Monthly Archives: January 2018

‘We can never go back to the past’: Mnangagwa on Gukurahundi Genocide

The Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has scoffed attempts to deal with Zimbabwe’s bleeding scar of a tribal Gukurahundi Genocide that was perpetrated by the Zimbabwean Mugabe led government from 1982 – 1987 and massacred over 20,000 civilians in Matabeleland and … Continue reading

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Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill Public Hearings

The Portfolio Committee on Finance and Economic Development will be conducting public hearings on the Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill from 22 – 26 January 2018. The Committee will be split into two (2) groups and will cover all the … Continue reading

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“GUKURAHUNDI IS A GENOCIDE” CHIEF NDIWENI

Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni has reiterated that Gukurahundi is a Genocide and those that wish it away and don’t want it to be discussed or solved are wasting their time and are brewing hatred in the nation. (Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni) … Continue reading

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GUKURAHUNDI GENOCIDE COMMEMORATIONS LINE UP UNVEILED

The calendar of commemorations for the Gukurahund genocide for the first quarter of the year 2018 has been released. Speaking at the calendar launch today (20 January 2018) Ibhetshu LikaZulu coordinator Mr Mbuso Fuzwayo said ion 21 February there will … Continue reading

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#OurMoney- usd12,6mln wasted on Chiefs cars

12,6mln on spent on buying 280 #Chiefs cars could have done 1 of the these: 1. Built 1,150 classroom blocks 2. Built 630 clinics 3. Bought 1,4mln books 4. Paid abt 21,000 civil servants 5. Drilled 4,200 new boreholes 6. … Continue reading

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#OurRights Challenge in Pictures

Part of residents that were assisted to acquire Birth Certificates in Mpophoma today courtesy of efforts by Ms Tshabalala who took on the #OurRights Challenge for January. The #OurRights Challenge was a success as about 70 residents were assisted in … Continue reading

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EMAKHANDENI PRIMARY SCHOOL OPENS WITHOUT WATER

(#OurRights Challenge Campaign) Having received numerous complaint reports from Emakhandeni residents yesterday (10 January 2018) Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights this morning (11 January 2018) engaged the ward Councilor and the Constituency MP over the closure of water by The … Continue reading

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