leaders/ facilitators of the zimbabwe gvt in exile till the first elections have been held to choose or vote for leaders . in the mean time we are working 24/7 to put a referendum to find out the need of people in dispora, how the exile gvt can support them , and accommodate their dreams, hope and aspiration till we get home. i might not the best person to lead this gvt in exile, but at least i initiated the project knowing that once it’s established my life is in danger and i know and believe that this is the right think to do. i am hoping among the 5 million Zimbabweans in exile will support this project….
  • Actions of governments in exileInternational law recognizes that governments in exile may undertake many types of actions in the conduct of their daily affairs. These actions include:

    becoming a party to a bilateral or international treaty

    amending or revising its own constitution

    maintaining military forces

    retaining (or “newly obtaining”) diplomatic recognition by sovereign states

    issuing identity cards

    allowing the formation of new political parties

    instituting democratic reforms

    holding elections

    allowing for direct (or more broadly-based) elections of its government officers, etc.

  • i age all zimbabweans to take action , and be serious , we need to work for our people who are oppresed…see some of  preachings on this video…
  • the other video on 1st march.. please click the london hangs mugabe . passion for zimbabwe,see,CHINYANGA in ZAPU..
  • Governments in exile frequently occur during wartime occupation, and sometimes also in the aftermath of a civil war, revolution, military coup, or widespread belief in the illegitimacy of a ruling government. For example, during the German expansion of the Second World War, some European governments sought refuge in the United Kingdom rather than face destruction at the hands of Nazi Germany. The effectiveness of a government in exile depends mainly on the support it can get from foreign governments on the one hand and from the population of its own country on the other. Some governments in exile can develop into a formidable force, posing a serious challenge to the rival in actual possession of the country, while others are mainly maintained as a symbolic gesture with little effect on the actual situation but in this occasion it’s a negative feedback, where the regime has failed to perform its basic roles, it has consequently lost all form of legitimacy and we are the new legitimate government to rescue and help push the regime out of power by the means of a revolution or any other means necessary . THE THINKS WHICH HAVE BEEN LOOKED IN TO AT ARE ILLEGITIMACY OF A RULING GOVERNMENT, GNU IS NO LONGER FUNCTIONING, PEOPLE ARE KILLED, ABDUCTED AND VIOLENCE IS COMMITTED EVERY DAY…MUGABE AND REGIME HAVE LOST LEGITIMACY ,SO THIS GOVERNMENT IS FORMED UNDER SUCH..IN THE HOPE TO PATRONAGE A REVOLUTION……..READ MORE on the DECLARATION WINDOW.



TWO (ZimRights) officials arrested have gone missing in Mugabe’s prison.

Activism is my rent on Earth

TWO Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) officials arrested for planning a public meeting on torture have gone missing in Mugabe’s prison.

Walter Dube, a paralegal officer and Florence Ndlovu, the regional coordinator for Matabeleland were arrested at Tshino business centre in Tsholotsho after police stopped the meeting on torture on Monday.

Tsholotsho is one of the hardest hit places in Matabeleland that saw thousands being murdered by Mugabe’s North Korean trained 5th Brigade in the 1980s.

The meeting was in defiance of a ruling by Bulawayo magistrate Ntombizodwa Mazhandu allowing the meeting by the grassroots based organisation to proceed without police interference.

Lawyers and ZimRights officials yesterday said police were frustrating efforts to locate the two.

“We do not know where the two are being detained and what their charge is.

We are now worried because we do not know if they are safe of not,” said ZimRights national director Okay Machisa.

The two are being represented by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) member lawyers Charles Moyo and Jonathan Tsvangirai.

Machisa expressed worry that security agents could be torturing the officials, given their history of kidnapping and torturing human rights defenders and political activists.

ZLHR spokesman Kumbirai Mafunda said Tsvangirai and Moyo were denied access to their clients when they went to Nyamandlovu police station.

“The lawyers representing Dube and Ndlovu were denied access by a rifle wielding police officer at Nyamandlovu on Tuesday. The lawyers believe their clients are still at Nyamandlovu despite the police claiming the two officials have been transferred to Sipepa police station,” Mafunda said.

He said officers at Sipepa police station had denied holding the two ZimRights officials.

Mafunda said lawyers had observed that the vehicle used by the two missing officials had been removed from Nyamandlovu police where it was initially parked after the arrest.

“Police have refused to divulge where the car and the officials are,” said Mafunda.

Police spokesperson Wayne Bvudzijena professed ignorance on the case.

State security agents in 2008 abducted several human rights and political activists, including a journalist and held them incommunicado at secret locations while torturing them to induce confessions of insurgency…please see more on the original press


Detained MLF leader Siwela critically ill in prison

Reports say handcuffed Siwela was rushed to Khami Prison Complex Hospital after his blood pressure shot up uncontrollably.


DETAINED Mthwakazi Liberation Front (MLF) leader Paul Siwela has been hospitalized at the notorious Khami Maximum Security Prison hospital as his health deteriorated, The ZimDiaspora can reveal.

” The zimbabwe exile govt highlighted the case of paul swila to members of the mthwakazi movement last month .. a messge personal sent to Sitha Mavikinduku-Ngwenya that Paul swila was being given losw doses of mecury and other virus /poison to die after his reliese in prison. this is the method found in guerrillia politics document (  under theThe state sponsered thugs trick,

so sorry that the people of mthwakazi are not united and  now that the brave  leader is dying like a fumegated fly.”

He is critically ill, but is said to be still in handcuffs and under guard in his prison hospital bed.

A dejected Siwela was brought to court a fortnight ago where he was further remanded in custody. He crime is to demand recognition of the marginalised Matabeleland and Midlands areas.

Reports say handcuffed Siwela was rushed to Khami Prison

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