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Declaration for Zimbabwe’s National Transitional Governing Council: 28 July 2011

 ZIMBABWE’S NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL GOVERNING COUNCIL 28JULY 2011

Following the total loss of legitimacy of President Mugabe, AND

Following President Mugabe’s numerous transgressions and continuous violation of the Constitution and basic human rights AND

Following President Mugabe’s failure to shape up in line with the popular and legitimate demands and expectations of the largest majority people of Zimbabwe AND

Following the unending political circus, chaos, hostility, anarchy and dysfunctionality of the current Coalition Government

And at the peremptory request of the largest majority of our people for the immediate and effective end of dictatorship, basic human rights violations, corruption, unemployment and deprivation,

And in order to prevent the further decline of Zimbabwe and in pursuit of a Fresh start desired by the largest majority of our people,

a new Zimbabwe National Transitional Governing Council is hereby declared and proclaimed for Zimbabwe. The Transitional Governing Council shall be taking over the governing of the country with immediate effect until such a time when free and fair General Elections have been held in Zimbabwe to choose a new democratic, stable and functional Government of the people of Zimbabwe’s free and uncoerced choice.

More details about this new Transitional Governing Authority of Zimbabwe shall be made available shortly.

Thank you

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Zim Journos, MDC MP Beaten Up by Zanu (PF)

 

Zim Journos, MDC MP Beaten Up by Zanu (PF)

Harare, July 23, 2011 – A Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) legislator and five journalists were Saturday beaten up by hordes of Zanu (PF) supporters who invaded the Parliament building to disrupt a public hearing by a parliamentary committee on the Human Rights Bill.

Today an MDC legislator and five journalists were beaten by hordes of ZANU-PF supporters who INVADED PARLIAMENT to disrupt a public hearing by a parliamentary committee on the HUMAN RIGHTS BILL.

radio vop :Harare, July 23, 2011 – A Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) legislator and five journalists were Saturday beaten up by hordes of Zanu (PF) supporters who invaded the Parliament building to disrupt a public hearing by a parliamentary committee on the Human Rights Bill. This follows similar disruptions at Mutare’s Queen Hall and Masvingo on Friday.

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Bill is part of democratic reforms that Mugabe and Tsvangirai agreed to in 2008 when they signed a power-sharing agreement. Zanu (PF) favours elections this year, but Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the Movement of Democratic Change (MDC-T) insists key political reforms must first be implemented.

Brian Tshuma, an MDC-T legislator for Hwange Central constituency was beaten up inside the senate chamber where the hearing was taking place while journalists Levy Mukarati (Financial Gazette), Tsvangirai Mukwazhi (Daily News), Nqaba Matshazi (The Standard), Aaron Ufumeli (Newsday), John Cassim (freelance photographer) were also beaten up by the mob.

More journalists from both the State and independent media were also forced to seek refuge in offices within the parliament building as Zanu (PF) supporters ran riot.

Most of the assailants were identified as commuter omnibus touts and vendors from the Harare’s biggest fruit and vegetable market, the Mbare Musika. The meeting was abandoned as a result of the skirmishes.

Tshuma, a member of the Justice and legal, parliamentary and constitutional affairs committee, met his fate when Zanu (PF) supporters who packed the senate chamber for the hearing noticed he had not been singing the national anthem.

“Zanu PF supporters accused me of not singing the national anthem when we were going through the introductory stages of the hearing. They grabbed me by my tie, my belt and some joined in and the next thing I was shoved outside the building. Some buttons from my shirt were torn off,” said Tshuma.

“Instead of helping the situation, police shoved me outside the building at the instigation of the vociferous Zanu (PF) supporters.”

Matshazi also related his experience. “I was also approached by Zanu (PF) supporters while inside the parliament building who accused me of not singing the national anthem. I denied that but they insisted on my leaving the parliament building.”

“Someone came from nowhere and beat me with a fist and more people joined in. I was grabbed by my jacket and kicked all over. They told me they did not care about human rights and they do not respect our newspapers which they said write lies about the country. They insulted me with all sorts of unprintable words and told me they only cared about President Mugabe and no-one else.”

Levy Mukarati also spoke about his ordeal.

“I was inside parliament for the hearing and was forced to move out when I noticed the security situation had degenerated,” said Mukarati. “When I was outside the building, one of the ladies who was inside identified me as among the journalists who had been inside and that’s when I was mobbed by more Zanu (PF) supporters who beat me up. I was saved by the police.”

Zanu (PF) supporters were already outside the parliament building as early as 7am when the public meeting had been set for 10 am.

Some 300 more tried for hours to force their way through the entrance of the parliament building as they sang and danced in praise of President Mugabe and in denouncing of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and his party.

A dozen anti-riot police watched the situation unfold.

In Mutare war veterans in this eastern border city disrupted a hearing of the same bill. In Masvingo the hearing ended prematurely after Zanu (PF) activists also caused mayhem.

Members of the public that had gathered to give their submission started to question why the bill was read in english instead of using the vernacular that every can understand.

“The bill was read in English and we did not understand anything, we also do not understand what is human rights versus criminology,” said one Zanu Pf supporter.

Some members of the public were saying that it is not fair for the hearing to be read without accommodating the deaf.

Amongst members of the crowd was a visually impaired man who said the purpose of the meeting was not justified as he needed time to read and comprehend the details of the bill before making an informed contribution.

Commotion started when Zanu (PF) deputy secretary for information and publicity said the meeting should stop forthwith as there was consensus that they did not understand the bill.

“This meeting has to stop because everyone here is agreeing that we did not understand what was read, so we should leave,” said Samuriwo amid a wild cheers from a group of war veterans and Zanu (PF) supporters.

War vets and some Zanu (PF) youth started to sing songs accusing the Chairman Douglas Mwonzora of leading the committee which was waylaying people’s views.

The chair was forced to end the meeting prematurely after about 40 minutes into the proceedings as charging war vets and other Zanu-PF supporters broke into songs and dancing in front of the 13 delegates from the Parliament.

In an interview after the meeting Mwonzora said they have noted the submissions that have been made by the people of Mutare.

“Some expressed that they have not been made aware of the bill and some think that it’s a duplication of the constitution making process and they want the constitution to be released first.” They were definite submission that were made and one was that the bill is not supported and there was also a submission that the investigation of human rights must not only start in 2009 as envisaged by the bill but must go back to pre-colonial time,” said Mwonzora.

 

 

commments  by Ray Rockingham
ZANU-PF Academics have repeatedly stated on ZTV . . . ”There is no concept of Human Rights in African Culture therefore Human Rights is a White Western concept designed to destroy African culture”.

Mugabe says . . . ”Zimbabwe is Mine” and Mugabe says . . . ”Only God can remove me from power”. Mugabe says these things because he believes God has given permission for ZANU-PF to be a medieval monarchy with absolute power to rule Zimbabwe with the Divine Right of Kings.

Since independence in 1980 ZANU-PF have kept all power to themselves because ZANU-PF are the self-anointed divine rulers of Zimbabwe who believe that a Constitution should only give ZANU-PF the ‘Right’ to beat and bury people alive if they oppose ZANU-PF.

ZANU-PF power can only be threatened by the empowerment of ordinary People therefore ZANU-PF have NEVER made any effort to educate the People with explanations of what their ‘Rights’ really are.

The Constitution writing process is being disrupted by Zimbabwe’s autocratic ZANU-PF elite who regard the Rule Of Law, Civil Liberties, and even basic Human Rights, as ‘unAfrican’ concepts which threaten the ZANU-PF agenda to keep the ordinary people of Zimbabwe in a manageable state of perpetual ignorance and weakness.

Today’s invasion of the Parliamentary Committee was not opposed by the Police therefore this invasion of Parliament was orchestrated by ZANU-PF to send a clear message that the Parliament of Zimbabwe is merely a fictional theatrical display of fake ‘democracy’ which has no influence over the ZANU-PF gang of criminals who use murder robbery and rape to enforce their ownership and control over everything in Zimbabwe.

ZANU-PF will always attack any attempt to validate Human Rights in Zimbabwe because ZANU-PF regard the People of Zimbabwe as nothing more than cattle, goats and chickens, which should be tethered, caged, beaten and eaten.

 

UK stopped the deportation of Josephine Chari as she was to face an automatic death penalty in Zimbabwe

London(ZimEye)A London based female Zimbabwean activist was saved at the last minute just before being hauled into a Kenyan Airways plane, for deportation to Zimbabwe.

This followed a fierce campaign involving UK lawmakers launched by London activist Martin Chinyanga together with the Zim Vigil charity organisation.

It is not yet clear the full reason for the miraculous reversal of deportation but Josephine Chari will not be deported and it was claimed her lawyer late Thursday had began proceedings to challenge any other future deportation by the United Kingdom Border Agency.

source flickr  zimvigil
Holding a placard reading’87 and standing for re-election’ … Josephine Chari (left in white)

“She is no longer going now, and she is happy. Her ticket has been cancelled,” announced Chinyanga.

Earlier on Zimbabweans had held their breaths Thursday all afternoon, as they bombarded Kenyan airways’ telephone lines campaigning for the airline to cancel her ticket. An email sent out at 3Pm Thursday titled –Josephine Chari  to face  automatic death penalty in Zimbabwe, read:

“We have just heard that Josephine Chari is at  Heathrow to catch Kenyan Airways Flight KQ101 to Nairobi leaving Heathrow at 20.00 tonight. UKBA has refused her lawyer’s representation. The lawyer is now working on a judicial review. She says there is not time to lodge the review in person and the court won’t accept it by fax so she is calling the judge at 5pm to ask for an emergency injunction to stop the removal but she is not hopeful,”

However Chari’s fate was miraculously reversed as it was announced she would not be travelling anymore. She was said to be preparing her papers before leaving the airport at the time of writing.

 

Victims of political genocide in 2008 all named

Below is the first comprehensive list of MDC activists murdered during and after the bloody elections. This list was presented to the Attorney General, Johannes Tomana, last year. He has refused to order the police to investigate the murders.

Michael Dube, Shurungwi 01 May He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters, and sustained serious injuries. He was admitted to hospital and died a few days later. Though he was a known TB patient his death was due to the injuries he sustained.

Tapiwa Meda, Chiweshe 05 May They were called to a meeting in the Chaona area by gangs of youths who had come from Mt Darwin in the company of allegedly armed soldiers. Known MDC supporters including the deceased were assaulted heavily using gun butts and batons. He was admitted at Howard Hospital and died the same day.

Alex Chiriseri, Chiweshe 05 May They were called to a meeting by gangs of youths who had come from Mt Darwin in company of allegedly armed soldiers. Known MDC supporters including the victim were assaulted heavily using gun butts and batons. He was admitted at Howard Hospital and died the same day.

Joseph Madzuramhende, Chiweshe 05 May They were called to a meeting by gangs of youths who had come from Mt Darwin in company of allegedly armed soldiers. Known MDC supporters were assaulted heavily using gun butts and batons. He was admitted at Howard Hospital and died the same day.

Crispen Taero, Mt Darwin April, He was assaulted by suspected CIO members and local Zanu (PF) supporters. He died later from the injuries sustained.

Biggie Zhuwawo, Muzarabani April, Was abducted and murdered by a group of youths that was allegedly led by Chief Chitsekete

Crispen Chiusti, Guruve April, He was assaulted by known Zanu (PF) youths and died because of the injuries.

Tatenda Chabika, Muzarabani April A mob of suspected Zanu (PF) youths abducted her and assaulted her at their alleged base. She died as a result of the beatings on her way home from the alleged base.

Tapiwa Mbwanda, Hurungwe 05 April A large group of suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war veterans took Tapiwa from his garden where he was working, they ordered him to show them where other MDC supporters where. He refused and they started to beat him with sticks and iron bars. They continued to assault him well into the night and was found dead the following day a short distance from his home.

Moses Bashitioyo, Mutoko April , He was assaulted by suspected soldiers and Zanu (PF) youths and died a few days later.

Brighton Mabwera, Murehwa April, His mother and father were dragged from bed by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters during the night and heavily assaulted. They managed to escape during the assault and this angered the group which then set on fire the hut in which the baby was sleeping and was therefore burnt to death.

Manyimo Tennyson, Muzarabani 24 April Was warned that suspected Zanu (PF) people were looking for him, so he decided to leave the area and go to Harare. He left home with his wife on 23 April on foot and unfortunately the way they took led them to Bakasa Base where they were captured. Their councillor and other people positively identified him as the person they were looking for; they were then assaulted from April 23 until the early hours of April 24. They were then taken by a truck and dumped close to their home. Tennyson passed away a few hours later. The postmortem requested by the police showed that he had a broken neck, no arrest were made.

Tabitha Marume, Makoni West April 01 , Was reportedly shot by suspected government agents in the Makoni area

Temba Muronde Mudzi North 14 April Was assaulted with an iron bar at his home and abducted a day later on his way to the clinic. His wife was carrying him to the clinic on a cart and was blocked at Vhombozi river were Themba was taken away and wife ordered to go back home alone. He was taken to Magwada torture Base where he was forced to drink rat poison but did not die. They then forced him to drink a pesticide (rogor) and when he did not die, they finished him off with an axe a week later.

Moses Makewa, Wedza 01 April Was assaulted by a group of suspected Zanu (PF) supporters and died soon after the attack.

Peter Tom Butac, Mudzi North 28 April It was on 28/04/08 at around 1600hrs when the deceased was about to eat his supper, when a gang of about 50 people suspected to be Zanu (PF) militia allegedly led by Jevias Chiutsi ward 2 Zanu (PF) councillor took Tom to Vhombozi Pry School where they had allegedly set-up a base. They assaulted Tom for about 8 hrs. They then let him go on the 29th of April and he died on his way home.

Sage Muza, Mutoko Hoyuyu2 08 May Was assaulted by a group of suspected Zanu (PF) supporters and died soon after the attack

Manuel Nelson, Hopely Harare 09 May Was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths. He was found with stab wounds and later died in Hospital

Godfrey Jemedze, Chiweshe 09 May They were rounded up by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters in the company of alleged army members for a meeting where the deceased was assaulted and died in hospital the following morning

Elias Madzivanzira(Kahari), Shamva 11 May Elias was fatally assaulted with an axe together with his wife Erica, the wife survived, the people who murdered Elias are known by the family members

Ratidzai Dzenga, Muzarabani 01 April She was pregnant and was heavily assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths. She lost her baby during the attack and was denied medical attention. She bled to death.

Abia Nyakudya , Mount Darwin 11 May Was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youth and war vets at his home. He was heavily assaulted before they took him to their base were he was subjected to further heavy beating and torture. He died soon after being released.

One of the victims of the horrific 2008 election violence perpetrated by state agents against MDC activists.

Gloria Mukaiwa, Centenary She was heavily assaulted by suspected ZANU (PF) youths and died after the attack.

Cain Nyevhe Murehwa , 14 May Cain Nyevhe, Godfrey Kauzani and Better Chokorurama were going to Murehwa when the car they were traveling in was intercepted 10km from Murehwa, by two double twin cab trucks that had no registration number plates. One truck blocked them from the front and the other from the rear. The assailants then smashed the windows of the deceaseds car and grabbed them out. They were bundled two in each of the trucks, Better Chokururamas body was found dumped along Chivake river the following morning and the other two Godfrey Kauzani and Cain Nyevhes badly mutilated bodies were found on 17 May dumped in a bush in Goromonzi district near Juru growth point.

Tonderai Ndira , Harare Mabvuku May Was abducted from his home in Mabvuku (Chizhanje) by an armed gang and was found dead in the Goromonzi area

Manyuke Nyamukapa , Murehwa 20 May Abducted and later found dead

Rosemary Maramba, UMP 20 May Abducted and later found dead

Action Nyadedzi , UMP 20 May Abducted and later found dead

Chitsungo (Headman) , UMP 20 May Abducted and later found dead Shepard Jani , Murehwa 20 May Abducted and later found dead Fushirai Dofo, , Mazowe 10 May He was a grinding meal attendant and was assaulted on the pre-text that he was charging very high prices. He was so badly injured that he was admitted at Howard Hospital, where he died.

Taurai Matanda, Buhera 24 May He was shot by suspected soldiers at Murambinda growth point. The suspected soldiers gave people some orders and when they refused to obey them, they started to shoot indiscriminately. Taurai was allegedly shot by Taurai Svosve Mupindu.

Edson Zaya , Shamva 16 May He assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war vets on May 16 at Chidembo Shopping Centre in Shamva he was badly injured and died shortly after the assault on the same day

Besta Bakari Shamva 16 May He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths at Stordart Farm. They assaulted him until he passed away.

Phanuel Mubaira, Mt Darwin 19 May He and other six MDC supporters were abducted and taken to Sanye Base on May 18. They were assaulted through the night and released the following day on the 19th. On their way Phanuel passed out and died before reaching home.

Edna Lunga, Kwekwe 11 April She was abducted and assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths at Chiguwune Shopping Centre on April 11. They locked her in a room at the shopping centre and made a fire outside. They then started burning her with plastic all over the body and in the mouth; she died during the torture and was carried to her home, where his husband was ordered to bury her immediately.

Marera (teacher), Mutoko 15 April He was a teacher at Chimurenga School. He was abducted on the night of April 15, by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and some army members, and he was beaten to death soon after abduction.

Wiseman Tapera, Mutoko 08 April He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war vets on April 8 at Kanye Shopping centre in Mutoko. He was badly injured and died shortly after the assault on the same day.

Lever Katsande, Mudzi 27 April He was abducted and beaten to death by suspected Zanu (PF) members

Gibson Nyandoro, Zvimba (Norton) May Was abducted and later found dead.

Mariseni Kasambarare, UMP 13 May Killed by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters

Norman Mabhoyi, UMP 28 May Killed by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters

Matonganhau, Mutoko 20 May Killed by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters

Tafadzwa Meza, Mudzi 01 June He was driving his fathers lorry in the evening and was followed by people in a blue truck. They shot him whilst driving but did not die. He continued driving and he took a side road into a bush and they followed him. His companions jumped of the lorry and ran away but Tafadzwa was injured and could not run, so he was just able to get out from the lorry and hide in the bush. When the murderers got to the lorry they set it on fire and thats when they saw him hiding, they took him away and was found dead the following morning. His body dumped at Nyadire river in Nyamanyora area.

Washington Nyanga, Zaka04 June They were at the MDC offices at Jerera growth point, where they were sleeping. Suspected soldiers came at around 3.am and attacked the offices. They fired guns into the small building and then poured petrol inside and outside the building and set it alight. He died inside the building.

Chrison Mbano, Zaka 04 June They were at the MDC office at Jerera growth point, where they were sleeping. Suspected soldiers came at around 3.am and attacked the offices. They fired guns into the small building and then poured petrol inside and outside the building and set it alight. He died inside the building.

Owen Hativagone, Marondera 16 May Was abducted by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters. They tied and suspended a brick to his testicles for two days after which he passed out and died.

Shepard Cheu Mutoko, 03 June He was the headmaster of Katsukunye School who was abducted and found dead after three days. His body was dumped at Rukanda shops near Mutoko centre. His genital had been removed.

Bloke Kanyemba, Harare 5 June He was abducted by suspected Chipangano Zanu (PF) gang in Mbare. They assaulted him at their office in Magamba and it is reported that after the assault his body was found dumped along Mukuvisi river

Mabika Mudzinga, Bikita June 09 He and Leonard Mhete of chigumisirwa village in Bikita East were murdered by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters as they tried to defend attacks from this group at their homesteads.

Daniel Nhende, Harare 08 June Was taken by suspected Zanu (PF) youths from his home and they assaulted him until he died.

Delite Mushonga, Harare 08 June Was beaten up by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters and suffered brain damage he died in hospital a day later

Farai Gambe, Rusape 15 June He was shot by a suspected soldier at close range because he was an MDC member

Dadirai Chipiro, Mhondoro 8 June A suspected Zanu (PF) gang came to her home looking for her husband Chipiro, who is an MDC activist and chairperson for the area. When they did not find him they then started beating her, chopping off her hand and both feet. They threw her inside her hut and set it alight using a petrol bomb. She was burnt to death.

Simba Chikova, Zaka 13 June Was taken by Zanu (PF) from his home taken to their base where he was assaulted until he died they dumped the body near his school

Elliot Machipisa ZESN observer, Hurungwe 17 June Was attacked by suspected Zanu pf youths at his home. They dragged him to a bush near his homestead and killed him there

Morgan Chishamba, Harare 19 June He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in Waterfalls. He sustained serious injuries and died the following day in hospital

Sophia Chingozho, Buhera 19 June Was beaten whilst attending a relatives funeral in Buhera. Accused of being from Harare. Later died in hospital.

Abigail Chiroto, Harare 19 June She was the wife of the Mayor elect. She was abducted with her 4 year old child from their home. The child was dumped at Borrowdale Police Station. The body was dumped in Hatcliffe.

Mutombeni Douglas, Masvingo 19 June Was abducted and his body found dumped the following day.

Simbarashe Chikomba, Masvingo 19 June He was attacked at his home by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in the Eagles Nest area on night 25 June and he died.

Tinos Makwanya, Masvingo 19 June Was abducted and his body was found dumped the following day

Kenias Dube, Masvingo 19 June Was abducted and his body was found dumped the following day

Stanford mapuranga, Masvingo 19 June Was abducted and his body was found dumped the following day

Simba Magetsi, Gokwe 19 June He was taken at gun point from his home; his body was discovered close to his home the following morning.

John Luke, Gokwe 19 June He was taken at gun point from his home, his body was discovered close to his home the following morning.

Yuanta Jenti, Chitungwiza 19 June He was in a group staying at MDC councillor elect Chipiyos house guarding it when they were attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and they managed to repel them. The suspected Zanu (PF) youths came back accompanied by suspected state agents with vehicles and guns. They took the MDC youths at gun point and their bodies were found dead the following morning.

Archford Chipiyo, Chitungwiza 19 June He was in a group staying at MDC councillor elect Chipiyos house guarding it. They were attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and managed to repel them. They came back accompanied by suspected state agents with vehicles and guns. They took the MDC youths at gun point and their bodies were found dead the following morning.

Ngoni Knight, Chitungwiza 19 June He was in a group staying at MDC councillor elect Chipiyos house guarding it. They were attacked by Zanu (PF) youths and managed to repel them. They came back accompanied by state agents with vehicles and guns. They took the MDC youths at gun point and their bodies were found dead the following morning.

Tyson, Chitungwiza 19 June He was in a group staying at MDC councillor elect Chipiyos house guarding it. They were attacked by Zanu (PF) youths and managed to repel them. They came back accompanied by state agents with vehicles and guns. They took the MDC youths at gun point and their bodies were found dead the following morning.

Gibs Chironga, Mazowe 20 June Was shot by suspected Zanu (PF) militia at his home

Madamombe, Mazowe 20 June Was shot by suspected Zanu (PF) militia at his home on

Stanley Mapuranga, Mwenezi 23 June He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters in trucks, who were celebrating Tsvangirais withdrawal from the presidential run-off. He was beaten by these mobs at Maranda village

John Dube, Mwenezi 23 June He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters in trucks, who were celebrating Tsvangirais withdrawal from the presidential run-off. He was beaten by these mobs at Maranda village

Robert Ziyengwa, Makoni 25 June Ziyengwa and wife were assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths who were accompanied by suspected state security agents from Rusape. They all died during the assault.

Mrs. Ziyengwa(wife of Robert), Makoni 25 June Ziyengwa and wife were assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths who were accompanied by suspected state security agents from Rusape. They all died during the assault.

Masitafundikera Gumura, Makoni 25 June Gumura was attacked at his home by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in the eagles nest area on night 25 June and he died

Aquiline Sanzvengwa gumura,Makoni 28 June Mrs. Gumura was also assaulted the same night as her husband. She was admitted to Rusape general hospital where she died because of the injuries.

Sandors Mandizha, Makoni 25 June Sandors Mandizha was assaulted by a gang of suspected Zanu (PF) and CIO members. He died during the attack.

Taurai Zimbodza , Makoni 27 June They were attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters and some suspected state agents. The suspected Zanu (PF) supporters used barbed wire to pull Taurais intestines out and he died instantly. Two of his brothers Abel and Stanly were seriously injured.

Frances Phiri , Mashava July He was beaten to death by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters at the mine compound and these suspected Zanu (PF) militia are reported to have come from the rural areas of Chivi.

Daniel Gumbo , Gokwe July Suspected local Zanu (PF) youths attacked Daniel at his home and beat him to death.

Dickson Sibanda , Buhera 3 July Murdered by suspected armed war veterans and youths militia at 2200hrs at his home. He had paid a goat as a fine for supporting the MDC and had earlier on during the day paid a goat as a fine for supporting the MDC.

Maxwell Machasi , Buhera 6 July Murdered by suspected armed war veterans and Zanu (PF) youths in Mararakuenda village Chief Nyashanu

Joshua Bakacheza , Harare 25 June Abducted by suspected state agents on 25 June , whilst transporting the widow of Tonderai Ndira from Mabvuku to a safe place. He was found dead ten days later at a farm outside Harare.

Irene Runzirwai , Harare 7 July Died in hospital in Harare from injuries sustained after she had been assaulted, raped and thrown in a big fire. She sustained 30% burns

Alex Kazembe , Makoni 6 July Alex died at Dekeya village after severe assaults by suspected Zanu (PF) youths at Nyazura river

Method Chabuka, Makoni 06 July He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youth on the 26 June. He lost a lot of blood and died from the injuries.

Gift Mutsvungunu, Harare 12 July His body was found decomposing in Kuwadzanas Harare suburb. He was reported missing on July 12 after he had been abducted by suspected State security agents in army uniform.

Livingstone Dzenga, UMP July He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and militia and he was admitted into hospital where he died a few days later.

Zvidzai Mapurisa, Masvingo 24 April He was murdered by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and militia at his home at around 12 midnight at village 21 Gunikuni area, Masvingo

Solomon Bote, Makoni 17 April He was beaten to death by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and militia in ward 22 Musikavanu village

Clemence Dube, Shuringwi 28 April He was a polling agent during the March 29 election. He was beaten to death by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and supporters

Gilbert Nyagupe, Mudzi 27 April Was axed to death by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and militia at Nyagupe village

David Machiwa Mapuranga, Mazowe 05 May They were beaten to death by men in army uniform allegedly led by Major Kairo Mhandu and Major Maravadza

Arthur Matombo , Mazowe 05 May They were beaten to death by men in army uniform allegedly led by Major Kairo Mhandu and Major Maravadza

Partson Mudzuramhende, Mazowe 05 May They were beaten to death by men in army uniform allegedly led by Major Kairo Mhandu and Major Maravadza

Jeff Jemedze, Mazowe 05 May They were beaten to death by men in army uniform allegedly led by Major Kairo Mhandu and Major Maravadza

Tonderai Zireni (3 years old), Mutare 08 May Was burnt to death after suspected Zanu (PF) youths set fire on the hut in which he was sleeping, in Zimunya Mutare.

Isaac Danda, Gokwe 08 May He was stabbed to death by suspected Zanu (PF) youths allegedly led by Major Moyo at Nembudziya.

Musafare Mudimu, UMP 10 May He was assaulted to death by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in Uzumba

Karombe Benson Chipungu, UMP 10 May He was beaten to death by suspected Zanu (PF) youth in UMP

R. Gomwe, Gokwe 10 May He was struck by an axe leading to his death at Nembudziya in Gokwe by a group allegedly led by Major Moyo

Ruth Mushayahembe, UMP 10 May She was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths.

Sam Kahari, Shamva 11 May He was dragged out of his bed at his home while asleep by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war veterans who then assaulted him leading to his death that same day.

Remember Kanyembe, Mazowe 11 May He was abducted by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters. They allegedly poisoned him, leading to his death.

Brighton Mufuriro, Mt Darwin 12 May Was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war vets at his home. He was heavily assaulted before they took him to their base were he was subjected to further heavy beating and torture. He died soon after.

Sairiro Kamufuta, Mt Darwin 13 May Was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war vets at his home. He was heavily assaulted before they took him to their base were he was subjected to further heavy beating and torture. He died soon after.

Choukuse Nyoka Mubango, Buhera 17 May He was axed to death by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters, in full view of his wife and five children. A truck used by Zanu (PF)s losing MP Joseph Chinotimba was allegedly used in the attack

Tafirenyika Kapfudza, UMP 21 May A head man in Sanzu village was murdered by suspected Zanu (PF) militia Douglas Muitesa and Costain Musariri

Kidwell, Shamva 27 May He was assaulted in front of his wife Lucia Mukaru and three children and sustained life threatening injuries

Leonard Mhete , Bikita 11 June He was murdered by suspected Zanu (PF) hooligans as they tried to defend attacks from the group at his homestead

Tiziro Moyo , Masvingo 11 June Was murdered by a group of suspected Zanu (PF) supporters during the night

Mirai Zvidzai, Masvingo 11 June Was murdered by a group of suspected Zanu (PF) supporters during the night

Chenjerai Kahari, Bindura 11 June Was shot dead at 7 pm by suspected Zanu (PF) militia, who had mistaken him for his brother, who is an MDC councillor in the area

Roderick Mukova, Masvingo 11 June He died from injuries he sustained following an attack from suspected Zanu (PF) thugs

Kennias Artwell Bvekerwa, Chipinge 13 June Was severely attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) thugs allegedly led by one Chikumba. The attack led to his death at Mapfumise Secondary school in the Clearwater area

Francis Zihwihwi, Gutu 21 June Was shot to death allegedly by Madamombe the Husband to Zanu pf politician Shuvai Mahofa who is the losing candidate for Gutu South.

Singende, Gutu 21 June He was taken from his home in Masvingise village in Gutu by a group of suspected Zanu (PF) militia and was taken to their base where it is said that they pulled his testicles until he died.

Godfrey Mashaka, Mhondoro 21 June He was abducted by suspected Zanu (PF) militia and taken to their base in Gudo growth point where they beat him to death. It is alleged that Forbes Mhembere and Beauty Kunaka led the militia.

Chrispen Chijeke, Murehwa 27 June He was murdered at his homestead by a group of suspected Zanu (PF) thugs. He died on the spot in front of his family.

Darlington Chingombe, Chirumanzu 27 June He died from injuries he sustained from severe beatings on the hands of suspected Zanu (PF) thugs.

Gift Tavengwa, Chiweshe 30 June He was beaten by suspected Zanu (PF) militia in front of his family

Hama Chironga, Chiweshe 30 June He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) thugs and died

Nguwani Madamombe, Headlands 30 June He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) thugs, and he died after suffering from brain damage.

Taurai Kamuchira, Headlands 30 June He was beaten by suspected Zanu (PF) militia in front of his family

Kudakwashe Majongosi, Chirumanzu 30 June He was murdered by men allegedly driving an army vehicle.

Lewis Musiwa, Chiweshe Died from injuries after attacks by suspected Zanu (PF) youths militia

Hama Ngawani, Chiweshe 02 July Died from injuries after attacks by suspected Zanu (PF) youths militia

Tawenga Gibbs, Chiweshe 30 June Died from injuries after attacks by suspected Zanu (PF) youths militia

Munoda Mushaike, Guruve 02 July He was beaten by suspected Zanu (PF) militia in front of his family

Amos moyounotsva, Chitungwiza 02 July He was beaten by suspected Zanu (PF) militia in Chitungwiza

Maxwell Marangwenda, Buhera 05 July He was beaten by suspected Zanu (PF) militia at Bika school in Buhera

Takawira Muzondiwa , Mberengwa 05 July He was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) thugs, and he died after suffering from brain damage in hospital.

Mark Chiraradza, Mt Darwin 05 July He was beaten with logs and sticks and he died on the spot

Cripen Chomusoro Chigaga, Mhondoro 05 July He died after he was beaten on the 22 June

Reuben mute we, Buhera 05 July He was allegedly assaulted by paratroopers Patrick Chimbare, Funny Mambare and Enos Chimbare.

Gwindiri mutadza, Mudzi 08 July Gwindiri was allegedly assaulted by Peter Nyakuba and Aquiline Katsande.

Manomano Ndahwi, Gokwe 28 June He was taken by suspected Zanu (PF) youths on 27 June around 6pm from his home. Three men with wood logs took him to the village cemetery where a group of more than twenty other suspected Zanu (PF) youths assaulted him all over the body. They took his body to his home and dumped it on his bed. And stole his property that included 800 kgs of maize grain. His wife Eustina and their son escaped and where not hammed.

Emmanuel Nyapfungwe, Buhera 20 July They were abducted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) allegedly led by Col Mzlikazi and other suspected army members. They were taken to Murambinda base where they were assaulted until they all died.

Chris Makanyisa, Buhera 20 July They were abducted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) allegedly led by Col Mzlikazi and other suspected army members. They were taken to Murambinda base where they were assaulted until they all died.

Albert Masuku, Buhera 20 July They were abducted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) allegedly led by Col Mzlikazi and other suspected army members. They were taken to Murambinda base where they were assaulted until they all died.

Trymore Sabira, Buhera 20 July They were abducted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) allegedly led by Col Mzlikazi and other suspected army members. They were taken to Murambinda base where they were assaulted until they all died.

Pepukai Maangira, Buhera 20 July They were abducted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) allegedly led by Col Mzlikazi and other suspected army members. They were taken to Murambinda base where they were assaulted until they all died.

Phenias Chirozva, Buhera 20 July They were abducted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) allegedly led by Col Mzlikazi and other suspected army members. They were taken to Murambinda base where they were assaulted until they all died.

Kingswell Muteta, Mudzi 25 July He was a serving member of the ZRP based in Harare. His mother-in-law passed away after being assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in Mudzi in May . When he thought the situation had normalised he went to Mudzi to convey his condolences. His mother had previously been assaulted by the same gang for attending her sons in-laws funeral. He was accused of going to an enemys home and about twenty suspected militia abducted him and was taken to Chimukoko base where he was assaulted. He was taken to Kotwa hospital on 18 July and was subsequently transferred to Harare where he died on the 25th of July at the Avenues Clinic.

Fungisai Ziome, Glendale 26 July She was taken from home by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters on the 23rd July , her mutilated body was found in the area on 26 July

David Kundishora, Marondera 07 July They were forced to drink poison allegedly by colonel Muchanganya and they died at the base

Nyarai Kundishora, Marondera 07 July They were forced to drink poison allegedly by colonel Muchanganya and they died at the base

Runyararo Mugauri, Harare 09 August She was attacked by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in July and was admitted to hospital, she never recovered from the injuries.

Calisto Tsvangirai Gokwe 09 August Died from injuries after attacks by suspected Zanu (PF) youths militia

Martha Tembedze, Marondera 23 August Martha was badly assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters and some suspected state agents before the June 27 election at village 17 Twoboy resettlement area in svosve Marondera East. She was dumped in a dam when they thought she was dead. She, however, was rescued and survived. She has been nursing the wounds for quite some time and unfortunately succumbed to the injuries on the 23 august

Maridha Mazambara, Bikita June The two people Maridha and Joseph were MDC activists. Their luck ran out when they were captured by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and State agents in the Makonde Mountains and dragged to Chikuku township torture base where they were assaulted until they died

Joseph Madondo, Bikita June The two people Maridha and Joseph were MDC activists. Their luck ran out when they were captured by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and State agents in the Makonde Mountains and dragged to Chi kuku township torture base where they were assaulted until they died

Maxwell Magoche Ongodiwa, Hurungwe 06 August He was assaulted during the campaign for the June 27, election. The people suspected to have attacked him are L Chikede, A Binda, C Chatyora, N Marumahoko and N Ndlovu. Maxwell sustained a fractured rib that punctured his liver he succumbed to the wounds and died on August 6, .

Anna Chetse, Marondera 14 August She was poisoned in Marondera at a suspected Zanu (PF) base in May . she was admitted in hospital were she remained until she died

Justice Gundumura, Chimanimani 28 August Was shot on the leg in June and had the leg amputated. He was detained at Mutare remand prison on his discharged from hospital. He died in prison on 16 August .

Ennet Chiremba, Buhera 16 August Ennet Chiremba (78) was allegedly brutally attacked by Amon Chamahwinya and Philip Gundumwa August .

Chokuse Mupango, Buhera 16 April Chokuse Mupango was killed on 16 April by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters and state agents. His body was taken to Birchnough bridge mortuary for a post mortem. It stayed for four months, police from Mutiusinazita station ordered his relative to dig gravy for him on 15 august . The police took his body for burial. He was buried on arrival. Only his wife and children were allowed to attend his burial

Marita Mazungu, Gokwe Marita was assaulted by a group suspected to be Zanu (PF) and was badly injured. She was taken to Gokwe hospital the same day but the doctors there refused to treat her and she went back home and died two weeks later.

Maggie Chidhakwa, Mutoko Maggie Chidhakwa was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths and war vets in Mutoko on May 24. She incurred body and head injuries and was admitted to hospital on May 24 and spent three months receiving treatment, nursing fractured legs. She unfortunately started losing memory due to her severe head injuries and passed away on 9 September .

Titues Goho, Muzarabani 18 June Titus was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths at his home whilst his wife and children watched. He died on the spot as a result of the heavy assault. His wife was also assaulted and suffered severe injuries she was in hospital for about three months.

Gono Karuru, Hurungwe 18 June He was assaulted and died from the injuries sustained. He was allegedly assaulted by Jawet Kazangara, Peter Madamombe, (ZNA) and Madhuveko (DEO)

Chamba (Mr. ) , Gutu 18 June Was killed by suspected state agents on 18 June

Chirairo (Mr.), Gutu 17 June Chiraro was killed by suspected Zanu (PF) youths accompanied by suspected army members on 17 June in ward 27 Nemakonde areas, Gutu.

Chahamba (Mr.), Gutu 18 June Was killed by state agents on 18 June

Fischer Chitese, Mt Darwin 13 May He was attacked at his home by a mob of suspected Zanu (PF) supporters organized and funded allegedly by Xavier Kasukuwere. After thoroughly assaulting him they dragged him to their base where he was subjected to further assaults and torture. He died on his way home from the base.

Catharine Makwenjere, Masvingo rural 29 April Suspected Zanu (PF) supporters accompanied by suspected members of the army approached Catharine at her home and asked her why she had voted for the MDC. They assaulted her heavily with booted feet and all sort of weapons. Villagers took her to Morgenster Hospital but unfortunately died on arrival.

Moses Mpezeni, Mutoko 02 June He was abducted on June 1 by suspected Zanu (PF) youths. They severely assaulted him at his home and he fainted they then dragged him to a local borehole, where they poured enough water to resuscitate him. They took him to their base after a thorough beating at the borehole. They continued to beat him at Domborinembiri school where they finally killed him. They kept the body for two days before handing over to the relatives for burial.

Lameck Chido Gokwe North He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) militia in June .Was badly injured and succumbed to the injuries in October.

Biggie Chikazamba, Gokwe North 21 October He died as a result of attacks by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in late before 27 June

Simon Ngaaone Maunganidze, Chipinge 30 October He was a fairly old man who was beaten by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in May .He was initially admitted in hospital and he never fully recovered from the wounds. He finally died in October.

Edward Pfukwa, Murehwa 17 June He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths on the night of 17 June at his home in Murehwa south. He died during the assault, and a suspected local Zanu (PF) councillor ordered the people not to bury him. He was only buried on the 26th of June

Eliphas Mutombeni, Zvishavani 14 June He was assaulted by suspected Zanu (PF) youths at his home whilst his wife and children watched he died on the spot as a result of the heavy assault. His wife was also assaulted and suffered severe injuries. She was in hospital for about three months.

Francis Chuma, Matombo 28 April War vets and Zanu (PF) youths raided his home in the early hours of the day. They assaulted him using hands and booted feet and other weapons. He died during the assault.

Davison Mandebvu, Gokwe 25 October Davison was heavily assaulted by a suspected Zanu (PF) activist known as Ushe on 24 June Ushe attacked Davison using booted feet and fists until Davison collapsed though he was taken to hospital he died on October 25 . He was buried in Zvishavani.

Alloys Chandisareva, Murehwa 8 November He was an MDC Councillor in ward 16 Murehwa district. A group of unknown men allegedly accompanied by state agents surrounded his home at night and then pulled him out of his house and started assaulting him. His body was found mutilated the following morning.

Felix Gwafa, Gutu December He was a UZ student who was allegedly poisoned at the funeral of Mukudzei Madondo, his relatives alleges his beer was laced with poison by a suspected Zanu (PF) activist called Chitofu.

Leonard Mhete, Bikita 11 June He was murdered by suspected Zanu (PF) supporters as he tried to defend attacks from the group at his homestead.

Laison Nyndoro, Mt Darwin He was assaulted allegedly by Denis chipiro, Godfrey Karachi, Edmore Kadowa and Jeke Foki Reported in Bindura

MORE VICTIMS RELEASED

Imprisoned in their homes

In ward 11 Chure village, three years after the signing of the Global Political Agreement, survivors of political violence are still living in captivity.

27.07.1111:42am  .the zimbabwean.co.uk

 
Martha Matashu (not real name) lost her husband to political violence on 29 May 2008 when he was assaulted at his home. Three days before the assault, Matashu’s husband had been severely assaulted at a base at Kachombo business centre where he and his wife were forced to surrender their MDC membership.Three years later on, in a Zimbabwe which celebrated 31 years of independence from colonialism, Matashu cannot leave her home, receive visitors or make any contact with people without informing the Zanu (PF) ward chairman of her movements.

18 people were killed in Uzumba, Maramba and Pfungwe during the 2008 election violence. Horrendous narratives of brutality were mainly reported in Pfungwe. An assessment by Heal Zimbabwe revealed that the communities are still in a state of hostage and the high sounding wishes and promises contained in the Global Political Agreement remain a pipe dream. It is not a coincidence that the notorious army General, Douglas Nyikayaramba and the dreaded Zimbabwe Prisons Commissioner Paradzai Zimondi hail from this part of Zimbabwe.

Two women, Grace Chari and Stella Karimatsande were gruesomely murdered in Uzumba and Pfungwe respectively when the perpetrators failed to locate their husbands. These gruesome acts were also reported in other areas where women were used as bait to get to the husband. Close to ten women were allegedly sexually harassed by a member of the uniformed force identified as Claudius Mashoko who was stationed in Pfungwe under the Maguta project. In spite of the undertaking by Government through article xviii of the Global Political Agreement to expedite the prosecution of perpetrators of violence, Claudius Mashoko is yet to face prosecution and the survivors of the violence continue to face further harassment.

Villagers in the strictest confidence and most secretive of disclosures narrate how in Pfungwe at one of the bases close to Museka primary school everyone was forced to attend the night vigils with suspected MDC supporters being assaulted in front of everyone as a way of “teaching them a lesson”.

Can elections be possible under these conditions? With communities so traumatized, can they freely participate in an election and celebrate the freedom and independence to elect leaders of their choice? Can we not change the mentality of our leaders and their political parties to realize that power resides in the ordinary citizens of this country?

 

political parties of Zimbabwe are build on a queen bee system.

queen bee

queen bee system

i have discovered that politics of Zimbabwe is build on a queen bee system. When the queen be is dead then thus the collapse of that political party, see with a satellite view. I have seen every party is centrism on a name not principals and values as it is supposed to. Also i have seen that all the people are stereotyped to this system.. until i will go to introduce real democracy and what a politician is. A politician is a servant to the govt and the people whom he is serving.. at moment in Zimbabwe the political parties are just names but the reallity is the names which those parties are bearing.. we had , Muzorewa, Sithole, Joshua Nkomo, Mugabe, Tsvangirai, Mutambara/Nncube , Dabengwa, makoni and finally Job Wiwa. Iin each  political partiy if you do not support the name bearer then you will not achieve anything in that political party.  Please Zimbabweans lets make political parties with no name bearers but political parties with principals. These name bearers indicate the autocracy we are fighting for. All Zimbabwean political parties are autocratic orientated at moment, i remember in the split of mdc.. it was an issue of not following a name bearer hence  Mutambara, Wiwa Sikhala, and Tsvangirai. As we need in Zimbabwe we haven’t reached the level of the definition of politics yet hence violence will never stop. This is the case with all African states, the action of heroism and autocracy is the center in the African politics hence killing our cultural values, moral and economical development.  Africa will never come out of third world-ism if this system is not changed and analysed.

by Martin Chinyanga Da William on Sunday, July 17, 2011 at 4:07pm
 

EGYPT WAY OR THE MO-BOUAZIZI EFFECT

EGYPT WAY OR THE MO-BOUAZIZI EFFECT still premature to happen in Zimbabwe according to statistics carried in social networks unless mobilization is commanded.

It shows that people of Zimbabwe are not ready for a true revolution, as I asked a lot on, Face book and Twitter. It showed that people are still reluctant to stage this stamina, so called MO-BOUAZIZI EFFECT– named after Mohamed Bouazizi, who set himself on fire when police seized his grocery cart – sparking the Tunisian riots.  This system proves to be the right way for Africans to conquer democracy, rather than the electoral system practiced by the westerners and Europeans.
As Munyaradzi Gwisai former MP for High field in Harare was arrested, the people would also have reacted with anger doing a follow up into inciting the demonstrations against human rights violent in Zimbabwe. Sources say even the MDC leaders are not taking action into this unwanted arrest of Gwisai. It is found that Gwisai was going to or is going be the centre of this initiation, as it triggered, internet mails calling up for a mass demonstration.
The campaigns launched over email and through the social networking websites, Facebook and Twitter, encourage Zimbabweans to hold peaceful marches calling for Mugabe to step down. Some people on face book were surprised by the NEGATIVE reaction of Zimbabweans towards this national demonstration and others were passing negative comments
1.      T. Mdziva ‘’Wat is surprising me is even the ones we thought were on our side are behaving the zanu way. Looks like Makone has been absorbed into this egocentric and corrupt system. Beware of these goons makone they will swallow u and when it happens we the people who put u their wont be on your side!’’
2.      Clement Museka’’ Bcoz pple in Zimbabwe are realists nd knw tht messing w Bob is not worth it. They r nt as vibrant as the foreign media portrays them to b cz they tried it b4 nd it was a bloodbath…’’
3.      Patience Mushunje ‘’@clement,u vry right,taurai zvimwe zvese asi mosiya zvaMUGABE kana muchda kuchembera zvakanaka.’’
4.      Terrence Mhlope ‘’I don’t appreciate being directed by armchair strategists, who signal commands from afar, what do you know about whats really happening in Zimbabwe. You possess limited understanding of the environment we are living in, frankly no one really wants to go through the run off experiences again, this is actually setting back a national healing process that was gradually gaining momentum. We all know that civil wars are preceded by such upraises, we have an atmosphere thats really ripe for that. With plenty plus parties that have plenty plus faction, it’s a sure receipe for disastor I tell you…’’
The cases above shows that most Zimbabweans are afraid of the action which can be taken by Mugabe, believed to be more than what Gaddafi is doing. Tunisians and Egyptians are people who have shown unity towards the removal of democracy in the Egyptian way because they believe in JIHAD and are more patriotic than the southern Africa people.  I have also received personal threats in the form of advices on why l point Mugabe as the destroyer of democracy in Zimbabwe, and to why I give speeches at the Zimvigil LONDON in some occasions.  I was told that this creates enemies with many and that it will be difficult WHEN I want to go to Zimbabwe.
Recently l attended an exhibition with the Amnesty international London 0n 21st February 2011, where the Zimbabwean human rights NGO forum was showing pictures of tortured victims in 2008 elections runoff.  The turn out of the Zimbabwean community was very low and Okay Machisa director of this organisation was so surprised on why Zimbabweans lake the patriotic stamina to participate on such events, although a campaign had been launched at the Zimvigil London to do demonstrations on the birth day of Robert Mugabe.  l was so touched and hate with these images and most of the human rights activists were talking on possible ways of how this torture and violence can end. Many people were in agreeing to the removal of the regime but knew that a valued care was needed to avoid blood shed.
How the mission is going to be a success
It shows that Zimbabweans are still 1000light years away from the Egypt way, unless a powerful campaign is launched.  Zimbabweans still needs more mobilizations, to remove the stigma caused by traumas of the liberation struggles wars in 1975-1980 and violence of 2008.
Many activist organisations were launched including Zimbabwe Million Citizen March, which calls for a mass protest next Tuesday on the 1st march 2011 under the theme ‘Power in numbers to remove dictatorship’. At the same time, the ‘Mugabe Must Go’ campaign is also calling for peaceful marches. Dr.Seth Menoi of the ZIMBABWE MILLION CITIZEN MARCH, says ‘’Zimbabweans need to protest to demand the End of The 31-year Rule By the Iron-Fisted and Corrupt Dictator Robert Mugabe. Zimbabweans will hold mass protests in Harare to demand the end of the 31-year rule of the iron-fisted and corrupt dictator Robert Mugabe. Also a rally has been organised for the 26th of March 2011 in London by the Zimbabwe Diaspora Focus Group Human Rights portfolio UK. Other human rights activist groups launched on face book includes Ngachitsve! kayiqale! Movement ” POVO YARAMBA ZVE ZANU-PF’ which is being co-ordinated by Martin Chinyanga also a coordinator with the Zimbabwe Diaspora Focus Group Human Rights portfolio UK. His face book group is boosting this campaign giving daily information to interested Zimbabweans. The group is also calling for members of the ZRP, National Army and MPs including Zimbabwe diplomats to step forward and unite with the public in these demonstrations. The group designed some strategies and rules to make the march a success, as the regime is going to be well prepared for this event, thou the people are going to do peaceful demonstrations; the regime will do everything to stop the people.
Rules
a. NO LOOTING IS ALLOWED, ANYONE FOUND LOOTING IS A SELLOUT, AND IS ONE OF THE C10
b. please  lie down take cover when they shoot
c. please bring bandages and first aid kit, 
d. come with wet towels and bottles of water, to cover for teargas.
 e. please wear hard leather cotton ,doubled or tripled  clothing, if you have a bullet-proof , put on.
 f. when some one is being attacked lets go to help, unless it’s genuine arrest by police.
 g. listen to instructions, do not sing when orders are in place. put your phone on, and sent immediate messages to the numbers of BBC,SKY news, Al Jazeera , sw radio etc… Please twitte every 30minutes.
 h. carry  2 bags 1 fill of pebbles and the other with water, and lunch, carry more chocolates.
 i. please no one must go to work , especially those that work for the Gvt.. Only nurses to attended for patience.. 
j. please dismissal of march ,until Mugabe must go!, people will not return to houses, please this is a revolution for all oppressed Zimbabweans….(inga you sleep at makombe building waiting for passports..what about this your life.!)
Regime Strategies.
1. They will attack any 3 people near the meeting points
2. They are going to impose a curfew
3. They will sent polite angels to spread the word, of peace, yet they will be c10 in sheep’s skins, send to spread propaganda of defending the regime. They will speak with sweet tongue, and discourage, and discourage .., you know what l mean.
4.they will sent the army to come as rural areas duellers, who will come in hired buses as rural duellers and loyal supporters of Mugabe, this way the soldiers wearing overalls and tattered clothes will attack , please do not revenge for they will use all their karate, and kick boxers on you. ASLO they will send the youth militia.
5.The Regime media and Munangagwa shall come talking like what GADDAFI  SAID days ago, THAT I WILL DIE A MATRYER, I WILL NOT LEAVE ZIMBAWE, ANY PERSON FOUND WILL BE KILLED. Please do not listen to this, this is total lies… see this UN CONVENTION ACT1977. PART IV: CIVILIAN POPULATION
Section 1: General Protection against Effects of Hostilities
 Article 48: Basic Rule.
 In order to ensure respect for and protection of the civilian population and civilian objects, the Parties to the conflict shall at all times distinguish between the civilian population and combatants and between civilian objects and military objectives and accordingly shall direct their operations only against military objectives., 
6. ALWAYS RUN WERE THERE IS SAFTY, AVOID STAMPEDE, DO NOT BE AFRAID OF THEM BEATING, USE STONES AND INDOCKU, please buy as much petrol as possible to fabricate petrol bombs,  
please do not sleep in your house, when the event starts, please always listen to instructions and try to sent me your mobile number so up dates are always available, also record any incidents
some thinks will be automatic as , the march will be in place,
 

Martin Chinyanga a Human Right activist giving a speech  MUGABE MUST GO! at zimvigil  Saturday 19/02/11

 
7.make as hand made weapons as possible,, eg catapults, petrol bombs, do not  just run away as you will panic for nothing be  fighters of the revolution.

 Mohamed Bouazizi who set himself on fire when police seized his grocery cart  sparking the Tunisian riots  is pictured receiving a visit from former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali on December 28 He later died
 

tsvangirai is a barrier to the EGYPT WAY/ revolution in ZIMBABWE

In radioactivity.. where particles are radiated as x-rays because of in balance of the masses in the atom, is a spontaneous process ..and i know that a spontaneous process is unstoppable…… now you can see in Zimbabwe , radioactivity is just at low doses because of the generals and tyranny are using tsvangirai as a lead(Pd)/ congreate barrier thereby stopping the presence of radioactive contamination in them…i mean tsvangirai is used as an instrument by the present regime to protect them.. yet the spontaneous reactions of the nucleus is already in progress.. if we remove the shielding of tsvangirai.. egypt way will just erupt like volcano. .. so we need to ignite the people of zimbabwe and we make natural nuclear reactors which will be uncontrollable like the Chernobyl disaster

Zimbaweans are waiting to hear the go ahead from their leader  cde Tsvangirai to empower themselves with democracy. It is well understood that the election system won’t solve anything in Zimbabwe, only the Egypt way  revolution style can now only save Zimbabwens from the dark nights of vimpires called c10. We are blaming Tsvangirai because he is the one with the people ‘s trust and he is the one who can lead people in to this system. Yes we can see the GNU gvt is just a name and all the mdc ministers are used as puppets, they do not have a voice in the govrnment, the Mugabe regime just do things and even arrest mdc ministers, upto even nowadays they are also intimidating it’s on ministers who wants to defect to mdc. We have cases of police being arrested because they are supporting mdc, we have a marondera zanu-pf MP who is facing the terror becuase she is now supporting tsvangirai. IT’S TIME NOW ZIMBABWEANS NEED TO MARCH FOR THEIR OWN REVOLUTION, THEY NEED TO GO TO THE STREETS WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT. A former  mdc MP Job Wiwa Sikhala has seen that zimbabwe is now burning.  ‘Marching towards the PEOPLES REVOLUTION. Time approaching fast!!!!!!!!!!!”
August has been set to be the time line of the Egypt way by most revolutionalists FOR ZIMBABWE. says Job.

mdc-t in the GNU govt is just like any other civil institute like the police, army, ministry of education, healthy.. the govt on the throne is the regime faction. they control everything.. and thy arrest any civil servant at and leave ministers of zanu-pf because they are the real ministers. Ngachitsve must start now…. mdc-t is ministry of democracy.

 

IF ANIMALS IN THE GAME …”the unit of purpose in kruger park” WHAT ABOUT US HUMANS

M.W.C