Generals draw MDCs fire

ZIMBABWE Defence Forces (ZDF) Commander General Constantine Chiwenga does not deserve to be the head of the military, but he is best suited for a position in Zanu PF’s politburo or central committee, the MDC-T has said.

Nduduzo Tshuma/ Everson Mushava

Responding to an attack on party leader Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai by Chiwenga, MDC-T deputy organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe yesterday said it was unfortunate that the army chief chose to be partisan, when he was supposed to be apolitical.
The ZDF boss joined Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri, who last week also launched a tirade against Tsvangirai.

“It is tragic that he (Chiwenga)says such things yet his mandate is to protect every Zimbabwean regardless of their political affiliation,” Bhebhe said. “He does not deserve to be in the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, but he deserves a post in a politburo or central committee of a certain political party.

“He should reform and speak on behalf of all Zimbabweans and not for a certain political party.”

MDC leader Welshman Ncube said this reinforced calls for State security sector realignment, as the ZDF was behaving like Zanu PF’s military wing.

“Instead of being a security force for the rest of the people, the army behaves as if it is a military wing of a political party,” Ncube said. “This is the point we had been stressing for the four years we have been in government. That is why we are turning to Sadc to ensure that these issues are solved before we can go to elections.”

On Saturday, Chiwenga described Tsvangirai as “a psychiatric patient and a sellout”, whom he would never meet.

This is the second attack on the Prime Minister in recent weeks by a top security official, after police chief Chihuri inferred that Tsvangirai was a malcontent.
Critics of Zanu PF say Chiwenga’s remarks give credence to assertions that security sector reforms are paramount ahead of the pending harmonised elections.

The MDC-T accuses the military and the police of being complicit in the killing of more than 200 of their supporters in the run-up to the June 2008 presidential runoff election.

President Robert Mugabe has vehemently refused to tinker with the security sector, claiming it would be tantamount to effecting regime change.

Political analysts yesterday said the security chiefs were reaffirming their stance from the 2002 elections, where they said they would not salute anyone who did not fight in the liberation war.

“That is the repetition of a message we have been hearing that the security forces, or rather the few generals up there, will never respect Tsvangirai,” Effie Ncube, head of the National Association of Non-Governmental Organisations, said. “It shows that the security forces will never respect the wishes of the people in the event that Tsvangirai is voted into power. They are also in violation of the Constitution that clearly states that they should not be partisan.”

Dumisani Nkomo, a political analyst, echoed similar sentiments, saying the security chiefs were violating the Constitution.

“The security chiefs should respect the Constitution which stipulates that they salute the Head of State of the time, be it Tsvangirai, Welshman Ncube or anyone who will have been voted into power,” Nkomo said. “If they cannot respect the constitution, then they should resign. Otherwise they should not dabble into politics.”

Trevor Maisiri, of the International Crisis Group, said relations between Tsvangirai and the security chiefs soured as far back as the 2002 elections when they vowed never to salute the MDC-T leader in the event that he won.

“This relationship has continued to sour, mainly because the GPA (Global Political Agreement) failed to create a platform of engagement among the political parties and the security chiefs,” Maisiri said. “The National Security Council would have been the most appropriate platform to address any such challenges — but that institution never saw the light of day.

“The current mudslinging has also increased based on reports that quoted MDC’s Giles Mutsekwa as having claimed that he was meeting the security chiefs in private engagements,” he said. “If these meetings were really taking place, then the current slander is resulting from what the security chiefs may be considering to be unstrategic exposure by the MDC.”

Maisiri said the security chiefs had a reputation to protect and would not want to be seen to be engaging with the MDC-T behind Zanu PF’s back.

“At the same time, if no meetings took place and the MDC was misrepresenting issues, then what we are seeing could be venom coming from the security chiefs, which is motivated by what they see as attempts by the MDC to create internal suspicion and cause further divisions within the Zanu PF camp,” Maisiri said.

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103 Comments

  1. kikikiki a “a psychiatric patient and a sellout”…kachapedzisira kabatwa ma parts ka sellout aka chematama

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      Zim Independent

      Shona administrators must prove they are capable
      By Kudakwashe Marazanye
      I WAS moved by Zimbabwe Saints supporters who were singing with nostalgia
      about their team’s good old days, “.mutserendende, mutserendende,
      mutserendende Dr Love Matavire. ndakambonetsa. kumira neni aive makomborero
      mumvuri womuvonde.”

      Just like Matavire Chikwata chakambonesta and their supporters once walked
      tall. I could not help reminiscing over the good days at Saints.

      Which Saints fan does not have fond memories for the Super Saints of Ephraim
      Chawanda, Henry Mckop, Joseph Machingura etc? I still remember how the
      Saints family was crestfallen when we lost a final to a Shakeman
      Tauro-inspired Caps United in 1979. Aah! Vakomana, choenda here Chikwata?
      With such a distinguished footballing history, what has gone wrong at the
      once-famed Chikwata?

      There is a discernable trend of Shona failure in this and many other cases
      of administrative bungling in this country. Unfortunately this trend only
      serves to reinforce long held stereotypes of Shona dishonesty and bad
      management. Traditionally, whites have had contempt for the cowardly and
      ignoble Mashona and grudging respect for the proud and brave Ndebele.

      The Ndebele had and still harbour contempt for the fickle amasvina. The
      Ndebele still have an unkind refrain about the Shona – thathekile mota
      yamasvina. When in a charitable mood, the Ndebele argue that the problem
      with the Shonas is that they are full of I know, omaningindaba,
      vanamandihindini. So, traditionally, the Shona have always been at the
      bottom of the ethnic pecking order.

      That is why most whites would have preferred a Ndebele government to a Shona
      one in 1980. In their view, Ndebele hands in government were more
      responsible than Shona ones. After all they had wrested the country from the
      Ndebele on their arrival. Even during the liberation war, it was generally
      held that Zipra cadre were a more professional force than Zanla’s army of
      contemptible garden boys turned terrorists. Peter Godwin says as much in his
      book Mukiwa: A White Boy in Africa. With the current problems our country is
      facing, blamed mainly on mismanagement, white liberals are quick to distance
      themselves from President Robert Mugabe declaring that “. I was an Inkomo
      man.”

      Against such a background, it is in the interest of the Shona to prove
      history and their detractors wrong. But instead, the Shona seem to be hell
      bent on confirming such prejudices about their ethnic group. Dynamos and
      Saints are both Shona clubs and they are both in an administrative mess. It
      is a scandalous shame that the Shona in Bulawayo now have to turn to
      Highlanders for a soccer team to root for after the demise of Saints. Even
      the Shona players in Bulawayo have to go to Highlanders to launch a career
      in football when in the past they naturally went to Saints.

      Generations of Ndebele and Shona youngsters in Bulawayo had a healthy,
      non-antagonistic rivalry on the soccer pitch to establish which group of
      youths was better. This good-natured rivalry extended to the members of the
      two ethnic groups at work places and in the various drinking places.

      The kind of friendly rivalry you see in Amakhosi’s Foromani and Sakhamuzi.

      But with the demise of Saints, Shonas in Bulawayo now shamelessly consider
      themselves as members of the Highlanders family, both as players and
      supporters. This is despite the humiliating taunts they are subjected to
      like “okungama buya-buya lokhu; .okungamasvina lokhu.” as correctly depicted
      by Amakhosi at the Highlanders Annual Prize Giving Day last year. At
      national level, soccer administration is largely in the hands of Shonas,
      with Leo Mugabe, a Shona at the helm. At this level the sport is also
      generally in the doldrums due to administrative incompetence.

      Apparently Ndebele administrative superiority over the Shonas is not
      confined to football. The city of Bulawayo is the country’s shining beacon
      in local government administrative excellence. Whilst corruption and
      mismanagement have cost Harare (and some Shona cities too) its glamour
      status, Bulawayo has been relatively well run. And Bulawayo, it must be
      remembered, is the heart and soul of Matabeleland.

      In business, Ndebele businessmen are generally known for their financial
      prudence and modesty. They are also known for their social responsibility to
      their Ndebele community – even though the money might have been made in the
      much-loathed Mashonaland. Over the years we have had Ndebele businessmen
      pouring money into Highlanders for its Champions League campaign and to
      sustain their foreign coach, Eddie May. We have had Delmar Lupepe coming up
      with his Amazulu, Titus Ncube and Chemist Siziba amongst others, sponsoring
      Highlanders. Of course the Bulawayo-based Ndebele businessmen would do well
      to discard their Bantustan mentality where they want the Bulawayo business
      arena to be rid of foreigners (read Shonas).

      The corollary to that warped thinking is that the Ndebele sons making money
      in Harare and other areas outside Matabeleland should be chucked out of
      these areas. So Delma Lupepe, Trevor Ncube, Tammy Msimanga and others who
      have thriving businesses in Mashonaland would have to close shop.
      Ultra-Ndebele nationalism may be good for Highlanders but it is certainly
      bad for ethnic relations. In contrast to the financial discipline, social
      responsibility and modesty displayed by Ndebele businessmen, Shona
      businessmen are given to obscene ostentation. They parade their opulent
      villas and cars, firing guns at funerals in the fashion of gangsters, which
      the less charitable say is exactly what they are.

      Parastatals headed by Ndebele boys also seem to fare better compared to
      those run by their Shona counterparts.

      The Zimbabwe Investment Centre under Nicholas Ncube and the then Cotton
      Marketing Board under Sylvester Nguni were some of the better run
      quasi-government organisations.

      From the foregoing, it is clear that the Shona may well have earned a
      reputation as incompetent, out and out crooks driven by the love for money,
      much like the Nigerians. This does not do any good to their tribe’s standing
      in society, and they should work hard to correct such perceptions and
      stereotypes.

      Because of these negative stereotypes of Shonas, there has been muted talk
      in some circles about whether things wouldn’t have been better in Zimbabwe
      under the late Joshua Nkomo and his PF-Zapu.

      l Kudakwashe Marazanye is a Harare-based freelance writer.

      marazanyek@yahoo.co.uk

      1. masvina acharamba ari panyanga kusvika zvanaka

  2. Ana Smith vaidaro kti nt in a thousanda years asi nhasi vari pasi.zvichapera ana Chiwenga zvamurikuita izvi.basa rekuhurj nevana vadiki.

  3. I think Ncube and Tsvangirai were old enough to have said the same to Ian Douglas Smith that his generals at the time were supposed to be apolitical, i think we cld have attained independence well before 1980. I have never heard of apolitical generals the world over. Iraq was bombed and Saddam killed by whose command? If u follow a command it means u lay ur allegiance to the one who commands u. Its nonsense to say generals must be apolitical. Anyway Tsvangirai was told by the man of God that he will never rule Zimbabwe, dont waste ur time campaigning/betting for a dead horse.

    1. Then explaining freedom is too complicated to you, Saddam you are talking of was a dictactor, his own opinion was governing in Iraq.Is that what you are advocating for?
      We have a problem here whereby one political party infact a few in that political party are claiming our souvereignity, or they are exceedingly the unaccountable freedom , while the rest are suffering from their colonial activities.
      Its not about Tsvangirai rulinng or not ruling but its about , what kind of future we want.Come elections suppose Tsvangirai will contest and loose, he has so many options in front of him, but what sort of future our children will have without freedom?
      He is advocating for freedom , the nation to choose freely not saying he will win, if he looses on free and fair elections thats fare enough, but here you are refusing your freedom.Remember when we are free its not only Tsvangirai and Mugabe, you will be suprised by some of candidates will come out.
      Tsvangirai he has his own problems but was he is advocating for people of Zimbabwe is right, but to my suprise I see fellow Zimbabweans refusing to be free, prefer to be colonised by Zanu elite, its a shame.

      1. Wartog, has no content.

      2. People like Warthog are used to oppression or rather oppressing others so much that they mistake freedom for evil. Infact, Zanu Pf has blind-folded people into thinking that regime change is Western and wrong. What’s Western about having a free and fair election where Zimbabweans (not Americans or British citizens) cast ballots in favour of a candidate of their choice from any of the other parties or Zanu PF. Zanu PF wants to mystify ‘Regime Change? It’s just a change government – that’s excatly why provisions for elections where put even in the biased Lancaster Constitution. What’s wrong about a regime change it if it’s effected through a free and fair election? Zanu PF and people like Wathog seem to believe freedom and fairness are Western phenomena that’s why they will them to their last drop of sweat.

    2. SANDILE NARE

      Who is that man who told you lies that Tswangirayi will never rule?. Zimbabwe will be ruled by anyone voted into power by the Zimbabwean majority. THAT IS DEMOCRACY NOT YOUR PROPHET MANTRA.

  4. The naivety of MDC-T is breathtaking. Constantine Chiwenga fought the liberation struggle on the side of ZANLA (Zanu pf armed wing) and is the serving general today. He went through all those hardships and was there at Mgagao during the declaration yet they expect him, like a computer, to just switch mode and become apolitical. Please grow up if you want to entertain hopes of ruling our country MDC-T. Otherwise people will continue to see you as a joke that you are.

    1. Is Zimbabwe the only country with security bosses who fought against occupation? We cannot continue living in the past when the world is changing mhani!! Enda kuchikoro!!!

    2. SANDILE NARE

      He fouhgt to liberate our country just like most of us who are silently watching events unfolding.

    3. you are a joke yourself. people you are referring to, are yourself. speak for yourself.

    4. there is no problem with the guy being a Zanla fighter, but we are saying this is no longer Zanu but Zimbabwe. So we expect him to become apolitical but if this is impossible then we have no problem with him resigning. That is fair enough for Zimbabwe

    5. Looks like you hate your own freedom. Chiwenga fought the war but that does not mean he owns the country. The people do. What they say through the ballot goes.

    6. Why do you want people to vote then. They can vote u out from you so called country. Silly comment

  5. wich man of god??satan

    1. uzumba uramba pfungwa

    2. It is crystally clear that this country is under a Military rule (gvt) since 2008 but am surprised to note that some political parties including some zpf leaders seem or pretend not to know it.Mugabe came back to power after the so called rerun elections,on military ticket and that was the end of a civilian govt led by a civilian leader.Zpf is being used or abused by Mugabe and his army.The GNU is there on paper only but the actual gvt ruling the country now is the army.If u can’t believe me then u are either a hypocrite or a moron.The title Commander- In-Chief became a daily litany or song just to tell people that mugabe had taken over the country (coup) using military power.Check the number of soldiers that are going to contest the zpf primary elections and also check the number soldiers leading some parastals and and other gvt departments.Check how pple are going to btn before,during and after elections.Vote zpf and u shall be btn every election,vote other parties and your being btn every elections.Zimbabwe vuka/muka and avoid being fooled arud by politicians.When someone fools u once it is that person’s fault but if u are fooled for the second,third,….time then it’s your fault.Pasi ne zpf,mdc-t,mdc-n and Mavambo they are wasting our time and destroying our econony.Industries closing,agriculture poor,unemployment 90 plus percent.What else is left?,politics,corruption,beatings and murder.

      1. xx
        But so that your analysis is also comprehensive and objective, can you draw comparatives with the USA army and how almost every industry is run by an ex-army general, ex-intelligency operative and how for the past five ex-presidents, they had to associate with military or secrete service history inorder to be able to support USA’s foreign policy of economic domination? Do you think in Israel you would run for office without Mossad or IDF history? Think of Iran, China, andclose home RSA. They say Jay Zii was an ex-combatant. How can you seperate JZ from ANC and the Army?The world is never fair enough my friend, and Zimbabwe is just one small corner of the global shit. Think of it!

      2. Xx you had good facts. What do u suggest people can do. RGM is standing in for the Commanders so Zimbabweans voting him out is voting the commanders out. That is not comfortable for the commanders to imagine.

  6. Bhora musango guys.we can groom other generals

    1. Mind you guys ,this land came after a blood shed of sons and daughters of Zimbabwe , so what do you mean if you say tsvangirai must be a president?, satan

      1. Which liberation straggle you are talking about. These guys are just an armed thug group which is going to do nothing other than to destroy our country. No one among them has the guts to say to another in their group this is wrong. They praise everyone who is against people of Zimbabwe. Shame.

        Now this is a warning; We have been quiet for a long time and let our country misruled the way it has become. If Mugabe wins. I will join Al-shabaab. this is not joke I am angry about people like Chihuri and Chiwenga. I will make bombs and bomb their Farms, families etc. This going to be a game changer. why should other people suffer yet others enjoy.

        1. ndosaka muchizodashurwa, calling people who fought for you to be able to open your gob thugs. Waguta nyemba handiti.

        2. Why waste ur time telling us ur motives go ahead and bomb. Akudzivisa ndiani?

      2. SANDILE NARE

        Was is he or is he not a Zimbabwean too?.

      3. Jt unofunga nemhatasu. Our faces cant be recognised becoz of scurs of the struggle for under but we are destitutes in indep ZIMBA. Tsvangirai has better plans for ZIMBA. Vote Tsvangison for President

  7. Mutirowafanza

    Who does Chiwenga think he is? He is a wrinkled, athritic bastard who cant survive a fight but is using gullible men and women to fight his fights. In a street fight he cant stand on his 2 feet. In a war situation he cant go to the front line. Anorwa arimuhofisi. Anoshandisa vapfanha vake. Imi masoja sei muchida kuitwa vapfanha nemumwe murume? Sei muchida kufira Chihure na Chihwenga panokufira Zimbabwe? Chihure and Chihwenga are not Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe is not these 2 fools.

    1. Asi nhai iwe mutirowafanza, saka apa chauri kuti ‘pane kufira Zimbabwe’ ndiTsvangirai here? That would be a shame! Kufira munhu ansingagone kuvhara zipi? Zvimwe ndezvimwe vakoman, lets be serious.Moda kuti tiite nyika yesiki here veduwee?

      1. My sorry enda undo vhuya mbudzi . How many open zips do we have in zpf. Too many to mention. Vote Tsvangison

  8. ana Jojo siyanai nazvo zvenyika izvi Mapfumo akakuudza wani

  9. Phunyukabemphethe

    Zim Independent

    Shona administrators must prove they are capable
    By Kudakwashe Marazanye
    I WAS moved by Zimbabwe Saints supporters who were singing with nostalgia
    about their team’s good old days, “.mutserendende, mutserendende,
    mutserendende Dr Love Matavire. ndakambonetsa. kumira neni aive makomborero
    mumvuri womuvonde.”

    Just like Matavire Chikwata chakambonesta and their supporters once walked
    tall. I could not help reminiscing over the good days at Saints.

    Which Saints fan does not have fond memories for the Super Saints of Ephraim
    Chawanda, Henry Mckop, Joseph Machingura etc? I still remember how the
    Saints family was crestfallen when we lost a final to a Shakeman
    Tauro-inspired Caps United in 1979. Aah! Vakomana, choenda here Chikwata?
    With such a distinguished footballing history, what has gone wrong at the
    once-famed Chikwata?

    There is a discernable trend of Shona failure in this and many other cases
    of administrative bungling in this country. Unfortunately this trend only
    serves to reinforce long held stereotypes of Shona dishonesty and bad
    management. Traditionally, whites have had contempt for the cowardly and
    ignoble Mashona and grudging respect for the proud and brave Ndebele.

    The Ndebele had and still harbour contempt for the fickle amasvina. The
    Ndebele still have an unkind refrain about the Shona – thathekile mota
    yamasvina. When in a charitable mood, the Ndebele argue that the problem
    with the Shonas is that they are full of I know, omaningindaba,
    vanamandihindini. So, traditionally, the Shona have always been at the
    bottom of the ethnic pecking order.

    That is why most whites would have preferred a Ndebele government to a Shona
    one in 1980. In their view, Ndebele hands in government were more
    responsible than Shona ones. After all they had wrested the country from the
    Ndebele on their arrival. Even during the liberation war, it was generally
    held that Zipra cadre were a more professional force than Zanla’s army of
    contemptible garden boys turned terrorists. Peter Godwin says as much in his
    book Mukiwa: A White Boy in Africa. With the current problems our country is
    facing, blamed mainly on mismanagement, white liberals are quick to distance
    themselves from President Robert Mugabe declaring that “. I was an Inkomo
    man.”

    Against such a background, it is in the interest of the Shona to prove
    history and their detractors wrong. But instead, the Shona seem to be hell
    bent on confirming such prejudices about their ethnic group. Dynamos and
    Saints are both Shona clubs and they are both in an administrative mess. It
    is a scandalous shame that the Shona in Bulawayo now have to turn to
    Highlanders for a soccer team to root for after the demise of Saints. Even
    the Shona players in Bulawayo have to go to Highlanders to launch a career
    in football when in the past they naturally went to Saints.

    Generations of Ndebele and Shona youngsters in Bulawayo had a healthy,
    non-antagonistic rivalry on the soccer pitch to establish which group of
    youths was better. This good-natured rivalry extended to the members of the
    two ethnic groups at work places and in the various drinking places.

    The kind of friendly rivalry you see in Amakhosi’s Foromani and Sakhamuzi.

    But with the demise of Saints, Shonas in Bulawayo now shamelessly consider
    themselves as members of the Highlanders family, both as players and
    supporters. This is despite the humiliating taunts they are subjected to
    like “okungama buya-buya lokhu; .okungamasvina lokhu.” as correctly depicted
    by Amakhosi at the Highlanders Annual Prize Giving Day last year. At
    national level, soccer administration is largely in the hands of Shonas,
    with Leo Mugabe, a Shona at the helm. At this level the sport is also
    generally in the doldrums due to administrative incompetence.

    Apparently Ndebele administrative superiority over the Shonas is not
    confined to football. The city of Bulawayo is the country’s shining beacon
    in local government administrative excellence. Whilst corruption and
    mismanagement have cost Harare (and some Shona cities too) its glamour
    status, Bulawayo has been relatively well run. And Bulawayo, it must be
    remembered, is the heart and soul of Matabeleland.

    In business, Ndebele businessmen are generally known for their financial
    prudence and modesty. They are also known for their social responsibility to
    their Ndebele community – even though the money might have been made in the
    much-loathed Mashonaland. Over the years we have had Ndebele businessmen
    pouring money into Highlanders for its Champions League campaign and to
    sustain their foreign coach, Eddie May. We have had Delmar Lupepe coming up
    with his Amazulu, Titus Ncube and Chemist Siziba amongst others, sponsoring
    Highlanders. Of course the Bulawayo-based Ndebele businessmen would do well
    to discard their Bantustan mentality where they want the Bulawayo business
    arena to be rid of foreigners (read Shonas).

    The corollary to that warped thinking is that the Ndebele sons making money
    in Harare and other areas outside Matabeleland should be chucked out of
    these areas. So Delma Lupepe, Trevor Ncube, Tammy Msimanga and others who
    have thriving businesses in Mashonaland would have to close shop.
    Ultra-Ndebele nationalism may be good for Highlanders but it is certainly
    bad for ethnic relations. In contrast to the financial discipline, social
    responsibility and modesty displayed by Ndebele businessmen, Shona
    businessmen are given to obscene ostentation. They parade their opulent
    villas and cars, firing guns at funerals in the fashion of gangsters, which
    the less charitable say is exactly what they are.

    Parastatals headed by Ndebele boys also seem to fare better compared to
    those run by their Shona counterparts.

    The Zimbabwe Investment Centre under Nicholas Ncube and the then Cotton
    Marketing Board under Sylvester Nguni were some of the better run
    quasi-government organisations.

    From the foregoing, it is clear that the Shona may well have earned a
    reputation as incompetent, out and out crooks driven by the love for money,
    much like the Nigerians. This does not do any good to their tribe’s standing
    in society, and they should work hard to correct such perceptions and
    stereotypes.

    Because of these negative stereotypes of Shonas, there has been muted talk
    in some circles about whether things wouldn’t have been better in Zimbabwe
    under the late Joshua Nkomo and his PF-Zapu.

    l Kudakwashe Marazanye is a Harare-based freelance writer.

    marazanyek@yahoo.co.uk

    1. ZVinoita hanganwa akomana. Tinozvitaura pano mukazoti we are being tribal saka rega tinyarare hedu, suffice to say hanganwa dzichakuparirai.

  10. Phunyukabemphethe

    Zimbabwe the Next Genocidal Killing Field
    by Austin Bay
    October 30, 2002
    In 1932, who believed Germans would systematically slaughter German Jews by the millions? In spring of 1994, how many of us in an allegedly savvier, Internet-informed world were ready to believe Rwandan Hutus intended to hack to death 800,000 Tutsis in an orgy of macabre machete violence?

    Pay attention to Zimbabwe, a nation brutalized by the rapidly decaying regime of dictator Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe may well be the next genocidal killing field, with the Matebele tribe the target of Mugabe’s Shona.

    Last February, this column described Mugabe as the Slobodan Milosevic of Africa. Both the Shona and the Serb are thieves, “former Marxists” and ethnic cleansers who provoke ethnic strife, incite economic envy, murder opponents and do so under the propaganda cover of righting long-term historical wrongs. For beasts like Mugabe and Milosevic, “righting historical wrongs” means killing your ethnic enemies.

    I recently returned from three weeks in East Africa, examining micro-development projects run by Africans for Africans. What a good news story. But bad news is like bad money — it drives out the good. Across the continent I encountered Zimbabweans who recounted the last four years’ terrible spiral of events, as Mugabe’s corrupt government turned Zimbabwe from a food exporter to a land stalked by famine. The past 30 months have been dreadful. The GDP has shrunk 25 percent, with inflation up 135 percent.

    Mugabe’s taste for tribal brutality isn’t new. In 1980, with the aid of North Korean military advisers, Mugabe’s Shona tribe savaged the Matabele tribe. From seven to ten thousand Matabele were killed. The world ignored the attacks. At the time, Mugabe was a hero to “global progressives,” having toppled the white racist regime of Ian Smith in the former British colony of Southern Rhodesia.

    Now comes a report from The London Times that indicates Mugabe intends to pull a Milosevic-style Kosovo on the Matabele, with an even larger body count. The document opens with this breathless passage: FOR THE EYES OF THE SHONA ELITE ONLY! PLEASE PASS TO MOST TRUSTED PERSON! PROGRESS REVIEW ON THE 1979 GRAND PLAN.”

    The document was obtained by Matthew Parris. Parris once served in the Rhodesian government, so he’ll be dismissed by “progressives.” Given Mugabe’s track record and the bitter fact of Rwanda, that would be a terrible mistake.

    According to Shona tribal history, in the 19th century, the Matabele entered Shona country (after fleeing Zulus) and took Shona land. Parris describes it as a “narrative” that fits the Shona’s “tribal nationalism,” just like Milosevic’s “Kosovo recovery” fit into a Serb litany of historical wrong.

    The Shona now live in central and northern Zimbabwe and comprise 70 percent of Zimbabwe’s 13 million people. The Matabele are around 15 percent.

    The “Grand Plan” outlines a political, cultural and genocidal campaign for pushing the Matabele back into South Africa.

    Mugabe has systematically kicked Zimbabwe’s white farmers out of the country and given those farms to his henchmen. Famine is the result. Now, Mugabe must distract the hungry, and an anti-Matabele campaign serves Mugabe’s immediate political needs. Parris is even more blunt: “… a fight with the Matabele would enhance Mugabe’s troubled position among his own people.”

    Here’s a key line in the Grand Plan: “For many years both the Ndebeles (Matabele) and Europeans were living under a shameful illusion that the crimes of their forefathers had been forgiven … This was not to be as (Mugabe) the illustrious son of the Shona people ensured that the two groups pay dearly for the evil deeds of the ancestors.”

    These deeds included rape and looting. So what’s the Grand Plan’s means of rectification? The rape and looting of the Matabele.

    Could the Grand Plan be a forgery instead of Mein Kampf? Sure. Mugabe, however, has been stoking these ethnic hatreds.

    The Shona, however, are no monolith. Many Shona oppose Mugabe. The Matabele are also capable of resisting.

    But what happens if ethnic savagery begins? Send British paratroopers? That’s a thought, though Mugabe would portray that as the return of the white colonialists. The real regional peacekeeper is South Africa. Though the South African government has shied away from involving itself with Zimbabwe’s internal troubles, it cannot ignore a genocide on its northern border.

  11. Eveything will come to an end. They may shout,puff,etc but it shall come to a dead end. Age,death are two which we are certain of. Noone will escape.

  12. viva zanu. zanu ndeyeropa. chembere dzirikutonga uye dzichatonga kusvika dzachena choya

  13. Mazidofost of all. ZvimaMDCSHIT. All generals, the world over, are only supposed and expected to be patriots. They can never be allowed to dance, dine or discuss destruction of the state with downright scummish malcontents like Tswangirai. zanupf is here to stay forever. On the other hand the Mdc, starting from 2005 has been and continues to experience disintegration and will soon belong to history like ZUM, NCA and Simba’s Dawn money spinning projects.

  14. Phunyukabemphethe

    “The security chiefs should respect the Constitution which stipulates that they salute the Head of State of the time, be it Tsvangirai, Welshman Ncube or anyone who will have been voted into power,” Nkomo said. “If they cannot respect the constitution, then they should resign. Otherwise they should not dabble into politics.”

    BUT MDCT/TSWANGIRAYI’S GUKURAHUNDI SHONA SUPPORTERS SAY WELSHMAN NCUBE WILL NEVER, EVER BE PRESIDENT IN A MAJORITY SHONA COUNTRY.

    WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE WITH WHAT THE GENERALS ARE SAYING ABOUT TSVANGIRAYI ??????

    LET TSVANGIRAYI ENJOY THE SAME MEDICINE METED AGAINST WELSHMAN BY HIS SHONA GUKURAHUNDI SUPPORTERS!!!

  15. Mapani Muonde

    Chihure and Chiwenga are the key beneficiaries of the primitive extraction of our minerals at Chiadzwa and other places. They have major trepidation at the prospect of non-ZPF party taking power because that would emasculate them, including the gross human rights violations they have spearheaded since the early 1980s. Magwara vasikana ava. If they were men enouhg, ngavakande pfuti pasi and compete on an equal footing politically. Zvakurwira nyika kwavari kutaura kunyepa. Sei vana vaTongogara vachinzi vari kukwangwaya asi vana Chihure naChiwenga vasinga share the filthy riches they have criminally acquired? What is patriotic and nationalistic about eating alone without sharing with your former commander’s children? Muri kunyepera ani apa?

  16. Phunyu, the Sperm Harvester!!!!

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      Its not us Mthwakazi, even Gukurahundi Mugabe thinks you are not only worthless but useless as well, that is why he has scattered you around the globe after using you for decades to achieve his one party state.

      You are now useless condoms – so I dont know what you are talking about, when evidence abounds that you have been rejected by one of your own kith and kin!!

  17. @Mutirowafanza u r dead correct.thumbs up.

  18. Zimbabweans should not be misled by these blood thirsty vampires masquerading as generals, we all know that since 1980 they have committed so many a crimes, including murder of innocent civillians, theft from the fiscus, caused disappearances of many people, Rashiwe Guzha is a clear example, wantom stripping of state assets through open shameful criminal activities, disregarding rule of law,
    in fact the country has been ruled by a mafia, hence if they are to relinguish power, it is obvious the country will have have to release so many prisoners to accomodate zanu thieving thugs.

  19. Magenerals amuri kutaura nezvavo vakomanaka ndiwo akasunungura nyika ino. Kana Tsvangirai naNcube vachidakuita mapreisdent enyika ino they must respect these guys. Dont talk trush of constitution and the generals as they are jealously guarding the constitution right now and guarding it against outside enemies who are now talking about security reforms and ur talking nonsense on top of that. Respect them guys. Nyaya yemagenerals inotaurwa nemunhu ahwina. Parizvino they are under Mugabe and they are respecting him. Dont talk to them because muri kuda kuvakanganisa basa ravo pliz masellouts. Masvotwa nemasoja because final push yakatadza kusvika kustate hse. Magenerals avo isimbi hamadzangu. Ur motive is to weaken the state security and eventually have an opportunity to reach state hse without votes. Makanyangira yaona boys.

    1. Generals liberating this country! Moron. So many died for the quest of freedom, not the so called generals who are busy looting, gripped by great fear, violating the laws of the land and hurling threats they can’t execute. wait and see.

  20. Apana kungotaura chete , come ma elections tione varipi shasha dzemagidi vana Gadaffi? Who imagined kuti vachafira mumakomba, after surrounding himself nenyere dzema Generals oga oga?God if for us all, what cld be rivers cld turn into streams.

    1. Zvakaitwa Gadafi ndozvatiri kurambaka zvemasecurity reforms izvi hatina kupusa tsvakai imwe nzira. Iye mwari wauri kutaura nezvake ndeweduwo futi.

  21. Phunyukabemphethe

    There will never ever be a Zimbabwe again, forget it, khohlwani. Its now Mzansi fo Sho and Gedleyihlekisa Msholozi Zuma ruling the roost.

    With an economy that is one third that of the City of Durban, what country is that? Gukurahundism kuphela. Tshana nja yami, tshana!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Its the Gukurahundi Republic

    Ubumbulu nya!!!!!

  22. People of zimbabwe will have a final say not generals

  23. good guys, you have managed to ignore phunyu. that really irritates him! dont respond to his jabs. pretend he doesnt exist!

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      But you havent?

      1. hahahaha at least Phunyu backs up what he preaches and is regular on the forum

  24. Even those who died would have been doing the same like these living generals. These living heros are there to save the pple. Imi muri kugumbuka are the ones who were advantaged during the smith regime error. Mavakurwadziva kuti vamaimbodadira vave pamsoro penyu. Svotwa kusvikira waibata pfuti.

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      Zim Independent

      Shona administrators must prove they are capable
      By Kudakwashe Marazanye
      I WAS moved by Zimbabwe Saints supporters who were singing with nostalgia
      about their team’s good old days, “.mutserendende, mutserendende,
      mutserendende Dr Love Matavire. ndakambonetsa. kumira neni aive makomborero
      mumvuri womuvonde.”

      Just like Matavire Chikwata chakambonesta and their supporters once walked
      tall. I could not help reminiscing over the good days at Saints.

      Which Saints fan does not have fond memories for the Super Saints of Ephraim
      Chawanda, Henry Mckop, Joseph Machingura etc? I still remember how the
      Saints family was crestfallen when we lost a final to a Shakeman
      Tauro-inspired Caps United in 1979. Aah! Vakomana, choenda here Chikwata?
      With such a distinguished footballing history, what has gone wrong at the
      once-famed Chikwata?

      There is a discernable trend of Shona failure in this and many other cases
      of administrative bungling in this country. Unfortunately this trend only
      serves to reinforce long held stereotypes of Shona dishonesty and bad
      management. Traditionally, whites have had contempt for the cowardly and
      ignoble Mashona and grudging respect for the proud and brave Ndebele.

      The Ndebele had and still harbour contempt for the fickle amasvina. The
      Ndebele still have an unkind refrain about the Shona – thathekile mota
      yamasvina. When in a charitable mood, the Ndebele argue that the problem
      with the Shonas is that they are full of I know, omaningindaba,
      vanamandihindini. So, traditionally, the Shona have always been at the
      bottom of the ethnic pecking order.

      That is why most whites would have preferred a Ndebele government to a Shona
      one in 1980. In their view, Ndebele hands in government were more
      responsible than Shona ones. After all they had wrested the country from the
      Ndebele on their arrival. Even during the liberation war, it was generally
      held that Zipra cadre were a more professional force than Zanla’s army of
      contemptible garden boys turned terrorists. Peter Godwin says as much in his
      book Mukiwa: A White Boy in Africa. With the current problems our country is
      facing, blamed mainly on mismanagement, white liberals are quick to distance
      themselves from President Robert Mugabe declaring that “. I was an Inkomo
      man.”

      Against such a background, it is in the interest of the Shona to prove
      history and their detractors wrong. But instead, the Shona seem to be hell
      bent on confirming such prejudices about their ethnic group. Dynamos and
      Saints are both Shona clubs and they are both in an administrative mess. It
      is a scandalous shame that the Shona in Bulawayo now have to turn to
      Highlanders for a soccer team to root for after the demise of Saints. Even
      the Shona players in Bulawayo have to go to Highlanders to launch a career
      in football when in the past they naturally went to Saints.

      Generations of Ndebele and Shona youngsters in Bulawayo had a healthy,
      non-antagonistic rivalry on the soccer pitch to establish which group of
      youths was better. This good-natured rivalry extended to the members of the
      two ethnic groups at work places and in the various drinking places.

      The kind of friendly rivalry you see in Amakhosi’s Foromani and Sakhamuzi.

      But with the demise of Saints, Shonas in Bulawayo now shamelessly consider
      themselves as members of the Highlanders family, both as players and
      supporters. This is despite the humiliating taunts they are subjected to
      like “okungama buya-buya lokhu; .okungamasvina lokhu.” as correctly depicted
      by Amakhosi at the Highlanders Annual Prize Giving Day last year. At
      national level, soccer administration is largely in the hands of Shonas,
      with Leo Mugabe, a Shona at the helm. At this level the sport is also
      generally in the doldrums due to administrative incompetence.

      Apparently Ndebele administrative superiority over the Shonas is not
      confined to football. The city of Bulawayo is the country’s shining beacon
      in local government administrative excellence. Whilst corruption and
      mismanagement have cost Harare (and some Shona cities too) its glamour
      status, Bulawayo has been relatively well run. And Bulawayo, it must be
      remembered, is the heart and soul of Matabeleland.

      In business, Ndebele businessmen are generally known for their financial
      prudence and modesty. They are also known for their social responsibility to
      their Ndebele community – even though the money might have been made in the
      much-loathed Mashonaland. Over the years we have had Ndebele businessmen
      pouring money into Highlanders for its Champions League campaign and to
      sustain their foreign coach, Eddie May. We have had Delmar Lupepe coming up
      with his Amazulu, Titus Ncube and Chemist Siziba amongst others, sponsoring
      Highlanders. Of course the Bulawayo-based Ndebele businessmen would do well
      to discard their Bantustan mentality where they want the Bulawayo business
      arena to be rid of foreigners (read Shonas).

      The corollary to that warped thinking is that the Ndebele sons making money
      in Harare and other areas outside Matabeleland should be chucked out of
      these areas. So Delma Lupepe, Trevor Ncube, Tammy Msimanga and others who
      have thriving businesses in Mashonaland would have to close shop.
      Ultra-Ndebele nationalism may be good for Highlanders but it is certainly
      bad for ethnic relations. In contrast to the financial discipline, social
      responsibility and modesty displayed by Ndebele businessmen, Shona
      businessmen are given to obscene ostentation. They parade their opulent
      villas and cars, firing guns at funerals in the fashion of gangsters, which
      the less charitable say is exactly what they are.

      Parastatals headed by Ndebele boys also seem to fare better compared to
      those run by their Shona counterparts.

      The Zimbabwe Investment Centre under Nicholas Ncube and the then Cotton
      Marketing Board under Sylvester Nguni were some of the better run
      quasi-government organisations.

      From the foregoing, it is clear that the Shona may well have earned a
      reputation as incompetent, out and out crooks driven by the love for money,
      much like the Nigerians. This does not do any good to their tribe’s standing
      in society, and they should work hard to correct such perceptions and
      stereotypes.

      Because of these negative stereotypes of Shonas, there has been muted talk
      in some circles about whether things wouldn’t have been better in Zimbabwe
      under the late Joshua Nkomo and his PF-Zapu.

      l Kudakwashe Marazanye is a Harare-based freelance writer.

      marazanyek@yahoo.co.uk

  25. hamusarute mt asi akati no kuma election hapana zvamunoita.kubvira 2010 muchingoti maelection this year makaregerei kuita iyezvino murikuti june 29 tichaona makaaita ndopamuchaziva kuti hamuna real power

    1. maGenerals hamurume sezvakaiitika2008 bhora musango ndonyaya yacho.mazpf itai maprimary moona kuti hamuna kungwara.General munovhoterwa naniko isu ndisu anhu acho.vanhu havachadi kudzokera ku2008 vanoziva akavapunyutsa kubva kuma TRILLIONS

  26. Phunyukabemphethe

    Zimbabwean crisis that you created by your “PASI NAMANDEVERE, NGOMO ZIDUMBU, PAMBERI NABAMUGABE” Gukurahundi nonsense.

    Now you want me/us Mthwakazi to help you out of your SEWERAGE shit – never, MORE FIRE!!!

  27. Macomrades ndiwo akafira nyika ino kudhara Avawo vekungoti takarwira rusununguko are jst cowards Why didnt they die too in the war??? What do they have to show for it kuti handina ziso one, handina ruoko or gumbo Zvese vanazvo meaning kuti ivo havana chavakaita muhondo. COWARDS ………………nxxxxxxxxxiiiiiiiiiiiiiim

    1. Haiwawo vana Gracia

      Iwe hauzive kuti kan usingagoni kurwa ukapinda pavhinzi ndiwe unoits mavanga too much? Imhosva here kudzoka kuhondo usina mavanga? Kana une nharo endazve undomamisana nanaNyikayaramba one on one -kana kungomudenha hako kubhawa tione zvamunongoti pwotoro pwotoro.

  28. @MUTIROWAFANZA Very stupid pig, Satan son of Lucifer kwawa kambona General ari a foot-soldier ndekupi? Ko zvekurwa zve-dry hands wazviwana kupi? Kana usingazive zviri nani unyarare. Zviri zvemauto u can not separate those Generals from Zanu-pf it will be like trying to mix oil and water, zvinoo ndozvakaoma izvo. Ndimi vanhu vanongotaura zvisina basa zvese zvamuri kutaura zvirimo kare muFinal Draft Constitution section 208 para: (2) sub sec(a) irikutaura chaizvo zvinodiwa. Saka chanetsa chii? Miriraika President vatange vasainaka mozoonaka kuti chii chicha itika.

  29. Bingu wa Mchombo

    A mthwakazi state is the best,you cannot have an alien dictating in your area,siyakubona lokhu kuzaphela

  30. @ warthog koini ndisina advantage during this rigimeya sekuru vako neya smith wacho.ndoti hanguka pamberi naTsvangison

  31. Phunyukabemphethe

    The crisis in Zimbabwe was created by the Shonas, who supported Mugabe to the hilt in the 1980s – THIIS IS A FACT BEYOND DESPUTE!!

  32. These generals will bring Zimbabwe to its knees, are they the masters of us zimbabweans. NO. so why are we letting them do as they please when we can just boot them out. from http://www.inchis.com

  33. Warthog u r sick minded,a stupid n unreasonable creature who lacks knowledge abt our local politics.Vana vevaporofita munonetsa sterek.Chausingazive ndechekuti Tsvangirai akanzi ndiye achatonga bt was warned not to tell it like dat or else he wudnt see de sun again.God’s will will be seen come elections.

  34. Ana warthog mazino chete.kushandisa pfuti kuziva kuti hamuhwine.taneta nemi nezvimbwasungata zvenyu.COME OCTOBER.Munoita bwa chaidzo

  35. @abel ,chingara etc and all thoze supporting ma thugs aya anozviti ma general including mhondi iyi chiwenga na chihuri yes they represent zanu pf not zimbabweans we now know that and whatever they say will never stop the winds of change nekuti we ar sick and tired nekuudzwa matuzvi ekuti independence,struggle &sovereignity for 33 years and has to come to an end!

  36. Mutirowafanza

    Zizi harina nyanga madhodha! Vana Chiwenga kutiunyanisira kumeso kunge gudo rinemabayo.

  37. I SUPPORT ANY LEADER WHO WILL KEEP NDEBELES OUT OF POWER SIMPLE….

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      Thats good, wonderful!!

    2. @ TIM

      yaah mfana iwewe ndiwe chete uri raiti iwewe. Ndiwe wandichaisa panyanga. Then Gukurahundi Final Part. Mandeere haannzwisisi.

      1. Phunyukabemphethe

        Uphi umuzi onotshwala, uphi – uzowukhomba!!

  38. Warthog clearly does not follow the world news very well! You do not hear of Generals in the west supporting any political party openly! What they support in their personal capacity is kept to themselves and if you follow the elections held in civilised and law abiding countries you do not see frog faced cowards who call themselves Generals postulating and preening like they are some rare species when in fact they are nought but common criminals who feed off society and humanity is best rid of these pieces of faeces to where they belong! The sewer!

  39. Phunyukabemphethe

    More and more Gukurahundi fire on kith and kin, more FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  40. Why not leave the generals alone. The MDC leaders were the ones who started confronting the generals whilst they were quiet but now they are responding and you are crying foul.

  41. Vakuru Vesvondo

    M D C kana mada kutonga itai zvinhu zvenyu makanyarara. Vanhu veMuZIMBABWE taneta nenhoroondo dzenyu.Imi munongotaura thru mapepa manje Zanu inoita kwete kutaura.Even Pres Mugabe vakava wrong mukuru haatukwi vapfana.Tibvunzei isu vakuru.Mapurisa nemashoja vaida kwazvo kukusapotai asi matukiro amunovaita hamubudiriri manje. Chete hamutereri vapfana imi.

  42. regai tiitore isusu samatorere atakaita gutu isu

  43. Zimbabwe will be ruled by arm if Zanu loose election…God be with us….

  44. @Garcia wataura chokwadi.hakuna murwi wehondo anodzoka asina mbonje.ndovaipinda mumwena kana pfuti dzakurira.

  45. This country is run by hooligans. Zimbabweans failed to chose proper leaders from 1980. We don’t know what we want, or who we are really. Does it matter that Ndebeles came from South Africa? Does it matter that Tsvangirai did not go to war? Does it matter that Welshman is Ndebele? NO. A resolute NO. What we need is proper leadership that ensures that the country prospers for us and future generations.

    Perence Shiri, Chihuri and Chiwengwa are evidence that Mugabe is a bad leader. A good leader is always surrounded by good leadership, military or political. A good leader knows when do go, succession planning, and is not afraid of tomorrow! In short the problem lies with us Zimbabweans! Poor, uneducated choices. WE DESERVE WHAT HAS BEFALLEN US!

  46. its better to migrate can any rich shona assist me with legal cost please ?

  47. A regime kills its minorities, the people applaud. A regime takes away land from farmers and gives to peasants without cows or donkeys, the people applaud! A regime prints paper money whose amounts have never been heard of or recorded in peaceful times, the people applaud. A regime kills, rapes, maims all opposition supporters including the leader, the people applaud. Inflation hits 1billion percent, the people praise the Reserve Bank governor. Finally, the regime abandons its own currency, and uses “imperialist” currencies, the people applaud!!

    The people in that country are mad, just like their government! Beyond redemption.

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      Well observed mfana wasekhaya. Divisions in Zim are caused by this mwanawekumusha syndrome. As long as it rules nothing will come right. This idea that you will not empathise with “those people”, because they are not your tribe has brought Zim down on its knees. In normal African culture, wrong is wrong – it does not matter that its being done on people of other tribes, if its wrong, it is wrong it should be condemned.

      Even if its one of your own, doing committing such wrong on people of the other races or tribe. From a moral high ground, if its wrong, it has to be condemned. Unfortunately in Zim we have people who will side with Mugabe when his venom is directed at other people. But, once he directs his venom on them, they expect everyone else to unite with them to fight Mugabe’s Gukurahundism. Things never work that way in life.

  48. @toni pfutseki wher wll u b stndng kasaskam…is ther n honey drppng frm generals’ assholes…hehehe zanu ndeyeropa hw does tht bnft us zirombe renjere mese nehama dzako..fck u!

  49. Madoda lake lezwa ngesihlama se guava esilentanga. Ufana lo okuthiwa ngu phunukabemphete yiso kanye.

  50. Robert G Mugabe

    Tsvangz and Ncube want to remove the Generals and replace them with theirs……. Pause……… Whats that? They want to do things wc were never done before. Why amaEuros and Americans want some things to happen in Zimbabwe which they dont want to happen in their Countries? From the day i knew Tsvangs lyks gays i knew all his policies are idiomatic. MDC t and n not in Zimbabwe.

  51. Chiwenga and Chihuri are just fooling themselves ,They wil see what we are made of , when the MDC-T comes into power later this year .. They don’t need the to salute President Tsvangirai because they would be in jail with other criminals …what they don’t know is that they are so many senior people in the army and Police force waiting to fit into their shoes …Tsvangirai is going to state house befuna bengafuni .

  52. The generals are going,mugabe is going.solders we are suffering tired of begging mahwindi for transport we are weak we cant afford to defend our country we are hungry a change is needed if they want war fine but dont be surprised to see tsvangirai with more army than the generals think they have.they dont love mugabe they are protecting the wealth they stole from our lovely nation.dont be fooled these guys are afraid tsvangirai proved to be a man of steel.viva zimbabwe ,viva tsvangirai

  53. punyu you are a SON OF A BITCH! and i like that.As per M D C -T forget and smile if you think Chiwenga,Sekeramai etc might step down as soon.If M D C -T rule this Zimbabwe then the death of sons and daughters who fought so hard for our freedom will be in vain.Zimbabwe is a cultural, rich,peaceful country which needs a decent and effective leadership and M D C is definately not a party to deliver that.

  54. Wait till the day the mad pig eats its own children! Hehehe, where is Rex Nhongo the great? Where is Gezi? Where are the countless others who died mysteriously? Where is Cain Nkala? Hehehe these Chihuris shall die like flies!!!

  55. whats so special about so called generals?generals to who??of killing and looting ka?mugabe mukuru wenyu not isu our godfather is prime minister morgan tsvangirai ….pasi nemhondi ne mbavha ne nhunzvatunzva dze zanu!!!

  56. haaa you are lost Tsvangirai can not provide you w anything.Work my friend not to wait for the change.For your own info Tsvangirai is not going to be seen, come election.iwe MUZIMBO ungasupporte munhu anoudzwa zvekuita nemaENEMY OF ZIMBABWE,hauone kuti ukubatwa kumeso..Austine usangoita gundamusaira yekuda change unozodemba pfaname

    1. Phunyukabemphethe

      Thats me, mfanekhaya. Uthi kanjani manje? Zikhiphani emagumeni?

  57. the hungry is always aggressive

  58. Yu talk about death of zim sons and daughters who died for this country thanks to them for what they did we will always remember.but those who are stealing pasi navo we went to DRC and many of our sons died for what for greedness no not anymore Zanu must go.

  59. Which man of God are talking of?Inguva chete shamwari Zimbabwe ndeyemunhu wese chero asina kuenda kuhondo even aitobikira Ian Smith ndeyakewo.Kana Smith aingotiwo munhu mutema haasi kuzotonga asi the rest is now history

  60. Wel it shall end they know it: it was wrong time wil come

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