Chamisa is right: Commonwealth

THE Commonwealth election observer mission to Zimbabwe yesterday dropped a bombshell, describing electoral reform demands by opposition MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa ahead of Monday’s general elections as “reasonable and justified”.

BY VENERANDA LANGA/RICHARD CHIDZA

Team leader and former Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama told journalists in Harare that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) had a legal duty to consider input from all stakeholders “to create a level playing field and an opportunity for anybody participating to be able to win”.

He said there was nothing amiss in Chamisa’s demand for transparency in the electoral processes, including printing and security of the ballot papers.

Mahama warned that their observer mission report would guide Commonwealth secretary-general Patricia Scotland to decide whether Zimbabwe qualifies for readmission into the former British colonies’ club.

“We are aware that Zimbabwe seeks to rejoin the Commonwealth. I believe these elections will play a key part in looking at this assessment,” Mahama said

“The Commonwealth observes elections only in member countries. Zimbabwe was a member of the Commonwealth and this mission came as special request of the government and so even though it is an exceptional case, the secretary-general Patricia Scotland sent this mission,” Mahama added.

Chamisa has threatened to stop the Monday elections, demanding transparency in the printing of the ballot paper and security of the ballot, but Zec has dismissed his demands as outrageous.

Mahama told journalists that political parties had a right to be heard by Zec, if democratic elections were to be achieved.

“During the run-up to elections, no demand is unreasonable and it is for Zec to listen to those complaints and look at the law to see if it can be amended,” he said.

“So no demand is unreasonable and every political party has a right to push to ensure there is democracy and given that elections are a human process, we need to consider everybody’s demands.”


Mahama said issues raised by opposition political parties and civil society groups were mostly to do with the quality of the voters’ roll, layout of the ballot paper, fairness and access to the media.

“We were discussing with Zec yesterday about the printing of the ballot papers and everywhere in the world it is the role of the electoral commission to do so. But in the future, Zec might want to ensure every stakeholder can be part of the process,” he said.

Mahama said he was confident Zec would polish the rough edges and resolve the outstanding issues before Monday’s elections.

“The key issue is to create a level playing field and an opportunity for anybody participating to be able to win. There must be transparency, fairness, access to the media and a voting process where people have access to cast their votes, and those issues will be factored in our final report,” Mahama added.

The Ghanaian politician chronicled how in 1991, the Commonwealth Heads of Government met in Harare and issued a seminal declaration committing their countries to a set of principles, including democracy, the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary, a just and honest government and fundamental human rights.

In 2003, Zimbabwe pulled a shocker and withdrew from the Commonwealth after former President Robert Mugabe was cornered by Western countries over gross human rights abuses and electoral fraud.

In May this year, President Emmerson Mnangagwa then wrote to Scotland, asking her to initiate the re-admission process.

Addressing journalists in the capital yesterday, Chamisa ruled out boycotting the forthcoming elections despite raising concerns over the uneven playfield, saying he would participate “to validate our victory”.

“If they rig or cheat, they will face the consequences. It’s not a threat, but reality. We will not accept any fake result or any fiction. We will only accept genuine elections. If there is going to be any genuine election, it will only be an MDC Alliance victory,” he said.

“We are not accepting anything less than a victory for the people. We have the capacity to make this country ungovernable and if we are to do it, Mnangagwa would not be able to stop it. We must be applauded for keeping things together because the youth are willing to go an extra mile.”

The 40-year-old presidential candidate alleged Zanu PF was now panicking.

“Mnangagwa is staring defeat. He should not be afraid of the inevitable. We want to assure Mnangagwa that he has nothing to be scared of; he must be there to accept defeat with magnanimity. And we are there to embrace him as a former President, as a citizen and as a liberation war icon,” Chamisa said after holding marathon meetings with his party’s top organs and fellow MDC Alliance principals to review the electoral environment.

“We can’t boycott ourselves; that is what losers would want us to do. We don’t take advice from losers. The people want us to defeat dictatorship, tyranny, poverty and hopelessness. This is why we are giving them a fighting chance. I can’t be written in history as the person who betrayed and deprived the people of their God-given right,” Chamisa said.

He added that his party had put in place mechanisms to guard against Zanu PF’s manipulation of the vote.

Meanwhile, spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Liz Throssell has welcomed the widening of the democratic space in Zimbabwe ahead of the elections.

“It is encouraging to see open political rallies and peaceful demonstrations being held in Harare, as well as the many expressions of cautious optimism from civil society,” she said.

“The presence of some international human rights organisations, in addition to the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission and the Zimbabwe Gender Commission to monitor the human rights environment around the upcoming national elections is also a welcome sign.”

The UN Rights Commission, however, raised concern over reports of violence and voter intimidation, particularly in rural areas.

The African Union (AU) Observer Mission to Zimbabwe on the other hand urged aggrieved opposition parties to follow legal channels for recourse.

AU Observer Mission to Zimbabwe head and former Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn Boshe told journalists that they were not in the country to decide on the result, but to see whether the process and framework was democratic.

“We encourage all parties to take part in the process and continue with the democratic process. They should also follow the legal channels to resolve their grievances,” Boshe said.

96 Comments

  1. This kind of reporting is unreasonable. We saw the press conference, Mahama categorically stated that if the demands are not within the law then ZEC cannot be pressured. The LAW is the key word in his statement, not those lies about Chamisa is right, infact Mahama is saying Chamisa is wrong because the demands are outside the LAW.

    This irresponsible journalism

    1. Doctored journalism to achieve a hidden agenda. This is immoral and against all codes of objective journalistic best practice. Newsday has taken gutter tabloid journalism to a new height!

      1. Really? What about the Pollyana journalism from the Zimbabwe State media? Those who are paid to lie to the naive and desperate?

      2. “We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars”

    2. Berry You sound to be very mature and professional. Sure the key word here is LAW. If ZEC is responsible for the printing of the ballot paper then why is Chamisa very loud alone. Out of the 134 political parties only Chamisa is too vocal. Chmisa is trying to filter bad things to the electorate. If he continues with this attitude the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act will get him in prison or liable to a fine for initiating violence and instability in the country.

      1. Such threats have never thwarted democracy. They have been done time and again. A new idea can never be imprisoned. Your “heroes” are the ones who have brought hunger and instability into the country. Try to think for yourself, it’s amazing and will free you from state propaganda and servitude. You’re a perfect candidate for a political system that enslaves you.

        1. very true indeed……chamisa’s issue is not an mdc alliance issue, rather its a natioanl issue…people should not try and blind off the public by saying mdc alliance is the only vocal party….we all are….these electoral reforms should be put in place….there is plenty of crap that zec is cooking here…chamisa stands justified and the observers all know that….

    3. I agree with you here when he referred to the law apedza nyayayese coz and the fact that the Electral act can only be amended in parly then zvafa zvakaloader. next

    4. IN ZIMBABWE WE DONT NEED ZANU PF ANYMORE

      1. CHAMISA AND HIS RED SHIRTS ARE NOT ZIMBABWEANS ALONE.ZIMBABWEANS INCLUDE THOSE IN YELLOW,BLUE ETC SHIRTS. THEY SHOULD RESPECT ZIMBABWEANS’ VOTES BY NOT SAYING BEFORE ELECTIONS THAT IF HE DOEZNT WIN ,ELECTIONS ARE NOT VALID…THRWZE HE BECOMES A SECURITY THREAT…

  2. This is totally silly and its not what the Commonwealth said as there repeated the fact that demands which are not covered in the electoral act are unforceable but there will be need to fine tune the ACT going forward.

  3. but are the demands unreasonable?

  4. Comment…Newsday you are not ashamed to write lies, Chamisa is wrong to demand something ultra vires the law, why should you twist the statement of the commonwealth to suit your propaganda… shame

    1. but are the demands unreasonable?

      1. We dont care about being reasonable or what but what matters is the law longjohn. The new constitution Chamisa is part of it so why would he want it not followed?

  5. But are the demands has been met naa?

    1. Its not about meeting the demands but ” Are these demands being covered in the constitution”

  6. Feldman Bandura

    The Commonwealth is right. Chamisa is right. MDC Alliance are just demanding that the playing field be level. Yanga yakaipei! Tshisa mpama, tshisa!!

  7. Progressive Zimbabwean

    I thought I was missing something. I heard him speak and what I heard was that he was emphasizing the law and saying the requests by parties has to be within the confines of the law. This is surprisingly different and also disturbing in the sense that it creates an expectation on the readers. Whilst there is nothing wrong in having the ZEC chair adopting a more transparent approach to the extent of even adopting everything that the MDC is saying, as journalists we have to be responsible because we might end up inciting people to act in a certain manner because of the perception that we would have created using the pen. Let us report the truth nor matter how unpalatable it might be.

  8. Progressive Zimbabwean

    This is what we call fake news. That is not what was said. Be a responsible journalist. Inform people. Do not write your opinion and attribute it to someone. It is irresponsible to do so because you may incite people to act in a certain manner.

  9. uyu munyepi uyu nxaa shit mhani

  10. Handei Tione!

    Meanwhile, the security forces should be on very high alert so that they may deal with those who want to orchestrate anarchy in this country should they lose the election. It is dangerous and highly unacceptable for a candidate to declare that either he should be declared winner or the country will slide into lawlessness, implying insurrection, insurgency and banditry.

  11. These Newsday reporters are taking readers for granted,what is the purpose of trying to twist news that would have been broadcast live on TV and not on ZTV alone but on other external TV channels so what is the motive,we don’t pay money to be fed with biased reporting but what we want as readers is to issued correct events as they unfold.

    1. I have just listened to the interview yaMr Mahama. I don’t think this journalist atadza kureporter. the only problem with us neyekusada kuudzwa chokwadi

    2. Ubuntu chokwadi chagara chinorwadza. kana TV or ZTV isina kutaura izvozvi ndiyo yakatonyepa cz I have jus listened to the video itself. let us learn to embrace the truth. running away from the truth will take us nowhere.

  12. there will never be free and fair election election results will be cooked and zanupf will win by margin with the help of foreign forces like china and israel using their it company zanupf will steal elections thats why press mnangagwa allowed reforms knowing he will win through robbing opposition

  13. Commonwealth has devastated ZANU PF to such an extent that its supporters are visibly shivering as evidenced by the noise they are making. When ZEC was on your side you where quiet but Commonwealth news has disturbed you. All election observers please do a good job of making sure elections are democratic, transparent and inclusive.

    1. Edmore what the Commonwealth said is not about a political party or its supporters. What the people are requesting is that Newsday relay the truth to the people without fear or favour. Watch the video to make an informed comment.

  14. Farai Johnson Nhire

    These so called journalists are so thick headed to such an alarming level. They want to sell all these obvious distortions believing the world will take them seriously forgetting that in this era of multimedia diversity,the public will always have their way to the undisputed facts and truths. And as far as Chamisa’s threats are concerned, there is reasonable ground to beiieve it’s just a face saving bluff. The boy must have seen the danger he was about to plunge himself into and decided to backdown and i want to aplaud him for listening to the voice of reason. There is no politician who has a monopoly over the youths to the extent of blackmailng political rivals with them because every political party has its own youths.

  15. This is professional journalism in comparison to the Herald which tells childish lies on every page except the sports page

  16. YOU PEOPLE, CAN YOU STATE WHICH DEMAND IS OUT OF THE LAW?,

  17. Well done Commonwealth for your steadfast in saying that ZEC should listen to Opposition parties demands of transparency and inclusivity in the impending presidential elections that a stone’s throw distance fro this day. Safeguarding our ballot papers and random testing of the ballot paper chemical composition do not need the constitution.

  18. The good thing is most people heard the truth and there are so many media houses reporting the truth so newsday’s lies will not confuse a lot of people in fact it will help in reducing their sales.

  19. Are the requests by MDC Alliance outside the law? We have commentators on this blog who might even be primary school drop-outs from their content, who cannot distinguish between facts and opinions. ZEC cherry-picks what it wants to implement and the Commonwealth is clearly pointing out that every contester must be AFFORDED A CHANCE TO WIN – there is nothing to be considered an unreasonable request provided it is legal. Only stupid people would argue against that, otherwise why conduct elections at all if the result is predetermined and there is NO LEVEL PLAYING FIELD? With ZEC behaving like a rogue organisation, Zimbabwe might NOT be admitted into the Commonwealth. It is easy to see that the standards upheld by the Commonwealth are by far higher than those of AU and SADC, which is why RMG pulled out of this organisation in the first place. The arrogance of Zanu PF and its crew has now met its match!!

  20. If re-admission into the commonwealth is all about instituting arm twisting tactics then no wonder why R.G pulled out,these observers should not come here to please the opposition but to preside over the partial handling of elections.We therefore do not expect this former Ghananian politician to give his personal view but professional view based on professional requirements of the Commonwealth.

  21. Are the requests by MDC Alliance outside the law? We have commentators on this blog
    who might even be primary school drop-outs from their content, who cannot distinguish
    between facts and opinions. ZEC cherry-picks what it wants to implement and the
    Commonwealth is clearly pointing out that every contester must be AFFORDED A CHANCE
    TO WIN – there is nothing to be considered an unreasonable request provided it is legal.
    Only stupid people would argue against that, otherwise why conduct elections at all if the process is predetermined or flawed and there is NO LEVEL PLAYING FIELD?
    With ZEC behaving like a rogue organisation, Zimbabwe might NOT be admitted into the
    Commonwealth. It is easy to see that the standards upheld by the Commonwealth are by far higher than those of AU and SADC, which is why RMG pulled out of this organisation in the first place. The arrogance of Zanu PF and its entire crew has now finally met its match!!

    1. hazvisi zvekuitirana nharo nezvakataurwa nevecommonwealth, video iripo payu tube vanonzwa chirungu ngavateererewo vazvinzwire. I don’t think newsday yanyepa. isu tisu tisiri kuda kubeliever chokwadi.

    2. Yaa, kwahi very high literacy rate, yet chozikamwa hapana, gaya primary school drop-out apa brain dzagara futi hadzimo

  22. Professional Journalism there!

  23. One question. Do you care for the truth or is that too old fashioned for you?

  24. just play video payu tube muzvinzwire

  25. tendai chaminuka

    Nhai Nyuzuday why not say Chamisa has matured and declares no Election boycott.ED PFEEE

  26. CHAMISA PFEE

  27. Concerned Citizen

    Newsaday has now become an MDC propaganda machinery

    1. Just like the Chronicle and the Herald plus ZBC for zanu pf

  28. Stupid journalism

    1. Dull reader.

  29. Farai J Nhire

    The requests of Mdc Alliance are very shocking. The quality and chemical properties of the ballot paper are stricly security sensitive and a a secret of the referee. Why must any contestant have enough information that will enable them to make their own counterfeit ones and use them for pointing an accusing finger at zec? Have you ever heard of a central bank governor who teaches the citizens of his nation how money is printed and the quality and type of paper used and were it is found? Why do central banks strive to put security features that are very dificult to imitate on bank notes? Zvimwe zvinhu zvamunochemera vana vadiki zvinototyisa. Ndizvo saka mumwe wenyu nelson ari kutochemera kupfekedzwa gown riri oversize kwaari!

    1. DIFFERENT ISSUES

  30. Chamisa has managed to destroy the MDC, very soon the MDC Alliance will be history, unless he returns to the original party led by Doc khupe. Why vachingo spliter towards maelection, trace their history and see. Sign of greediness and confusion. ED Pfeee.

    1. The greedy ones are those who want to cling onto power and office when no longer relevant to the future. You’re free to support them – stupidity is a choice.

  31. Can somebody explain the meaning of this phrase ‘…no demand is unreasonable…”.I heard it coming from Commonwealth representative.

    Weldone Commonwealth for saying the truth.

  32. Joshua Pfeee

  33. Very disappointed by this kind of reporting…..

  34. Comment…I have read both herald and newsday .Good reporting on this one newsday.What am happy about Chamisa is hiting the right notes at this most important time of election incluseness of all Zims.

  35. Kempton Sibanda

    @Chamisa, Prof Wesh Ncube,T Biti
    The blood suckers have deployed soldiers as ZEC presiding officers at selected polling stations where rigging will take place through multiple voting. Tobaiwa Mudede has given those involved in the operation multiple IDs to facilitate this. the anti duplication machine is fake. the ink is washable so dont bank on it.
    Chigumba has been promised a slot at the Supreme Court eventually rising to Chief Justice. that is why interviews for judges were done away with and Mudede was retained inspite of age.

  36. Wedenga must not just qote a phrase, that how you put wrong words in another person’s mouth! Important statements must always be understood with their full cmtext. He said no demands are unreasonable as long as they are within the confines of the law and the one regarding the type of paper used is reasonably unlawful. That will enable mdc alliance to make their own fake ballot papers which are not distinquishable from the genuine ones and make a case against zec after losing the polls which they know is inevitable.

  37. lies lies LIES

  38. All Demands which Chamisa are making are valid claims whats there to hide if this is a free and fair election as they are saying…. THE QUESTION ARE THE DEMANDS UNREASONABLE?

  39. concerned citizen

    Chamisa is right: Commonwealth (Newsday)

    Commonwealth on MDC demands(Herald)

    Saka paper riri kutaura chokwadi apa nderepi

  40. GO CHAMISA GO.WE SUPPORT YOU.

  41. harisi bepa chokwadi iwe ndechekuti Chamisa ndiye ane yese full stop zec nezanu this time hamulume koffi anani we have our elders here go back to where u come from be elder there!chamisaaaaaaa woyeeeeee

  42. thank u reporter and mr editor pliz keep up the good work n musaterere madofo asina kudzidza kutaura kwausina kuswera

  43. This is gutter reporting and completely devoid of any impartiality.

  44. Nhema dzako usafadze Chamisa nenhema

  45. The demands by Chamisa could be correct;but what is wrong is the timing & the venue.You can’t make such complains when already in the game;rules are made well before the game is yet to b conceived.To cut the story short-Chamisa should lodge his complains either with parliament or the courts at appropriate times not when we are already at the game

    1. The demands were not issued yesterday. MDC has been asking for all these all along. But when your focus is on arguments not facts, thinking or listening…you tend to catapult yourself into a tangential trajectory. This disease is common in almost everyone who supports Zanu PF.

  46. Chamisa and his corrupt crew wanted to know the exact composition of the paper in order to make fake ones so as to use them to acuse zeck for cheating on behalf of Ed. They even hired a company where Nelson is a major share holder and paid more than half a million dollars but the company was waiting for a master copy from zec that would be obtained on the grounds of questionable reasons which they are now giving for such a silly demand.

  47. SO who do we follow now The Ghananian guy OR Koffi Annan . These foreign observers does not seem to understand the Zimbabwe Politics , our laws and Constitution . they must impose laws from their country into our democratic processes . Its so strange this Ghananian guy does does not give credit to the current administration for creating this excellent environment for a a free and fair election were the same oppostion party that he is supporting is campaigning freely here . He want to discredit us so that we can not be accepted back into the Commonwealth Club He only came recently and he has already taken side. We do not want to be dictated by some ex-Ghananian President who did not achieve his presidential aspirations and now want to impose his laws on us . Go BACK TO GHANA SIR !!!!

    1. Learn to deal with facts not your Zanu PF drivel on ZBC/TV and the state newspapers. Wake up and learn to think for yourself, it is not easy but achievable !!

  48. Vanhu veZanu pf muri kuchemei ko,nekuti chokwadi chataurwa apa chiri kukurwadzai nee? ZBC yenyu zvairi iyo wani inogara ichitaurira vana veZimbabwe manyepo,budiriro yezvamaita yenyika nekunyepera vanhu kwamunogara muchiita iripiko? Mibairo yenhema kusabudirira kwenyika nekushungurudza vanhu vachindorarira mumitsetse yemaBank yekundobura 15 dollar bond pazuva rega-rega.Khahle-khale Zanu pf ibato remaPrimitive Apes vano zvitorawo sevanhu vemuZimbabwe nekuti pfungwa nemoyo havana. Bato iri richaparara chete kuda kana kusada,nguva iri kusvedera.

  49. Whereas I congratulate the opposition for fighting for a fair field on the basics, the greatest deceit follows after casting the vote.
    A ‘stranger’ can remotely gain access to a voter registration database- the vital foundation of election integrity and control who can vote and who cannot vote or rather credit a candidate with votes intended for their rival(s) thereby manipulating electoral justice and controlling democracy.
    Unfortunately, its impossible to audit the tally because the only recorded votes would be in the compromised machine itself.
    I wonder whether the opposition has enough ICT experts to detect and unearth such a well choreographed electoral fraud that has lately denied candidates outright wins.

  50. Vanhu veZANU vakajaira kupwanya masystems at the expense of innocent Zimbos bcoz ivo vanenge vachingoba chete and vakungoona ma irregularities ese as a normal way of running things!! They are just a shameless lot. Chavarikumbotya chiiko kuti ma demands acho aitwe addressed?

  51. The comment on the Commonwealth comments on the forth coming election in Zimbabwe sounds altogether different in The Herald and in The Newsday newspapers of the 26th of July 2018. Both carry comments made by Mr John Mahama,former Ghanaian President, who is Head of the Commonwealth Observer Group to the election on the 30th of July 2018. Which paper is being economical with the truth?

    1. Take your pick. Everyone who works for state media is employed by the government and in Zimbabwe, they are shackled to Zanu PF period. Those are the “diesel from the rock” and “Mugabe is god” media. So yah take your pick.

      1. @ Sagitarr – Its better to be quiet than utter nonsense. There’s no need to blaspheme. There’s only one true God. All other gods are falls gods. Thats the problem with you Zanu supporters. You elevate someone foolishly to the status of God. Your EDiot also, repeatedly says” This party is holy” Zanu Pf ? – NO NO! Only God is. Surely you would expect a Zanu supported and leader to be wise in some subjects but it seems daftness is in all areas of your lives.

  52. “We can’t boycott ourselves; that is what losers would want us to do. We don’t take advice from losers. The people want us to defeat dictatorship, tyranny, poverty and hopelessness. This is why we are giving them a fighting chance.

  53. Just to help clarify some logic here. Why would a newspaper that was praising Rob Mugabe for pulling out of the Commonwealth over human rights issues agree with the Commonwealth today?

    The Commonwealth standards are higher than the bulldust of SADC and AU and are consistent with their values. They call a spade a spade not a big spoon!! SADC & AU representatives are probably on holiday and might just call a spade a large spoon.

  54. MDC MUCHAMAMA .ed PFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  55. ed PFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  56. munomama machinja.ED pfeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  57. what a false, stupid headline, the video is all over the internet

  58. A little historical background can help the younger readers gain a perspective of the Commonwealth. I quote from a BBC online archive:-
    “Zimbabwe was suspended from the Commonwealth in March 2002 after a presidential election which saw the (then) 79-year-old Mugabe voted back into office amid widespread vote-rigging, violence and political repression”

    If anyone thinks for a moment that the Commonwealth standards have dropped (like our standard of living in Zimbabwe) then they need to wake up. If the perception of the elections next week falls into a similar category we’re doomed.

    As far as I can recall only the independent newspapers in Zimbabwe condemned the unilateral action by one man (not the govt). The other so-called state newspapers were praising that move as much as they have celebrated the demise of this country all along.

    Not everyone in Zimbabwe is a fool, idiot and has a short memory….some of us have very long memories and experiences going way back to Rhodesia…

  59. Mbavha nemhondi dzeZanu pf ,dzinotowacha chete and this havalume mirai muone !

  60. Zanu PF, a party full of thugs and supported by thugs. We keep telling u that you were brainwashed long ago and u don’t believe us. Even if Jesus Himself was to say that Chamisa’s demands are NOT unreasonable , most of you EDiot bootlickers would still deny. We really question your smartness you Zanu slaves. U cant distinguish between reasonable and unreasonable. Don’t forget MDC is packed with lawyers whilst ZANU is loaded with thugs, who cant add 10+4
    Vote for change or forever be an EDiot in the school of imbeciles where foolishness abounds and numbs the brain!

  61. Kuwiriranakwakanakakugarakunzwanana Garanewakomurudohamandishe

    Zvakanakayi vadikani vene veZimbabwe, mutapi wanyora manzwiro ake tomboti. Asi zvirikunzi naNerisoni zviitwe neZEC zvine musoro here kana hazvina musoro, kana kuti apachina nguva yekuti izvi zviitwe? Uye zvagara zvirimo here muBumbiro reMutemo renyika yeZimbabwe?

  62. Comment…Chamisa pfeeeeee pasi nezanupf yevaroi nini changu kuta kuvunza kunamnangagwa and his entire cabinet kuti where is Itayi Dzamara.hapana chichanaka muzimbabwe aslong pasina kugadzirisva ipapo

    1. MAIHWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE SIMZ LIKE YOU DINT EVEN LISTEN TO THE PRESS BRIEFING MUNONYADZA

  63. Comment…Zvisineyi, ZANNU PF ikakunda, vaChiwenga vakatu tisabvise mari yedzimba nemvura sezvo tisiri kugutsikana nezvatirikupiwa nemaKanzuru.. Zvoreva kuti tozotangira muna Nyamavhuvhu, asi ndokunge tafadzwa. Ukuwo MDC-A ikakunda vaChamisa vakatiwo dzidzo yePrimary pachena. Nekudarowo, Gunyana zvikoro zvichivhurwa, akuna zvemari kuPrimary. Kana makanyepa mose, apa muchaona kuti kurevera nhema nyika yose hazvitwe. Nekudaro, mose itofanotsvayi mari dzekuzopa mapazi eHurumende aya, Dzidzo nereMaguta nekutongwa kwematunhu. Nekuti mukasagadzirira maKurukota maviri aya achawonesa moto,
    mayererano nevimbiso dzenyu. Nekuti bato richakunda pamaviri aya, rinezvaro zvakarimirira. Motokundwa zvenyu mose, kuitira musazobvumburudzwa neMakurukota enyu. RUGARE!!! RUGARE!!!
    RUGARE!!!

  64. Zvisineyi, ZANNU PF ikakunda, vaChiwenga vakatu tisabvise mari yedzimba nemvura sezvo tisiri kugutsikana nezvatirikupiwa nemaKanzuru.. Zvoreva kuti tozotangira muna Nyamavhuvhu, asi ndokunge tafadzwa. Ukuwo MDC-A ikakunda vaChamisa vakatiwo dzidzo yePrimary pachena. Nekudarowo, Gunyana zvikoro zvichivhurwa, akuna zvemari kuPrimary. Kana makanyepa mose, apa muchaona kuti kurevera nhema nyika yose hazvitwe. Nekudaro, mose itofanotsvayi mari dzekuzopa mapazi eHurumende aya, Dzidzo nereMaguta nekutongwa kwematunhu. Nekuti mukasagadzirira maKurukota maviri aya achawonesa moto,
    mayererano nevimbiso dzenyu. Nekuti bato richakunda pamaviri aya, rinezvaro zvakarimirira. Motokundwa zvenyu mose, kuitira musazobvumburudzwa neMakurukota enyu. RUGARE!!! RUGARE!!!
    RUGARE!!!

  65. comment…ED is experienced and that is why l will personally vote for him.

    The international community likes ED because he is mature and progressive. They are prepared to bring the country back to the commonwealth organization soon after election. This is what the opposition is against because Zimbabwean opposition politics is about pointing at the economic malcontents. And without economic crisis there will be no opposition to talk about. while its good to have these opposition groups, we equally need also to appreciate the economic groundbreaking.

  66. Ndokusaka uchinzi Itai Mbudzi. What ground breaking are you talking about after 38 years. Reading between the lines I suspect you are one of the privileged few who has illegally gained something through aligning yourself with these Zanu gangsters. Typical Halem gangsters

  67. The devil you know is better than the angel you don’t know. There is no perfect person or perfect government under this sun. People are allowed to choose what they think will do for them. Let’s not waste time wracking heads. I take what ever God gives us , cozy it will be for a reason

  68. EDiot is gone. Zanu is gone. The thieves are no more. The 2.2million jobs fat cat liers are no more.

    Masoja go back to the barracks. You’ve no skills to create wealth. You only know now to pull that trigger. Vacate!

  69. When they removed Mugabe by coup where was the LAW, was it by law that a constitutionally elected leader was to be removed by coup. Now you are saying “LAW LAW LAW say this” what a BULLSHIT. They are “Hypocrisy” you pretend to observe the law too much on other issues and ignore also on other issues so that your hidden agendas succeds

  70. @Mhlanga vana vako ndovachamama and ndowaurikuitira hutsinye you dont think of your children’s future uchizvinyebera kuti unohustler ukafuma watorwa nenguva vanavako vanosara vachichengetwa naani or ukafuma uchirwara kana kuremara ndopaunoona hauna kungwara, we want an environment yekuti kana usingadi zvako kushandira munhu unozviitira kana zvakuomera unombononoka uripakambani uchiraiser mari yekuti uzviitire kwete kufamba uchitsvaga munhu wekukwereta mari kana kuti ukafa mukadzi wako anosarawo achitsvaga basa oshandira vana venyu kwete kuti otoshaya kuti oitei kuhustler kwawaiita haakugoni otozopedzisira avakuhura

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