Baba Jukwa distresses Zanu PF

A SUSPECTED Zanu PF mole  – operating under the pen name Baba Jukwa on social media platforms  — has reportedly caused a storm among politburo members with his exposés of sensitive internal issues discussed during closed-door meetings.

Report by Everson Mushava

First to take to the social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook propping up President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF party was Amai Jukwa before Baba Jukwa surfaced launching a counter attack on Amai Jukwa.

The two shadowy characters have taken opposing sides within Zanu PF, churning out vitriol against each other on Facebook, Twitter and the State media. Baba Jukwa has also gone to the extent of publicising top Zanu PF officials and ministers’ private cellphone numbers and threatened to expose their underhand dealings.

“The issue has actually been discussed by politburo members who were keen to find out who Baba Jukwa is. Some politburo members are busy looking for the identity of Baba Jukwa who is causing distress within the party using Facebook,” said a source.

Although Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo yesterday denied the party was ruffled by Baba Jukwa, impeccable sources confided to Newsday that the some politburo members had put up a bounty for Baba Jukwa’s head.

“I know nothing about Baba Jukwa. There is nothing to say about that. We deal with our issues as a party and we don’t even follow Facebook,” Gumbo said.

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161 Responses to Baba Jukwa distresses Zanu PF

  1. CHIMBADZO April 30, 2013 at 8:59 am #

    Baba Jukwa ndizvozve.
    But more disappoining is the fact that Tsvangirai or the Mdc are failing to make full use of Social networks to campaign or promote voter reg.
    In this era, you dont cry for stake in state media whilst free social networks reach out to more youths than Zbc and Herald combined.
    In recent years elections are being won by social networking.
    Poor strategy from Morgan.

    • ronnie April 30, 2013 at 9:07 am #

      u hv gt a point my frent

      • Marata April 30, 2013 at 11:16 am #

        Chimbadzo wareva gwinyiso.
        If Tsvangirai opens a Social Network account. It will go viral i tell.
        Some strategies are home grown and not abroad cde President.
        Ppl are fade up of Zpf and state propaganda. Thats wat is makin Bajukwa popular.

        • Bhudhi April 30, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

          For your own sake Tsvangirai has a Facebook account but people are afraid of liking it because it will be seen as endorsing him!

          • L Makombe April 30, 2013 at 1:37 pm #

            This is not true. If you really want your man you disregard fear and worries. People are fed up with Morgan because he has no strategy at all. Mugabe must go is not strategy. JUICE is not strategy,, because this is what Chiluba promised Zambians and Zambia ended up worse than before he came into office. Instead of region trotting as he is embarking on, Morgan must be on the drawing board, but the man is not serious at all. He is always reactive and proactive, that is the problem. People may try to prop him up, but it will be in vain, that is why his friends are slowly deserting him. MDC wake up, don’t let Morgan kill the party. Morgan also needs serious advisors not the current crop of advisors who seem to be after his seat.

          • Ndabeni April 30, 2013 at 3:24 pm #

            He fails to engage with people, so why bother. If he starts responding to tweets then he will be gladly acknowledged.

          • Zivisai May 5, 2013 at 11:29 am #

            Bhudi wataura its very true. Vanhu vanotya kuita openly follow MDC hanzi tinozotsvangwa tikaurawa. Dont underestimate the effects of previous vialonce and intimidation from past elections.

    • John Bean April 30, 2013 at 12:03 pm #

      true dat,ey must encourage all youths to register thru social networkng for rigging strategies of Zanu to be impossible

    • senilect April 30, 2013 at 12:45 pm #

      Morgan already uses these social sites, check Facebook pages like “Vote Morgan Tsvangirai 2013, “Face to Face with Nelson Chamisa”, to name but just a few. Before you unjustifiably attack Morgan and his party why cant your Herald and ZBC do the right thing just for once….

    • Teachthem Chihota April 30, 2013 at 3:58 pm #

      Morgan is daft, everybody knows that. He is just a CEO of the MDC. The Board is all white chaired by Roy Bennet who controls the larger MDC and deputised by Coltart who controls the smaller MDC. He is going to be shocked with the Kenyan type results. Wake up Morgan fight fire with fire, violence with violence, a bullet for a bullet.

    • Zvakwana April 30, 2013 at 5:10 pm #

      This is what we call poetic justice. Unlike the narrow minded Mai Jukwa who has been writing rubbish articles trying to tarnish the MDC-T and Tsvangirai, Bab Jukwa is providing some startling facts about the goings on within ZanuPF and CIO. Well done Baba Jukwa keep up the good work!

    • jabulani kulekani April 30, 2013 at 5:44 pm #

      jukwa could be Bob tired of the infighting

    • fayzall April 30, 2013 at 8:18 pm #

      You have no idea MDC T are very active on the internet and Social Media. Every Branch of MDC T is on Facebook as well as all the Leaders like Chamisan Biti and Roy Bennett etc

    • PAKURU April 30, 2013 at 8:22 pm #

      You’re right Chimbadzo. I wonder wat Chamisa is doing in office. These guys can’t counter Dead Bee Cee. They cry in the rain and Dzukutsaku Pee F inoziva that weakness. One door is closed but they can’t see this other door that’s open. Hey!

    • sangodema May 1, 2013 at 12:10 am #

      wataura chokwadi iwe. ana Joyce banda varipo pafacebook ko Tsvangi

    • Zivisai May 5, 2013 at 11:25 am #

      vanhu ngatitaurei zvatinoziva tisangorotomoka. MDC yaTsvangirai has had its facebook page long before Baba Jukwa came on stage. Tsvangira himself has his own page as well. MDC is very active on facebook and twitter and has its own internet page. While most of you were complainging that you have not see the draft constitution during the referendum, it was all over the internet to anyone who cared to google it. The MDC-T S.A facebook page was especially useful in updating us on latest details on the constution and distrubuted links to where you could download copies of the constituion. Fear of victimisation is making people afraid to follow MDC pages openly, even this Baba Jukwa is mainly followed by Zimbabweans outside Zimbabwe.The only fault I have seen on the MDC’s part, previously the MDC pages were not that interactive but recently now that has changed its now more interactive with people’s questions being answered and comments responded to by the adminstrators of the MDC facebook pages. Just search and like MDC Zimbabwe on face book and MDC T S.A and you will see how active the MDC is on facebook. Right now they have posted and are busy posting all the centres where you can register to vote or inspect the voters roll. Every rally they do advertised on their face book page with updates on pictures afterwards.

    • zvakaoma kudaro May 6, 2013 at 1:29 pm #

      uri right chaizvo

  2. Jukwa April 30, 2013 at 9:07 am #

    Kikiki, Dady vaondonga Zanu PF.

    • Svongorongo May 1, 2013 at 4:01 pm #

      Daddy vako i scatter brain kkkikiki!

  3. ronnie April 30, 2013 at 9:08 am #

    Asijiki !

  4. manjenjenje April 30, 2013 at 9:11 am #

    baba jukwa ma1

  5. jozi April 30, 2013 at 9:13 am #

    asijiki…hola Baba Jukwa..batshele..amasela ndini…ababulali..they will one answer before the lord..sikhathele isizwe ngamasela ndini.amakhehla angela nqondo.

  6. Torabora April 30, 2013 at 9:15 am #

    You can see how old school the Gukurahundi party is. Rugare Gumbo says they don’t follow FB. This is the new way. Free and a way to reach millions of young voters who don’t read the Herald or listen to Dead BC.

  7. zimbo April 30, 2013 at 9:30 am #

    @chimbadzo taura zvako, see what happened in eygpt thru the use of facebook, poor strategy indeed, MDC are still sleeping, this is the time to pounce real hard and take advantage of this, better still they could atleast try to show hw progress they are whilest these old buggers wrestle it amongst themselves!!

  8. Shame! April 30, 2013 at 9:32 am #

    If putting a boundy on one’s head is strategic, then such a head must be very unique. Mebbe the politburo should just search close to home and figure out who has a uniquely designed head, one like a water melon, with hair growing halfway to the forehead. That head would fetch a sizable bounty. Kana kujoni musoro iwoyo ndo unotodiwa neshark! Panobuda makombi matatu pamusoro iwoyo!

    • born mdct April 30, 2013 at 11:43 am #

      iwe shame iweka uchadimburwa musoro iwe,wandiuraya nekuseka

    • Mutongigava April 30, 2013 at 3:52 pm #

      Ha ha..lol

    • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:04 pm #

      Baba Jukwa is Jonathan Moyo, can’t you add one and one and get two.

    • zvakaoma kudaro May 6, 2013 at 1:31 pm #

      shame on u guyz of the old school

  9. Mutongi April 30, 2013 at 9:34 am #

    Havasati vatanga this time tinaye wedu JuleanAssange. Jukwileaks

  10. sasikamu April 30, 2013 at 9:45 am #

    zora butter baba jukwa

  11. Nndinoda Nyikayangu April 30, 2013 at 9:47 am #

    Mr Gumbo you say ýou dont even follow facebook as a party . That is more proof that your party is out of touch with the new world. Politics and governing have changed with the times and facebook and twitter are a powerful social medium to relay your messege. You are stuck in the past as a party, when everyone in Africa and the world has moved forward. You must understand that more than half the voting population in zim was born after 1980. and we are a facebook and twitter generation. Talking to me about hondo and white people is NOT going to feed me and my family. You took the country you have the land yet you still go on about the war. WE DONT CARE. Of the 32 students I completed my A levels with 14 years ago ONLY 2 live in Zim now. Because your party has offered us nothing. I now live in another emerging African country that has realised that change will always be good for a nation and I am now part of that country’s dream and I have a better life because of that. Thats why Odinga lost in Kenya. The Kenyeans realised they is nothing wrong with change. Moi bought the country to a certain point and then Kibaki did his part and handed over to Kenyatta to continue the ”struggle”.now Zim same ministers in cabinet since 1980 how can that possibly work. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs all left the top positions of the companies that they created because CHANGE will always bring about a new perspective and evolution which leads to survival. If Zanu PF internally had embraced change as a party the MDC would not even exist and you would no natural enemies. Look at CCM in Tanzania they can rue forever if they want because as a party the have changed leadership 6 times in 3 years. BDP in Botswana is an exmple too. The ANC closer to home will never be out voted because they know the value of a free voice and change.

    • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:12 pm #

      Warova Dydmus ne museve. True, all those oldies should go. Zanu PF should be led by youths. We don’t need an MDC but a rejuvinated Zanu PF. Tsvangirai and his executive have overstayed as well in positions in the MDC, don’t just look at Zanu PF. He has over stayed his mandate as party leader, well over 10 years given in your MDC constitution. I urge youths to stage a coup in Zanu PF and determine their future, a people’s party not a Whiteman’s party the MDC.

      • ian smith May 1, 2013 at 6:37 am #

        youths like kasuwere!

  12. Nndinoda Nyikayangu April 30, 2013 at 9:50 am #

    I meant to say 6 times in 30 years in my previous post

  13. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 10:00 am #

    Gukurahundis at each others’ throats over a Gukurahundi Jukwa, whatever that two-legged Burundi creature is!

  14. Tony April 30, 2013 at 10:00 am #

    Ava vanhu vasara ava…gogaz vangu kuroots vane f.b account yavo we chat daily saka uyu Gumbo unotii uyu

  15. Tosengatitaure April 30, 2013 at 10:05 am #

    Baba jukwa is a cheap moron with nothing more than everyday grapevine nonsense deserving nothing more than attention from desperate opposition stooges willing to find solace anything that demonises zpf no matter how stupid! Mapererwa…

    • Ndabeni April 30, 2013 at 3:40 pm #

      But his posts will help voters who have read them decide who to vote for, ignore him if you like but most won’t

  16. Fosholo Kapwepwe April 30, 2013 at 10:07 am #

    Someone should make money educating these ZANU chefs on internet and networking.If nt they may as well prepare for life outside politiks because the youths of today are nt coming to your rallies. Baba or Mai Jukwa are not myths but ordinary people who like most Zimbabweans create stories some of which happen to be closer to the truth. Think of a blind martial artist catching arrows aiming at them. They write to appear as if they were very sympathetic to ZANU-PF, it is the response from other internet users that they are more interested in than the substance matter, just look at how the newspapers have fallen for the ruse hook line and sinker.

  17. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 10:09 am #

    Continuing to promote the Gukurahundi concept of Zim leadership as an exclusive preserve of Shona people only – will never get Zimbabwe anywhere – mark my words!

    We will never accept that in Zimbabwe. We want to see Zim being like South Africa, where support for political parties and leaders cuts across all tribes and races.

    Shonas should support Ncube as much as Ndebele people also support Tswangirayi and Mugabe. As long as you have this ONE-WAY traffic of Zim politics, where the Ndebele/Mthwakazi are the only ones who have crossed the tribal divide or are expected to cross the tribal divide in their support for our politicians, and Shonas totally refuse to do the same – we shall continue to be at war with each other.

    AND YOU HAVE THE GUTS TO TALK ABOUT UNITING, WHEN YOU SHONA GUKURAHUNDIS ARE THE VERY CAUSE OF THE DISUNITY IN ZIMBABWE – IDIOTS!!

    • the man April 30, 2013 at 11:01 am #

      gukurahundi happened yes and everyone z trying not to live in that era, yet u bring up the issue for no reason. learn to grow up with times.its regrettable that u expect the shonas to be united w u (though we are) yet you fail to forgive. remember not everyone was involved in the bloodshed.
      be a unifying element not a perpetrator of hatred

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 11:15 am #

        We want to see Zim being like South Africa, where support for political parties and leaders cuts across all tribes and races.

        Shonas should support Ncube as much as Ndebele people also support Tswangirayi and Mugabe. As long as you have this ONE-WAY traffic of Zim politics, where the Ndebele/Mthwakazi are the only ones who have crossed the tribal divide or are expected to cross the tribal divide in their support for our politicians, and Shonas totally refuse to do the same – we shall continue to be at war with each other

        • Ndini ndadaro April 30, 2013 at 12:24 pm #

          Iwe Ncube wako became irrelevant paakatanga kapato kake keimwe Mdc js lyk Makoni he became irrelevant paakabuda muZpf. Therz nothing wrong in supporting sm1 from Matebeleland as long as he/she has people of Zimbabwe @ heart not the childish idea of taking the capital city to Bulawayo etc. I for 1 respect the greatest man of ol tym from Matebeleland uvava Joshua Qabuko Nyongolo Nkomo kwete dzimwe mh*ta dzese dzaukusasa..GET A LIFE AND LEARN TO GROW UP!!

          • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:42 pm #

            What does Mandeere awandisa mumosangano mean?

            Is this the Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity?

          • ma1 May 1, 2013 at 6:44 am #

            sha! rega kunyadzisa kudaro its baba

    • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:25 pm #

      My friend Im Ndebele, but I know that when Gukurahundi was happening 99.9999999999999% of the Shona were not in Matebeleland. Remember those who killed people in Matebeleland do not represent the Shona but the few people who sent them, the then Zanu PF Politiburo, not the Shona. Not even one ordinary Shona new what was happening, they were all bormbaded with propanganda of Gwasela killing thousands. They are innocent just as those who got killed. You do not even have to forgive them, they are innocent.

      • jabulani kulekani April 30, 2013 at 5:56 pm #

        thank you mrs Moyo.Phunyuka is a hard core tribalist , if he was white he would be a nazi . He is simply using gukurahundi as justification to his wierd ideologies that will nevertake Bulawayo any where

    • Midlands Watchers April 30, 2013 at 6:20 pm #

      Im happy to know see that you doing exactly what you are critising on your comment, tribalism. So you are idiot too.

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 7:26 pm #

        @Midlands watchers

        Yes you are right. When you deal with incorrigible Gukurahundi tribalists, you are wasting your time trying to be reasonable.

        Its interesting that your first step in getting involved in this issue is to go for me, instead of them – could it be that you are also Shona, so its a kith and kin thing, despite the facts I have presented, which as it would seem, you clearly agree with, but differ in the manner they are presented?

        Look, just going through their responses to my contributions above, they are not even responding to all the issues I raised.

        All they are doing is pick and choose what suits their agendas, so why not fight fire with fire?

        • mutandi May 2, 2013 at 3:42 pm #

          Phunyukabemphethe

          i wish i could be on your side Phunyu. but do you know why and how gukurahundi came about?

  18. Chief Justice April 30, 2013 at 10:12 am #

    Pamberi na baba Jukwa

  19. LIUmbez April 30, 2013 at 10:13 am #

    We are ecstatic with Baba Jukwa he has hit the Zany party on a raw nerve. They’re actually in a panic mode. The word has it that there is a bounty on his head then we wonder why Gumbo says he knows nothing about it. The social network is a campaign forum that will expose the devil in Zpf. As rightly noted MDC should know that elections can be won through social networks You don’t need to notify Chihuri’s dogs. Obama did it in style. Thumps up Baba Jukwa. Expose more dirt on these perverts.

  20. Gen Mujuru April 30, 2013 at 10:16 am #

    Baba Jukwa does report much more better than morons at ZBC hence people does follow him. In less than 2 months he does have over 40,000 likes.
    This is a zanu pf and zbc problem because they always on opposition’s neck. He posted yesterday about Chiyangwa’s HIV status and the girls he did infect with the deadly disease so far. If Chiyangwa was Tsvangirayi he would have been locked up long ago.
    BABA JUKWA is the MAN!

  21. Gen Mujuru April 30, 2013 at 10:17 am #

    And in case you didn’t know, he is the man who exposed my cold blood killers, posted their names, cell phone numbers and pics. How good is that?

    • Ndabeni April 30, 2013 at 3:51 pm #

      Fidelis Fengu ét al

  22. Adzo April 30, 2013 at 10:31 am #

    @Ndinoda nyika yangu….Iwewe ndiwe une yese.Ndimi vanhu vatoda vakaita semi.Wataura idi.

  23. anti tribalist April 30, 2013 at 10:31 am #

    @ punyu if shonas are such idiots then go back to SA u ignorant fool, and let the idiots sort themselves out, what r u doin abt the issue besides making racial slurs on public forums, one wonders who the real idiot is??? pathetic

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 11:16 am #

      We want to see Zim being like South Africa, where support for political parties and leaders cuts across all tribes and races.

      Shonas should support Ncube as much as Ndebele people also support Tswangirayi and Mugabe.

      As long as you have this ONE-WAY traffic of Zim politics, where the Ndebele/Mthwakazi are the only ones who have crossed the tribal divide or are expected to cross the tribal divide in their support for our politicians, and Shonas totally refuse to do the same – we shall continue to be at war with each other.

      ONE WAY-TRAFFIC POLITICS IS JUST NOT ON!!!

      • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:39 pm #

        99.9% of the people who live in Matebeleland are cross breeds including you Phunyukabemphete. Truly there is no pure Ndebele even in South Africa today. We are all cross breeds, Shona+Zulu=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. Shona+Ndebele=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. They are Shona if born in Mashonaland. 100 years of cross breeding, there is no zulu or ndebele any more, only the language. So do not be tribalistic you are Shona yourself. Remember the Shona woman abducted from Mashonaland by Lobengula’s man is your mother’s and father’s great great great parent.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:42 pm #

      What does Mandeere awandisa mumosangano mean?

      Is this the Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity?

      • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:40 pm #

        99.9% of the people who live in Matebeleland are cross breeds including you Phunyukabemphete. Truly there is no pure Ndebele even in South Africa today. We are all cross breeds, Shona+Zulu=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. Shona+Ndebele=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. They are Shona if born in Mashonaland. 100 years of cross breeding, there is no zulu or ndebele any more, only the language. So do not be tribalistic you are Shona yourself. Remember the Shona woman abducted from Mashonaland by Lobengula’s man is your mother’s and father’s great great great parent

  24. Nkosizulu April 30, 2013 at 10:32 am #

    I can confirm to you that Baba Jukwa is Jonathan, Amai Jukwa is George otherwise known as Nathaniel and there is also Jukwa and that one is Saviour.

  25. uzumba April 30, 2013 at 10:35 am #

    baba jukwa you are ahero.Chamisa watiregerera

  26. Mutongi April 30, 2013 at 10:46 am #

    Whaaaat!!! Gumbo says they dont folow facebook LIES. What is yo mouthpeace Sunday mail’s headline? You only need thoz things when they praise u, if they xpose u yu deny them. Guys yo time is up&better start looking for Asian hideouts coz very soon the masses’ll bay 4 yo heads. Now with our God given babaJukwa even if yu go toMars we’ll catch you. Period

  27. Diamond Mathe April 30, 2013 at 10:55 am #

    Lets not be seperated by race and tribe. We are young and innocent and lets unite and kick out the Zanu sharks our country has lots of potential.
    Baba Jukwa is one of the Zanu PF politbro members who has had enough and what ever is discused we will know about it HOW DO THEY KNOW MAYBE ITS BOB BECAUSE THEY ARE FORCING HIM. He told them long ago that he was tired but he is running the country with a gun on his head, WHAT DO YOU EXPECT? VACHAMAMA!!!!!
    Baba Jukwa keep the destruction task you are doing very well so far.

  28. the man April 30, 2013 at 11:03 am #

    batai munhu

  29. Bravoe April 30, 2013 at 11:05 am #

    the president is aware of baba Jukwa

  30. jazz April 30, 2013 at 11:10 am #

    baba jukwa mapanduka

    • Mutongigava April 30, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

      zvamchese..lol

  31. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 11:17 am #

    We want to see Zim being like South Africa, where support for political parties and leaders cuts across all tribes and races.

    Shonas should support Ncube as much as Ndebele people also support Tswangirayi and Mugabe.

    As long as you have this ONE-WAY traffic of Zim politics, where the Ndebele/Mthwakazi are the only ones who have crossed the tribal divide or are expected to cross the tribal divide in their support for our politicians, and Shonas totally refuse to do the same – we shall continue to be at war with each other.

    ONE WAY-TRAFFIC POLITICS IS JUST NOT ON!!!

    • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:41 pm #

      99.9% of the people who live in Matebeleland are cross breeds including you Phunyukabemphete. Truly there is no pure Ndebele even in South Africa today. We are all cross breeds, Shona+Zulu=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. Shona+Ndebele=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. They are Shona if born in Mashonaland. 100 years of cross breeding, there is no zulu or ndebele any more, only the language. So do not be tribalistic you are Shona yourself. Remember the Shona woman abducted from Mashonaland by Lobengula’s man is your mother’s and father’s great great great parent

      • monomotapa April 30, 2013 at 8:12 pm #

        Thank you sister. Teach the youth of today not to be know-alls in things they think they know. They don’t realise that hate is hurtful, more often than not to the haters themselves. Kutuka vanhu iwe hauzivi kuti urikuzvituka!

  32. Mdatshukelwa April 30, 2013 at 11:18 am #

    Baba Jukwa I will invite u today! U r getting famous

  33. Gracious April 30, 2013 at 11:35 am #

    zanu are on facebook. They have a lot of people attacking tsvangirai especially a page called The Shebeen Herald. The owner is responsible for all the anti Tsvangirai images on facebook.

  34. sarah nkomo April 30, 2013 at 11:40 am #

    please forgive my disturbed brother or sister by the name Phunyukabemphethe…he/she is not constructive at all… all it thinks of is things of the past… to be honest with you Phunyukabemphethe, our people the ndebele were the first to come out of the Zulu land fighting tribal wars and conquered most of our opponents which was fine by then. now that zimbabwe was born… the best we should do is to make it work for the good of us zimbabweans.. not ndebeles only or shonas only… like I said yesterday if we had war in Zimbabwe I would fight for my country and prove that I am better than those sadukinders who claim all the resources on the basis of having liberated this country we definately need to know what actually happened in the past but do not let that hinder us from taking a way forward unless of cause we are small minded..

    I think Phunyukabemphethe is not even ndebele coz what he/she is displaying here will de- campaign welshman ncube because yesterday Phunyukabemphethe said we are going to destroy this country. the truth is Phunyukabemphethe has that in heart not the ndebele people.. we want the best out of this country not tribalism… as a matter of facts Phunyukabemphethe is from either Zanu pf or MDC-T and trying to destroy the peoples confidence in Mr Ncube

    but most of all Phunyukabemphethe is a retard

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:15 pm #

      We fight fire with fire because our Green machine MDC party party is being attacked not on policy issues but on the tribe, place of origin and language of its leader Welshman Ncube – without even ging concrete evidence of these accusations.

      When Mutambara was the helm, nobody ever said MDC was a tribal or regional party – this accusation arose only after Welshman took over.

      In fact to be precise, its not even the party that is being attacked – its the person of its leader, Welshman, his tribe, his language and his place of origin – thats the truth. No amount of sugar coating can ever hide this Shona tribalism and we will fight it till the end!!

    • Che Guervara April 30, 2013 at 4:33 pm #

      why do u act like a better Ndebele than other Ndebele.Zekwani kuhhle ngamashona hayi ukunya la.Nxa uphiswe hambe bhotsha

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 7:30 pm #

        How can I act like a better Ndebele when I am not Ndebele?. You are obsessed with the Ndebele people, its a psychological Shona Gukurahundi disease!!

    • Leroy May 1, 2013 at 12:21 pm #

      You r telling the truth dude,zim people should move forward.we must not concentrate on being shona or ndebele but being one zimbabwe people.let us strive to build our zimbabwe our land look at other countries who r moving forward yet we r going backwards.let us make zimbabwe a better country for ourselves and our children lrt us get rid of zanu.tsvangirayi mudhara tongayi nyika toda kuuya kumba isu south africa yatikuvadza.

  35. Ooops Madoda April 30, 2013 at 11:46 am #

    Wadya waguta Baba Jukwa makutengesa vamwe hamunyare……kkkkkkk. At least we are now getting the infor that we were denied. BRAVO BABA JUKWA

  36. bruno April 30, 2013 at 12:03 pm #

    True he is a fool

  37. zakora April 30, 2013 at 12:03 pm #

    Asijiki forward with Baba Jukwa , let’s not forget to donate for the good cause

  38. Chivete April 30, 2013 at 12:04 pm #

    Asijiki !

  39. mambara April 30, 2013 at 12:08 pm #

    Chimbadzo u r toking sense, bt iwe ndiwe usina kutsvaga Morgan paFB, aka vhura kare platform iripo..

  40. manjenjenje April 30, 2013 at 12:10 pm #

    phunyu yu are an imbecile.nyarara unongotaura 1 thing everyday.ukanyarara haufe.save yo energy

  41. Abigail April 30, 2013 at 12:11 pm #

    @ Sarah Nkomo thumbs up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  42. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:15 pm #

    We fight fire with fire because our Green machine MDC party party is being attacked not on policy issues but on the tribe, place of origin and language of its leader Welshman Ncube – without even ging concrete evidence of these accusations.

    When Mutambara was the helm, nobody ever said MDC was a tribal or regional party – this accusation arose only after Welshman took over.

    In fact to be precise, its not even the party that is being attacked – its the person of its leader, Welshman, his tribe, his language and his place of origin – thats the truth. No amount of sugar coating can ever hide this Shona tribalism and we will fight it till the end!!

    • Mutongigava April 30, 2013 at 4:00 pm #

      Go away no one will ever vote for MDC ncube…the guy is simply confused…you cant exactly make out what he stands for…zimbos arent silly and they will not vote for that even the ndeeres.

      He’s a poor representative for the ndeeres…tell ur boss to get out of politics!

  43. Chief Tangwena April 30, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

    Rugare Gumbo you are the dumbest moron I have ever heard of.You are trying to fool toddlers that Zanu Permanently Foolish(PF) doesn’t follow facebook .,i searched for Zanu pf and allied parties accounts on facebook and I saw a lot of them where you are busy repeating your same boring political strategies of telling people about indeginisation and black empowerment bt no one educated enough is willing to support this rubbish.Telling people that you fought for the liberation of the nation doesn’t earn you votes because Nelson Mandela fought harder than most of Zanu morons but he loved his people thats why he ruled for five years only and handed over to younger energetic people with fresh and morden ideas.This coming elections if you dont kill like what you did in 2008 you will get no vote from us unemployed youths mark my words.

  44. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:24 pm #

    What does Mandeere are wandisa mumosangano mean?

    • Sharon Dee April 30, 2013 at 3:18 pm #

      That is Shona for: there are too many Ndebeles in the movement and have to be reduced. Once beaten twice shy. Ndebeles sold our country to the whites for a packet of sugar. Never again will we let this happen. Any Ndebele who wants leadership position must be prepared to work under a Shona. Ncube knows this hence he brought Mutambara to Zim. Thats why Shonas did not have a problem with the MDC party at that time. Now we are talking because a Ndebele is out of his place. He wants to lead the Shonas. Ngeke! Asijiki!

      • Ndabeni April 30, 2013 at 4:01 pm #

        Really?? Is that the general thinking @sharon. By the way is that a Morgan Tsvangirai quotation ?

      • Mutongigava April 30, 2013 at 4:10 pm #

        Another reason why ndbeles will not rule the shonas is what they did to us…remember the dzviti days…maybe gukurahundi was a nice revenge but for Harare will be HQ of zim,..until maybe Joshua Nkomo rises from the dead in which case i’ll vote for him to be president.

  45. garikai April 30, 2013 at 12:25 pm #

    who the heaven is baba Jukwa?munhu iyeye ndamutya.kana neni handisombotyi asi uyu ndamutya.rambai makadaro baba Jukwa tinokudai

  46. coolhead April 30, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

    Baba Jukwa must be Jonah.His suppressed love for verbal venom could outplaying itself. We donot doubt it given his self destructive mantras.

  47. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:36 pm #

    What does Mandeere awandisa mumosangano mean?

    Is this the Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity yini, ndixeleleni bantu?

  48. Amazing Kid April 30, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

    As rightly pointed out earlier MDC is failing. Honestly the TV esp Dead BC has been replaced by social networks. The MDC should have long ago motivated people to sign up on FB, create pages that are run by innovative youths who will get more followers by coming out with interesting posts. Not everyone must be on FB, but the few that will be there will obviously make a change. Ask Obama! This crying foul should be thing of the past!

  49. go9dlwayo Malinga April 30, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

    funny some isiphukuphuku calls himself anti tribalist when he is apparently the filthiest tribalist on the land,, iswina lothuvi nxxx

  50. Amazing Kid April 30, 2013 at 12:43 pm #

    Some of us have unlimited access to the internet, MDC work with us we are willing to fight for our country. The syrian govt is causing havoc by its ” electronic army” These are ordinary people anywhere in the world sympathetic to the cause. there are many youths in the Diaspora who would want to contribute to our cause, they have the skills and the resources, and they are where Zanu murders will not easily get to, wake up Morgan

  51. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

    What does Ngomo, zidumbu zimuNdevere mean?

    Should we assume this Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity?

    • Sharon Dee April 30, 2013 at 3:20 pm #

      That is Shona for: there are too many Ndebeles in the movement and have to be reduced. Once beaten twice shy. Ndebeles sold our country to the whites for a packet of sugar. Never again will we let this happen. Any Ndebele who wants leadership position must be prepared to work under a Shona. Ncube knows this hence he brought Mutambara to Zim. Thats why Shonas did not have a problem with the MDC party at that time. Now we are talking because a Ndebele is out of his place. He wants to lead the Shonas. Ngeke! Asijiki!

      REPLY

  52. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:48 pm #

    What does Ngomo, zidumbu zimuNdevere mean?

    Should we assume this Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity – ndixeleleni?

  53. MAKUMBE SINYORO April 30, 2013 at 12:49 pm #

    TAPANDUKA ZVACHESE

  54. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

    GUKURAHUNDI SHONA SATANIC VERSES – PLEASE PASS TO MOST TRUSTED PERSON

    PROGRESS REVIEW ON THE 1979 GRAND PLAN)

    Gift

    Never before has history given us the majority Shona People, such a precious present than it has done with Robert Gabriel Mugabe. R.G is simply a perfect embodiment of all our cultural norms and values, our aspirations and expectations, our wants, desires and interests. In his whole life, R.G. has not failed to demonstrate that incredible consciousness of who we are as a people.

    The most vivid imagination of what an ideal Shona should look like in appearance as well as how he should behave or present himself to the public, finds an exact match in R.G. His presence among us as a leader with and an abundant and compelling inspiration towards the establishment of Shona Nationhood deserves to be honoured and celebrated as a memorable great occasion in the life histories of all the generations of our people.

    Acknowledgement

    We do not, as a matter of obligation, fail to appreciate and acknowledge the wonderful achievements, the great valour and the spirit of stubborn resistance against formidable adversaries of all those other great Shona men and women who led our people before. However, without prejudicing fair comparison, it is inarguable though, that R.G. stands out distinctly as a cut above the rest among both the dead and the living Shona leaders.

    Consistency

    Countless incidents in R.G.’s decorated and exuberant political career testify to the conviction most of us have that the man is a visionary of rare gifts. He is an astoundingly brilliant intellectual as well as being an accomplished academic. Having distinguished himself as the most consistent revolutionary in the fight against colonialism he has gone further to achieve the emancipation of the majority Shona people and consolidated their supremacy.

    And signs are that he has hot reached the pinnacle of his political life yet.
    Few would argue that R.G. is endowed with a mesmerising eloquence in speech, which together with his subtle charisma captivates and electrifies audiences whenever he stands to speak. Little wonder that he outclassed and turned his political peers into pitiable political dwarfs many of who have fallen victim to consumptive jealous and betrayal. Several of them rubbished themselves to the political dustbin, and personalities like Edgar Tekere and Edson Zvobgo are not exceptions.

    Envy

    R.G. is an unquestionable source of envy to many, not only amongst ourselves but his foes too, who grudgingly admire him as they learn painfully to accept at his hands. Tony Blair is a classic case in point. Blair’s clumsy arm twisting political tactics geared to tame this solid and firebrand revolutionary giant, left his fingers thoroughly scalded. Mr Blair must be ruefully licking his wounds at No 10 Downing Street, having learnt his lesson well, that plagiarising Bush’s approach to Saddam would attack serious and perilous consequences to him.

    Imperialists

    Western leaders are so shamelessly spoilt and conceited to the extent that they throw all caution to the wind when it comes to dealing with Third World political issues. Their naivety often manifests itself whenever there is lack of agreement on key issues especially those that adversely affect the poor nations such as the land issue in Zimbabwe. They refuse to realise that there is a new breed of leadership who will not ask how high when ordered to jump but will certainly ask WHY. African leaders in particular are regarded by the West as filthy hypocrites who are radicals by day but beggars by night, as well as lacking personal opinion and relevant political sophistication. The tendency is to destroy those who defy imperialist dictatorship. R.G. has resolutely said no to imperialism and this way he must be treated like Saddam Hussein, according o Western opinion.

    Black Jesus

    Some people have a small problem in understanding why Mugabe is to the Shona people, what Jesus is to the Christians or what Kim il Sung and his Juche idea is to the North Koreans. This status was awarded to R.G. by his people in recognition of political astuteness acquired over many years of experience in the fight against colonialism.
    It is an uncommon achievement to earn the love and respect of one’s enemies. R.G. did just that with the descendants of Mzilikazi / Lobengula – a people with a contemptible history of violence. This did not just happen – it took many years of careful political manoeuvring and scheming. An application of similar tactics to the descendants of Cecil John Rhodes is beginning to yield similar political dividends.

    Illusions

    For many years both the Ndebeles and Europeans were living were living under a shameful illusion that the crimes of their forefathers had been forgiven and forgotten. This was not to be as R.G. the illustrations son of the Shona people ensured tat the two groups pay dearly for the evil deeds their ancestors. Is it possible that such heinous crimes as those committed by these people against the Shona can just be swept under the carpet because it is political epedient to do so?

    Legacy

    It costs a daring mind to carve rich legacy for the good of the general public, especially one that restores the dignity of the people at the same time assuring them of eternal dominance over settlers. R.G’s legacy brewed in an African pot is unparalleled by any on the continent. Nelson Mandela covertly tried to outshine R.G. by elbowing him off the world political limelight. No sooner had Nelson Mandela started this, did he realise the folly of such an attempt. It dawned on him that he was making an error and that he was too new on the regional political plane.

    The twenty-seven years Mandela spent crushing stones in jail did not automatically confer upon him the sort of leadership skills acquired by R.G. in a protracted and arduous struggle for Zimbabwean independence. In fact, jail stunted the growth of Mandela’s legal mind – a sad happening indeed. However, his attempt to compensate for the deprivations of that ugly experience by posturing a false image ‘towering African statesman’ created by his imperialist jailers, collapsed no sooner than had started.

    Betrayal

    Mandela betrayed and deserted the Black majority in South Africa at the most crucial hour. Speculation is rife that he is severely petrified of whites so much that making land demands, for instance, would in his view, muddy the waters and blemishes his South Africa. At the present moment, the African continent needs genuinely high calibre leadership that will serve the people’s interest. Mandela simply chickened out and retreated in haste unremorsefully. Praises continue to be piled on hi because he did not touch the foundation of white wealth.

    Priviledges

    Future Shona generations will forever enjoy the opportunities and priviledges that will at all times flow from the heroic deeds of R.G. We feel strongly encouraged to stand resolutely behind him and will not cease to see an angel where our detractors / enslavers see a devil and we will continue to see a liberator where they see a murderer.

    Differences

    Such are our differences that must be resolved not in superficial manner but in practical terms within such a real concrete political context as ours. The redefinition of our relationship with the settlers, black or white, is long overdue! We therefore salute the launch of the third phase of our struggle (THIRD CHIMURENGA) and invite the reader of this article to join us in celebrating the manner in which this fight is being conducted and its guaranteed success in smashing the white economic infrastructure such as farms which facilitated the exploitation of our people.

    Dominance

    All the struggles that took place in this country since the 1830′s were about dominance. Lessons from these struggles confirm the view that a human social group is either dominant or subordinate when it comes to issues of political power, especially in Africa.

    Mzilikazi

    Mzilikazi fled from Zululand because there was no political space for him to be dominant. He therefore needed to look elsewhere for land where he could exercise power authority and dominance. But because there was no land not belonging to anyone, he targeted military weaker societies and found one in the Shona people whom he viciously subdued and forcibly settled in their land, imposing his authority on them.
    Now, comrades, come to think of it – a settler is a settler – PERIOD! What peaceful coexistence can there be to talk about between the majority indigenous Shona and the occupying force of those of Ndebele extraction? A black settler is unwelcome as a white settler in our country.

    Ndebele Crimes

    Mzilikazi’s men, in particular under the command of his terrorist successor Lobengula wrecked havoc in our country. They raped and kidnapped Shona women, looted grain and stole our cattle. Anyone who disputes that this was conquest needs medical examination. For some sixty long years, the Shona people were brutalised, insulted and abused by the Ndebeles. Their wealth was ravenously plundered and economic life left to bleed to death in the most cruel manner. The Ndebele subjected the Shona people to the worst forms of barbarism and tyranny. They imported violence to Zimbabwe and it is a well-known fact that violence was a virtue in Zululand and perhaps continues to be to this day. No one doubts the assertion that violence flows in Ndebele blood.

    Lazy

    Periodic and incessant waves of cruel raids by Ndebele warriors harvested cattle, women and grain from the Shona to enrich the bogus Ndebele King. The inherently lazy and unintelligent Ndebele anarchist savages preferred to loot and plunder than to learn the skills of the more culturally advanced Shona people who excelled in building as epitomised by the Great Zimbabwe as well as in crop farming and the arts such as stone carving and mbira music.

    Complexes

    Subjecting the Shona people to a reign of terror created both an inferiority and Persecution complex in them. For instance, the Shona people began to shun the use of their clan names in preference for the totem system such as Dube, Sibanda, Nyoni etc. This was a straight forward case of political subjugation of the Shona people.

    White Settlers

    The carnage viciously unleashed on our people by the Ndebeles was interrupted by the coming of white settlers who were motivated by the same desire – to dominate. Cecil John Rhodes’ men were more advanced in systems of plunder and exploitation than the Ndebeles. The whites dubbed both the Shona and the Ndebeles as African savages of the bush needing to be rushed from the darkness of ignorance.

    The white settlers swiftly annexed our country as a colony of Britain. The Shona and Ndebele were, in the view of settlers, identical natives belonging to the same race totally disregarding the oppressor / oppressed relationship between the Shona and the Ndebele that existed before colonialism. However, this did not alter or erase the crimes committed against our people before before by the Ndebeles.

    Land

    The whites too were in search of land. Back home (UK) they were known minnows, mostly sons of serfs who were used to expand the horizons of the British Empire by carving colonies in all corners of the world. Some of them were convicts let off on a new lease of life to prove their usefulness to the Crown. In-so-far as we are concerned the whites removed us from the clutches of Ndebele colonialism onto the rapacious claws of European Imperialism – a case of jumping from the pan onto the fire.

    Our gallant forefathers put up countless spirited fights against the new settlers but were subdued by the military superior invading barbaric force which iced its successes / conquest with the hanging of our great spirit medium, Mbuya Nehanda and others.

    Crimes of the White Man

    The conquest of our people by the white men was itself a criminal act. Having conquered our people they immediately went into an unbridle frenzy of raping Shona women producing a mixed breed chronically suffers from incurable and severely traumatic identity crisis.
    The white invader too started to steal Shona cattle and wildlife – sending trophies to the King, enslaving Shona men on the stolen land (horse pegged farms) and on mines. The slavery was soothed by a crude dosage of religious opium administered by their forunner imperialist chief-scout, Robert Moffat – a man of cloth.

    The rest of the details of this carnage may e obtained from history texts as well s from the sad oral tests of our people.

    Freedom

    An attempt to throw off the colonial yoke in the first half of the twentieth century did not succeed until the entry onto the Zimbabwean political scene in 1963 of a Shona led political party. In this year Zanu was born and excitedly welcomed by those ethnically conscious Shona people who threw their weight unreservedly behind its leadership. This birth signified the beginning of serious business to wrestle our heritage from the white man.

    Zanu’s motto was ‘A fight for Shona Majority Rule’, making an instant impact politically by going into an armed struggle, a move later mimicked by the Ndebele led Zapu which comprised of mainly semiliterate hero-worshippers of Joshua Nkomo. Nkomo’s lieutenants followed him blindly until he committed political suicide in December 22, 1987.
    The only few educated people in Zapu were Shonas like Ariston Chambati and Daniel Madzimbamuto whose true ethnic allegiance ceased to be questionable in 1980.

    Partnership

    The Majority Shona people had realised that our partnership, with depressed Ndebele savages, to oust the white settler regime from dominance was an extremely complicated affair. This was particularly true in this instance because prior to the birth of Zanu the struggle had been led by Joshua Nkomo, a Ndebele assimilant of very vague, dubious and untraceable ethnic / tribal origins.

    Nkomo parroted a motto similar to Zanu’s, that of Majority Rule but would not commit himself to ‘Shona Majority Rule’, preferring to distort in into ‘Black Majority Rule’. Such a distortion flew into the face of the real aggrieved person because Nkomo arrogantly and deliberately missed the point. Black majority could only be Black Shona Majority Rule. Anyone who stubbornly refuted this rendered themselves an enemy of the Shona people and Nkomo became one.

    Nevertheless in the interest of the struggle we in Zanu appreciated the fact that Nkomo had no option but to offer himself for use to achieve Majority Shona Rule. Hence every positive effort he made was on behalf of us the majority Shona. Now and then he needed to be whipped into line because of his conformist tendencies as in the cases of numerous agreements he struck with Ian Smith under the cover of darkness thereby putting the liberation process in severe stress and jeopardy.

    Objective

    Zanu sought to regain lost Shona dignity, looted cattle, stolen land and everything else that accrued to the colonialists as a result of their thuggery by the successive Ndebele and European dominant generations. It makes economic sense to charge interest on money borrowed to someone. Therefore, the development / civilisation which the whites brag about that they brought to Zimbabwe is part of the profit which is due to us and we inherit all that violently or not, without a guilty conscience.

    White wealth

    The riches of the white men in Zimbabwe were and still are accumulated through monopoly, exploitation, theft, plunder, murder, rape, corruption, treachery, hypocrisy and lies. Is it possible to correct or reverse such inhuman acts without resorting to similar tactics? Truly, violence begets violence, and for every action there is a reaction.

    Scavengers

    It is known fact, that ever since its conception, Zanu had a double prolonged struggle to wage, that is, on the one hand against the Ndebeles and on the other against whites. When the Ndebeles and whites fought one another in the 1890′s and then in the 1970′s, they were like vultures fighting over a carcass of dead prey. One vulture cannot claim ownership of the dead animal on the grounds that it landed there first. It remains a vulture by name and a scavenger by habit.

    Sithole

    The Ndebele’s had no legal claim whatsoever upon Zimbabwean sovereignty just like
    Their earlier cousins (followers of Soshagane) later led by Ndabaningi Sithole, that hob goblin who tried to hijack the struggle. Sithole was foiled and summarily ejected from the party – an act he regretted till his grave. The simple question is why would these two black groupings fight for what did not legitimately belong to them. Participating in the struggle only meant that they were offering themselves for use by the Majority Shonas.

    Correction

    Zanu’s correction of Sithole’s errors left the Shangaans a thoroughly confused group despite the modification of their identity to drift closer to Shona under the guise of a language called Ndau, generally accepted among the ignorant as a dialect of Shona. The truth remains – they are foreigners, unwilling to advance our cause as they huddle around and cling childishly to the ‘Ndonga’.

    Sustenance of illegal regime

    For seventeen years of bitter Zanu struggle (2nd Chimurenga) to repossess lost Shona pride and stolen land, the whites put up a very stiff but doomed resistance. They were aided and abetted by their British and American kith and kin that today will never forgive R.G. for taking on our behalf what belongs to us. During the struggle, Ian Smith received modern war equipment from the G8 such as Gazelle helicopters, UZI’s etc, but Zanu received expired medicines through the UN. There was no doubt in our minds that the point made by such assistance to Smith in violation of UN sanctions was that blood is thicker than water.

    Strategy

    Now, in struggle comrades, you must have strategies and develop your own tactics suitable for the environment in which that struggles is being executed. Chairman Mao Ze Dong wrote quite extensively on strategy and tactics. The material is easily accessible to those willing to read and learn. Designing good strategies is not a simple matter- it requires acutely intelligent minds spiced with an unwavering commitment to success.
    Zanu was found wanting in this regard.

    Men and women made of the correct political material and with characters made of sterner tempered with resilience, honestly, dignity and awesomely high levels of political acumen, began to distinguish themselves on the ground. We remember Chitepo and Takawira, at this level with great fondness.

    Reigns

    When R.G. took over the reins of power in Zanu tremors of fears in the hearts of whites were heard throughout the country. R.G. Immediately proved to be good quality leadership material through the country. R.G. immediately proved to be good quality leadership material through the manner in which he meticulously and incisively executed the revolutionary fight for the restoration of our hallowed independence and Shona democracy. Revolution means a violent overthrow of the status quo. R.G. did precisely that. As we all know the fight is far from being over.

    Flag independence

    As long as the white community remained economically dominant beyond Independence Day of April 18, 1980, then the battle is certainly not over yet. Flag independence remains meaningful until the transfer of wealth into the hands of its rightful owners. No one understands this position in Zanu better than the amazingly resilient and conscientious strategist R.G.

    Impediment

    Because of the Lancaster House Constitutional trappings, R.G. put the issue of white economic dominance in a political freezer, which he safely locked with the word ‘Reconciliation’. This earned him bountless praises such as ‘ The most brilliant politician’ by his former tormentors who could not believe their ears when the policy of reconciliation was announced. R.G. knew how to leave sleeping dogs to lie. He opted to decisively deal firstly with the Ndebeles once and for all.

    Zapu and Zipra

    At independence Zapu posed the most difficult challenge to Zanu over the leadership of the country. The threat was not so much in terms of grassroots support as it was in terms of military firepower which Zapu built over many years with Russian and Cuban support while Zanla sweated it our desire to conclusively deal with issue of Ndebeles and their ugly past and the need to pacify Zapu was never greater than in 1980.

    5th Brigade

    R.G. instantly realised that it would be futile to draw open battle lines with ‘vaDumbuguru’, preferring to quietly do his homework. He brought into the country super military training experts from North Korea. Within eight months, a revered, feared and uncompromising crack force, known as Gukurahundi, had been trained. This is the force (5th Brigade), which was to strike terror in the hearts of Ndebeles. On one hand, R.G. consistently dangled the juicy carrot of Government of National Unity and the integration of forces into the National Army. Mugabe always knew that Nkomo was desperate for power and so he let him have a little of it. The integration of the three armies would help to scatter Zipra and wide.

    Dissidents

    On other hand, R.G. created a small rebel force compromising mainly of recruits from Zipra and called them dissidents who were complimented by selected highly trained Zanla forces who would direct operations. The group was put on pay role and then deployed in the Midlands and Matabeleland.

    Soon the self styled dissidents were joined by other genuinely aggrieved Zipras who could not stand the heat generated exclusively for them in the National Army. However, the army deserters and a few notorious Zipras who hated R.G. with a passion, never had a clue that the dissident element was not a Zapu initiative. While Zapu denied sponsoring dissidents, leading to a loss of faith and confidence in their leadership by Zipras, the genuine dissident remained confused and uncoordinated finally resorting to aimless nomadic movement within the region. It is during wondering that they got ambushed, killed and displayed at Police Camps until they began to decompose.

    The Government – sponsored dissidents straight away went into orgy of band activity such as destroying development project equipment, raping women, demanding food, killing a few ‘Ndebele sell-outs’ especially those in the Zapu party structures. They cleverly avoided direct contact with the National Army units except a few small skirmishes meant to deflect suspicion.

    Pretext

    A perfect pretext had been created. The 5th Brigade was then swiftly deployed in the three provinces to ‘deal with the dissidents’ under the command of that agile and indestructible Perence Shiri. The real targets were Ndebele civilians and Zipra man whose fathers had committed crimes against the Shona People. The strategy worked well, in no time Zapu’s political structures were smashed.

    Liquidation

    Within five years, 25 000 Ndebeles were exterminated in ways that instilled fear in the survivors, family life was dislocated as members scattered in different directions. The rate of kill was just unbelievable and inspite of rumblings by the minority Zapu in parliament, the exercise carried on undisturbed culminating in the ‘Head of the Snake’ villain fleeing the country to take refuge in a European country where his stay was bankrolled by the same multinationals he had earlier proclaimed to be fighting.

    Achievements

    The real achievements of such a strategy was much greater than what the numbers of those slaughtered reflect. There is probably roughly 2 million Ndebeles still alive today and therefore the first achievement of the 5th Brigade was redefining Ndebele and Shona relationships is so far as to who matters in this country. The Ndebeles now fully know who wields what political clout in this sets the stage for the discussion of other achievements of the 5th Brigade. The achievements include:

    Heritage

    The military offensive in Matabeleland opened new windows of opportunity for the Shonas to reassert themselves in the country as the dominant and numerically superior group in order to repossess our lost glory and heritage, expressed in material, cultural, social and spiritual terms.

    Language

    The Shona language has regained its dominant position in our society. It has become the lingua franca of Zimbabwe in the public sector particularly in government departments such as the army, police, hospitals, schools, immigration, customs, throughout the country. One can now authoritatively demand service in the Shona language, even conduct telephonic conversation anywhere in Matabeleland without any need to apologise for the use of Shona or without the burden of having to speak Ndebele. National Z.T.V. is completely Shona and does very well to promote and develop our language. This is as it should be since Zimbabwe is a Shona Nation.

    We should not give room to the languages of the invading grouped because our intention is to culturally fracture and dislocate them.

    Let us be reminded that language dominance automatically creates many opportunities such as employment, which occurs accordingly to the language spread. Shona speakers are now everywhere, in every corner of the country not as vegetable vendors but as holders of influential positions. This occurrence is not accidental and the doubting Thomases better get this point straight because it cost careful planning.

    Ndebele children now realise that ignorance of Shona is a serious handicap and have, therefore, slowly but surely grown to accept the inevitable relegation of their own language to an insignificant and parasitical second class means of communication restricted to their homes or play in the streets.

    Ndebele can only play a translational role in Zimbabwe and nothing else beyond this – check the Zimbabwe passport, newspaper etc.

    As Shonas, we can now freely traverse the length and breadth of the country armed only with our language for communication. The same cannot be said of Ndebele. We must take note that even when a shona person makes an effort to utter just a single ‘ngca’ or ‘ka’ for ‘qa’, the Ndebele stupidly get amused or fascinated like we used to when the white men attempted to speak Shona, for instance, if the white men in church spoke broken Shona, like ‘imwari yedu’ you could not miss the excitement and appreciation on the faces of the black congregation who believed in the superiority of the English Language.

    The sell-out tea boy, Morgan Tsvangirai, rides on this crest of the success of our policy to elevate Shona to undisputed one National official language. We gather that when he roves around denouncing the President, in his party’s stronghold of Matabeleland he addresses his rallies in Shona.

    He better be advised that this filthy opportunism as he exploits R.G’s deeds at the same time trying to destroy him politically. In any case he is politically a product of Zanu turned prodigal son. The ZCTU, which short him to prominence, was established by Zanu turned prodigal son. The ZCTU which short him to prominence was established by Zanu in the interest of the oppressed workers and Tea-boy better put his act together. Ziva kwawakabva!! Or else hemlock is ready for you Mr Chameleon.

    Jobs

    Roughly 95% of Government jobs in Matabeleland and almost 100% in the rest of the country are held by Shonas. We cited the relevant department earlier and added positions that matter as well as low-grade jobs are invariably in Shona hands. Exceedingly heartening is the fact that the private sector went ahead without waiting for directives to implement the policy successfully. This includes factories, banks, construction companies etc.

    Training in tertiary institutions too has played a very significant role, as it is critical that in manpower development due attention is paid to giving skills to the Majority indigenous Shona who will be able to take up employment opportunities always. Teachers’ Colleges, Polytechs, Universities, all reflect in their enrolment, Shona dominance regardless of where the institution is located in the country. The most educated people are Shonas consequently.

    With time cities such as Bulawayo will be Shona dominated as predicted accurately by the late hero Herbert Ushewokunze who at some point ill-timed the naming of Mshabezi dam as Mwanakuridza. It is a well known fact that the job distribution in the city council of Bulawayo is skewed in favour of Ndebeles. However, it is pleasing that this is the only employer in Matabeleland with a majority of Ndebeles. Efforts must be made to put them in line with the present trend.

    The resistance of the teaching of Shona in all schools in Matabeleland will soon fizzle out. More and more teaching posts are being taken up by Shona college graduates and appointments of Shona school heads has already been won. Students/pupils in all schools in that part of the country will, in the not too distant future be mostly Shona. We must not forget what Nathan Shamuyarira once observed in the 1979 Grand Plan ”The only way to weaken the Ndebele is to deprive him of an education’. Shona is taught in all teachers’ colleges and pressure must continue to be applied to limit the teaching of Ndebele to those few who happen to be enrolled.

    Some churches too are beginning to realise the trend of the times. They have introduced strictly Shona services – a very pertinent move towards achieving our goal. All churches nation-wide must conduct services in Shona to achieve that national cohesion and singular Zimbabwe national identity. However, there are some Bishops of a known church organisation pretending to be self-anointed champions of the Ndebele lost cause. Their days are certainly numbered, as the 4th Chimurenga will leave no stone unturned, even religious stones will roll.

    Culture

    In fact there is no such portion of this country called Matabeleland. This was colonial mischief at its worst, in order to apply the divide and rule barbaric policy. How could invaders have a place named after their tribe as if they were legitimate inhabitants?
    Our culture, robust and durable as ever, is spreading swiftly throughout the country and the agents are known to us all.

    Shona cultural trends are emerging in areas of ‘rowora’ traditionally bastardised as ‘lobola’ where astronomical bride prices are now being sought by every Zimbabwean parent. Burial rites like the mock drama in imitation of the deceased’s fond habits are now done even where no Shona person is present. Once a trend is self-perpetuating, it ceases to need monitoring as it gets weaned off from its architect. The drum and dance at funeral wakes and our trust and faith in black magic have all permeated the social value structures of our former masters.

    National public addresses at official functions are done in Shona. Being a Shona is now a source of pride particularly in Shona assimilates who in place of that cultural void, have received a reward to fill the gap as a result of seeking redemption from Shonas.
    Marriage partner preferences bear further testimony to the superiority of Shona. Ndebele girls will without exception opt to marry a Shona man given a choice between men from the two groups.

    This is not without reason.

    Ndebele men are often savage and brutal prospective husbands. They are ungiving, unprotective and stingy. Since time immemorial, Shona men have enjoyed the luxury of making Ndebele girls pregnant and then deserting them. There are several benefits from this. The young ladies lose out on education, hence on reliable sources of income, eventually resorting to prostitution.

    In fact, our Shona drama script writers have captured this when invariably all loose female characters playing the role of prostitute or infidelity are given Ndebele names such as MaNcube, MaKhumalo. Secondly we have managed to dilute the Ndebeles since children fathered and left by our brothers (illegitimates) are Ndebele by name but Shonas by blood. This is a legitimate form of struggle. The end justifies the means. The true Ndebele population is shrinking and we can all be catalysts in this.

    Business opportunities

    The emergence of Shona indigenous black business entrepreneurs in another great achievement toward our goal. Most black owned retail shops in Bulawayo belong to Shona people, the Chigumiras, Munyoros, etc. Most black owned firms in manufacturing, communication, engineering, clothing, transport, belong to Shonas in the so called Matabeleland. Names such as Philip Chiyangwa, that whiz-kid who turns anything he touches into gold are now household names especially amongst fighters for black empowerment.

    Chiyangwa and others are leading the crusade to funnel every industrial and commercial asset in Bulawayo and elsewhere into Shona hands.
    Consumable products such as milk, beef, soups carry Shona labels. The purpose here is to force the die-hard Ndebele families to start using Shona words in their home.
    Language describes one’s surroundings and it is becoming abundantly clear to the Ndebele that this situation is inescapable and R.G. must take credit for it all.

    Combined Effort

    The military, cultural, economic and political assaults complimented one another very well to bring about the sterling achievements cited above. The success of the business enterprises mentioned elsewhere was calculated. The appointment of a Shona to head the Central Bank (Reserve Bank) ensured that noone else gets a banking licence except Shonas’ paving way for the establishment of the indigenous banks with branches all over the country by Shonas only.

    We now have a Shona dominated banking sector which used to be a preserve of foreigners and there is no doubt that this is pivotal to the indigenisation process. Despite serving everyone, regardless of race, colour, creed, tribe these banks have fulfilled their role in our struggle for Shona dominance and therefore would like to congratulate Julius Makoni of National Merchant Bank (NMB), Leonard Nyemba of Trust Bank (Trustfin), Gideon Gono of the Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ), Francis Nhema of Zimbabwe Building Society (ZBS), Thaka Mutunhu of Agribank, Nigel Chanakira of Kingdom Bank – the list is endless.

    Recently one of these banks helped to establish a Shona person in the heart of Matabeleland North farming area of Nyamandlovu, on the aquifer – the most valuable land in this area. The Shona man from Gweru was facilitated with a $60 million loan to takeover a highly priced productive dairy enterprise from a Swindells who could only take from the Kershelmar Dairies, his personal belongings before he left for Australia.

    The Tagariras, also Shonas from Bulawayo, have taken over large properties (farms) in the same area, thanks to these banks and A2 Resettlement. More and more large properties in the same area, thanks to these banks and A2 Fast Track Resettlement. Shona workers are employed in these farms. One must be a fool to fail to realise such political astuteness on the part of our leader.

    Most of those who are ungrateful to Zanu for these achievements are ignorant of the fact that the 1979 Grand Plan intended to facilitate funding for budding Shona business enterprises in farming, the hotel industry the purchase of large industrial complexes being sold by migrating former Rhodesians such as G & D in Bulawayo. We must appreciate that wherever these banks occur in the country, 100% staff is Shona.

    R.G sourced funds from the IMF and World Bank and then cancelled them into loan disbursement programmes through these banks. No foreign owned commercial bank could be trusted with such funds lest they fail to apply the relevant discrimination against the Ndebeles. Indigenous banks funnelled the funds into Shona hands. And therefore, our obligation is to ensure that the noises made by IMF and company about non-payment does not hurt us politically because the money was put to good use. Those young Shonas tempted to shun the party should seek more information on the 1979 Grand Plan of Zanu.
    Land

    This brings us to the very sensitive issue of land, which has been a bone of contention since the Ndebele occupation of Zimbabwe. Because the majority of people in Bulawayo are Shonas, the rural areas must now be the target. This can only be through the settlement programme. The deployment of Shonas in Rural Matabeleland will be the last blow to break the spine of the enemy. Because of this vision o n our part, political power cannot be allowed to slip into the hands of tyrants. Zapu was an impediment to the realisation of this vision but we managed to destroy it. In the words of the now maverick and controversial Zvobgo being advice to Zapu. ‘There is no less painful way for you than to join Zanu’.

    Nkomo capitulated in 1987 and we all know that the Unity Accord was a farce or spokescreen face serve for Zanu’s one time greatest foe and headache turned tool.
    Shona supremacy is not a dream but a reality. Should you stand idle and fail to throw your weight behind the leadership? Ask yourself whether you could be where you are were it not for Mugabe and Zanu – educationally, politically, economically, etc. Land that is still in white hands must all find its way into Shona hands. The courts can shout until the cows come home.

    Many of us were sent to the gallows for demanding our independence. The question of compensation is a non-starter; white farmer must go to Australia via the UK to collect their compensation. Zanu is simply returning to the rightful owners what is rightfully theirs. Food shortages will soon be a thing of the past – we must persevere. Those whites that bought farms are as guilty as their fathers who horse-pegged Zimbabwean land, parcelling out to war fighters, because they received stolen property. The ongoing agrarian revolution must be won or else our independence shall remain hollow. The party will continue to use Nkomo’s fighters to further the cause but we must know when and how dump them so that their presence within our ranks does not unmake our victories in the area of marginalizing them.

    Fortunately, most of them are not intellectually gifted though to suspect that we are still guided by the 1979 Grand Plan. Zanu will not change – Zipra should change to accept that they are foreigners and therefore not entitled to enjoy the benefits of being Zimbabweans. SO far they have done well in striking terror in the hearts of their MDC colleagues. The struggle is a process – from Mgagau/Morogoro to the establishment of Shona Nationhood, onward ever!

    BACKWARD NEVER!

    The deeds of Great Man must be told while they leave. We need to refocus in view of the presence of the enemy within our ranks.

    FROM THE CORE

    • Wezhira April 30, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

      Phunyukampengo and the Mthwevakadz nonsense.
      I dont think this man at all witnessed Gukurahundi,
      he must be a mid 30year old unemployed juice card vendor who reads too much hate comics.
      Otherwise all those who truly witnessesd the Gukurahundi are quiet in their homes hoping for a Tsvangirai win.

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:05 pm #

        What does Mandeere awandisa mumosangano mean?

        Is this the Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity yini, ndixeleleni bantu?

        • Sharon Dee April 30, 2013 at 3:22 pm #

          That is Shona for: there are too many Ndebeles in the movement and have to be reduced. Once beaten twice shy. Ndebeles sold our country to the whites for a packet of sugar. Never again will we let this happen. Any Ndebele who wants leadership position must be prepared to work under a Shona. Ncube knows this hence he brought Mutambara to Zim. Thats why Shonas did not have a problem with the MDC party at that time. Now we are talking because a Ndebele is out of his place. He wants to lead the Shonas. Ngeke! Asijiki!

          REPLY

          • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 3:34 pm #

            The first honest answer I have ever got from a Gukurahundi tribalist – well done.

            Now we can engage, as long as we avoid these pretensions lovey, dovey cries for unity, and lets unite and remove Mugabe nonsense!!

    • Mutongigava April 30, 2013 at 4:12 pm #

      Gukurahundi was a nice revenge for dzviti days.

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

        @Mutongigava

        I like Gukurahundi Shona tribalists like you – you are honest. At least one knows where you stand, not these other “lets unite and be one” Shona arseholes.

        Badlala ngesikhathi sethu!!

    • Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:42 pm #

      99.9% of the people who live in Matebeleland are cross breeds including you Phunyukabemphete. Truly there is no pure Ndebele even in South Africa today. We are all cross breeds, Shona+Zulu=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. Shona+Ndebele=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. They are Shona if born in Mashonaland. 100 years of cross breeding, there is no zulu or ndebele any more, only the language. So do not be tribalistic you are Shona yourself. Remember the Shona woman abducted from Mashonaland by Lobengula’s man is your mother’s and father’s great great great parent

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 5:51 pm #

        I am not Ndebele mani, lizwa ngani kanti – ngemididi?

  55. Mthwakazi omuhle April 30, 2013 at 1:05 pm #

    wena phunyuka , u are an embarassment 2 us ndebele people – repeating the same old tired posts , maybe u are hpng 2 create controvesy . The issue here @ hand here ngeka baba jukwa not about gukurahundi or tribalism , choose the correct platform and more importantly GROW UP .

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:06 pm #

      What does Ngomo, zidumbu zimuNdevere mean?

      Should we assume this Gukurahundi Shona brand of national unity?

    • Che Guervara April 30, 2013 at 4:20 pm #

      wena mthwakazi omuhle nguwe oyangisayi, ungumdidi boy

  56. TONGAI April 30, 2013 at 1:07 pm #

    @Phunyukabemphethe…….YOU ARE A VERY STUPID NDEBELE AND NOT ZIMBABWEAN…………

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:06 pm #

      I’m not Ndebele!

  57. Phunyukabemphethe. April 30, 2013 at 1:16 pm #

    Ndatendeuka veduwee mashona vanhu kwavo.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:07 pm #

      UPhunyuka akabhali siTshona, except kumaQuotations kuphela!!

  58. Chief Tangwena April 30, 2013 at 1:24 pm #

    Ndebeles Manyikas Rozvi and Zezuru you name it we are Zimbabweans and Baba Jukwa is here to help us get rid of this tyranical government but with the likes of people lyc Phunyuka we wont go anywhere.He/She is the same like Zanu pf who are repeating the same story of liberation struggle.Leave the Gukurahundi past and face the present Mugabe regime that have taken our once beloved country to nowhere but the worse in the world.Every infrastructure we see was done during the smith regime and Bob is even failling to repair the tar marks in our highways hey I hate this government of Zanu stupids.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:14 pm #

      We fight fire with fire because our Green machine MDC party party is being attacked not on policy issues but on the tribe, place of origin and language of its leader Welshman Ncube – without even giving concrete evidence of these accusations.

      When Mutambara was at the helm of the party, nobody ever said MDC was a tribal or regional party – this accusation arose only after Welshman took over.

      Even PF ZAPU whose leader Joshua Nkomo you have now changed tune on and now call him father Zimbabwe, you accused him of being tribal, regional and nearly killed him.

      No Shona person, leader or party has ever been accused of being tribal or regional and yet many of them have never set foot in Mthwakazi – they are Harare based parties!!

      In fact to be precise, its not even the party that is being attacked – its the person of its leader, Welshman, his tribe, his language and his place of origin – thats the truth. No amount of sugar coating can ever hide this Shona tribalism and we will fight it till the end!!

  59. Mutongi Gava April 30, 2013 at 1:29 pm #

    It seems there is a misconception that Tswangirayi is for shona yet past plebscites results show that he has national appeal. To suggest that Tswangirayi is for the shona is in itself a hallucination of the first order, Shona people just like their ndebele counterparts prefer someone who has a national agenda, FATHER zIMBABWE, is a classic example, he was adored and supported throughout Zimbabwe and the country need such characters to be born amongst the likes of Phunyuka, to lead the country without fear or favour. If we are to campaign, then let us do so with a nationalistic outlook, to convince the electorate that we are cut from the right cloth, soiling other names makes them more popular, ask zanu.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:02 pm #

      Yes, Father Zimbabwe was adored by Gukurahundi Shonas to the extent they nearly killed him after bullets missed him by a whisker!!!

      Yes indeed, Gukurahundi Shona love for Father Zimbabwe made sure that he had to run away to Botswana and London from the country he had for years fought hard to liberate from white racist colonialism!!

      HOW IS THAT FOR GUKURAHUNDI SHONA LOVE FOR FATHER ZIMBABWE!!

  60. chaporonga April 30, 2013 at 1:31 pm #

    hama musadaro

  61. CIO April 30, 2013 at 1:42 pm #

    BABA JUKWA IS A GROUP OF 5 DIFFERENT POLITICAL HEAVYWEIGHTS. WE ARE NOW AWARE OF THEM. THE BOMB IS TICKING………..TICK TOCK

    • monomotapa April 30, 2013 at 8:31 pm #

      It should not be your job to be involved in investigating party politics kana uri cee eye or chaiyo. Next time you get such an assignment from your boss, ask kuti muneyi nezvirikuitika muzanu, basa rako iwe nderekutsvaga kuti madiamonds ari kubuda sei muno tozongonzwa mamillion akabhadharwa pasina kanacent raenda kugadziridza pombi dzemvura kumba kwako kunemukadzi nevana uko!

  62. Mbumu April 30, 2013 at 1:48 pm #

    Baba jukwa is Chinamasa, Didymus and Ngwena.

  63. Abel April 30, 2013 at 2:14 pm #

    Besides the phone numbers of the zanu pf hierachy which someone could have leaked, I have never read anything concrete from this Baba Jukwa fella. Please convince me he is not some chep rubble rouser. Some of us who read widely have read about goings on in Zanu pf from the war years and these are some of the things he writes about, taking advantaged of some unread innocent people on facebook. Haana kana dat muface wenyu iyeye.What he is doing is simply irritating the big wigs by leaking their phone numbers so diasporans can irritate them by constantly calling.I challenge someone to tell me what new information this guy has given you.

    • Che Guervara April 30, 2013 at 4:15 pm #

      go to hell

  64. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 2:15 pm #

    We fight fire with fire because our Green machine MDC party party is being attacked not on policy issues but on the tribe, place of origin and language of its leader Welshman Ncube – without even giving concrete evidence of these accusations.

    When Mutambara was at the helm of the party, nobody ever said MDC was a tribal or regional party – this accusation arose only after Welshman took over.

    Even PF ZAPU whose leader Joshua Nkomo you have now changed tune on and now call him father Zimbabwe, you accused him of being tribal, regional and nearly killed him.

    No Shona person, leader or party has ever been accused of being tribal or regional and yet many of them have never set foot in Mthwakazi – they are Harare based parties!!

    In fact to be precise, its not even the party that is being attacked – its the person of its leader, Welshman, his tribe, his language and his place of origin – thats the truth. No amount of sugar coating can ever hide this Shona tribalism and we will fight it till the end!!

  65. Chihota April 30, 2013 at 2:37 pm #

    Ndinoda nyika yangu…I fully support u.People hate ZANU PARTY of FOOLS as someone mockingly called it becoz of its leadership.In Shona we say USHE MADZORO.The English people say NEW BROOMS SWEEP CLEAN.In that party we have people who have been in govt for 33 yrs.What do u expect them to offer u now which they have failed to in the past 33 yrs?Zanu ndaimboida asi ndave kuisemera umbimbindoga,umbavha neumhondi.Rega timbochinja tione zvitsva.

  66. Phunyukabemphethe. April 30, 2013 at 2:37 pm #

    Shona people are a best breed tribal group. Unlike us they do’nt tolerate violence and they are loving bunches of nice roses.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

      What makes your own Shona invasion of the lands of the San in Southern Africa any more innocent than that of the Nguni or whites?

      You are a filthy, tribalistic Shona Gukurahundi pig, all dressed up in Sheep’s clothing!!!

  67. gweja April 30, 2013 at 3:17 pm #

    pfungwa dzako ingori reverse murima sengoko haikona?

  68. Chokwadi April 30, 2013 at 3:48 pm #

    Mandebele anonetsa, ndakuvara ne tribalism akomana

    • Ndabeni April 30, 2013 at 4:12 pm #

      Why brush all of us with tar?

      • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 6:16 pm #

        Its because to Shonas everyone from Mthwakazi is Ndebele when it suits their tribal agendas at a particular point in time.

        Next they will be telling you, you are all Shonas, you adopted Ndebele surnames – there is no pure Ndebele. This is when they are desperate at Shonalising Zimbabwe.

        THEY KEEP CHANGING TUNE LIKE THE WEATHER!!!

  69. iNgaka April 30, 2013 at 3:54 pm #

    Patient Name: Phunyukabemphethe aka mbonisi
    + other names.
    Symptoms: 1. Claims hatred for zanu pf but
    manifests hatred for shona people whom he
    calls gukurahundis. 2. Oscillates between
    constructive and destructive posts as if forgetful
    of previous post. 3. Occasional foul language
    and hate speech. 4. Domiciled in imaginary
    state.
    Prognosis: 1. Mixed Delusional Disorder 2.
    Hallucinational Psychotic Disorder 3. Dementia
    4. Seizural Organic Delusional Disorder ie part
    time Schizophrenia 5. Split and Multiple
    Personality Disorder.
    Treatment: Unknown

    • Anonymous April 30, 2013 at 4:24 pm #

      For a while there Phunyuka you raised interesting and well , valid points . But please don’t hijack other people’s platforms , create your own Facebook and Twitter accounts .

  70. Mrs Moyo April 30, 2013 at 4:43 pm #

    99.9% of the people who live in Matebeleland are cross breeds including you Phunyukabemphete. Truly there is no pure Ndebele even in South Africa today. We are all cross breeds, Shona+Zulu=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. Shona+Ndebele=Ndebele if born in Matebeleland. They are Shona if born in Mashonaland. 100 years of cross breeding, there is no zulu or ndebele any more, only the language. So do not be tribalistic you are Shona yourself. Remember the Shona woman abducted from Mashonaland by Lobengula’s man is your mother’s and father’s great great great parent

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 6:12 pm #

      Shonas are born of prostitute mothers – its common knowledge!

  71. Chief Tangwena April 30, 2013 at 4:54 pm #

    CIO dont threaten people whether they are 5 or 1 Baba Jukwa is telling people your dirty works in Zanu Asijiki .Why do you want Robert Mugabe to rule until death as if he is the only person who fought the war ,what if he die without grooming a successor?Thats why you killed Solomon Mujuru?This time we are closely watching just try it again and the war will start.Bob must retire simple

  72. Phunyukabemphethe. April 30, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

    I love shona women because they have good moral values unlike my ndebele sisters who uphold promiscuity in Mthwakazi.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 6:11 pm #

      Ungabongihlanyela la. Sowu desperate, ngoba sengikwehlule!!!

  73. Beya April 30, 2013 at 5:57 pm #

    Ths Baba Jukwa mst include Ngwena He has a lot of dirty linen bt so little said. Trying to destroy the political ambitions of those who he feels are a threat. No nid to dstroy other pple’s lives in ths way. Also strange is tht Mugabe is criticised bt nothing negatve on Teurai. It boggles th mind. Therein lie the answere Xi strongly suspec

    • Midlands Watch April 30, 2013 at 7:15 pm #

      Baba Jukwa ndiMudha Mugabe wepaKwekwe, no wonder asinganyore zvaNgwena.

  74. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 6:16 pm #

    Its because to Shonas everyone from Mthwakazi is Ndebele when it suits their tribal agendas at a particular point in time.

    Next they will be telling you, you are all Shonas, you adopted Ndebele surnames – there is no pure Ndebele. This is when they are desperate at Shonalising Zimbabwe.

    THEY KEEP CHANGING TUNE LIKE THE WEATHER!!!

  75. Midlands Watch April 30, 2013 at 6:28 pm #

    You will not stop using the word Gukurahundi because you are tribalistic idiot.

    • Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 7:39 pm #

      Its fine, I wear that badge of a “tribalist” with great pride. Go on!

  76. Forward April 30, 2013 at 6:44 pm #

    Haa parikunakidza apa,lolest,,,,

  77. Dubinduna April 30, 2013 at 7:14 pm #

    Amaswina bantu! Hayi ah lafa elihle elikaMthwakazi ngamadetete. Othathekile imota yamaswina. Pato chinadoba!

  78. Deus April 30, 2013 at 11:54 pm #

    Phunyu, aka Mbonisi, aka Welshman

  79. Phunyukabemphethe April 30, 2013 at 11:56 pm #

    Zimbabweans, listen here – to tell you I hate Shona Gukurahundi with a passion. Opening their insides and draining their blood will never ever satisfy me, I simply hate the two legged Gukurahundi creatures!!!

    • Igwe May 1, 2013 at 8:17 am #

      Hey you Mbonisi,you are quickly becoming a nuisance manje,you continue talking of tribalism all the time why?

      To hell with you Mbonisi,bloody bastard.Try to be a grown up okay.Are you married?Your is just full of Ndebeleism and your Mtwakazi,do you think Ndebelez will ever rule the country of Zimbabwe,shame on you okay.

      What are you teaching your kids Mbonisi by practising tribalism?

  80. stevejj5 May 1, 2013 at 6:40 am #

    Mr Editor: Do you have a policy on contributors who promote hate speech and intolerance!

  81. new zimbabwe May 1, 2013 at 8:08 am #

    guys lts not fight on tribal basis wht we need now is more than tribal conflict, we need ‘new prosperous zimbabwe’, the basket of Africa rather than fighting we could be using be this opportunity to equip ourselves with knowledge so lts unite and drive away dictators

  82. new zimbabwe May 1, 2013 at 8:14 am #

    lts prioritise new zimbabwe first, then tribal conflict and resolution afterwards

  83. bhidzambi May 1, 2013 at 8:51 am #

    u can talk to morgan directly at www.zimbabwepriminister.org. The website fr mdc have got contacts to write qns and contribution thus www.mdc.co.zw. Zvesocial network ravawo basa remayouth iro mobilize, encourage, teach, preach, expose, broadcast the mdc gospel among yoself and let the president use a more dignified way like his newslatter wc he gves freely.

  84. Phunyukabemphethe May 1, 2013 at 10:22 am #

    We need to get rid of Shona Gukurahundi tribalism and their 1979 Grand Plan if we want peace, harmony and tranquility to prevail in Zim. Xoshani ubuTshona kuqala!

  85. gazilami May 7, 2013 at 7:27 am #

    cyber war

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