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The Demo runs from 10.00am to 12.00 noon!
We know Demos may not achieve much looking at the type of people we are dealing with (Mugabe, ZANU-PF and their ANC and SADC allies) but we are having it anyway!
There will be up to 6 buses going there and for more Information please feel free to contact myself, The Patron (0791463039 RSA) and the President, Mr Simon "Dreadman" Mudekwa on 0796192955 RSA.
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BY TRUST MATSILELE
DURBAN - The University of KwaZulu Natal (UKZN) will next week see disgruntled Zimbabweans demonstrate against Zimbabwe's resources being squandered on educating children of the ruling elite.
The Zimbabwean government is spending over R10 million a year for the children of senior Zanu (PF) and government officials to study at the university under the presidential scholarship programme, documents obtained by this newspaper reveal.
The presidential scholarship is meant to help disadvantaged but academically gifted Zimbabwean students with tertiary education.
However, our investigations have shown that over 30 students related to senior government and Zanu (PF) officials are benefiting from this programme.
An invoice sent to Chris Mushowe, the Minister of Transport and Communications and presidential director - a copy of which is in the hands of The Zimbabwean - shows that the government paid an initial deposit of almost a R1 million (Z$30 trillion) for 20 students.
"The Zimbabwean government is heartless, as it is failing to improve the education system in the country but using the resources meant for that to send their children to elite colleges outside the country," said John Chikwari, the secretary-general of Revolutionary Youth Movement.
As a result, we have decided to hold a demonstration at the university to show the world what is happening in Zimbabwe. We also hope that the university is going to know that it is making super profits from the sweat of suffering Zimbabwean taxpayers."
Amongst the so-called 'disadvantaged students' at UKZN are Chipo and Hillary Matibiri - President Robert Mugabe's niece and nephew. Hillary was a magistrate in Zimbabwe until he resigned to take up the scholarship.
Other students are Laura Sibanda the daughter of Zimbabwe National Army general, Major-general Phillip Sibanda; Simbarashe Masoka, the son of agriculture permanent secretary, Ngoni Masoka; and Brigadier Phillip Kundishora's twin daughters, Jacqueline and Elinor.
Australia recently deported the children of high-ranking government officials who were studying there. Now there are fears those children will be sent to UKZN.
In Zimbabwe, a crisis is brewing at the country's oldest university, the University of Zimbabwe, after only a quarter of the students turned up for a new semester that began last week while acute accommodation and financial problems kept thousands others away.
By Bill Saidi
THE Southern Africa Development Community (Sadc) may not be the impotent Big Shot Talkshow that some critics have called it, or the Southern Africa Dictators’ Club, the sobriquet preferred by detractors.
But it cannot be faulted for its lofty ambitions. Since 1980, when it was formed, it has scored notable successes, particularly in advancing the prospect of creating a powerful political and economic alliance in the region.
Its political agenda is to forge democracy in all the 14-member states. Critics say this would be acceptable only if the meaning of "democracy" were so liberal as to include countries which pay only lip-service to the concept.
In Greek, demos means "people"; a democracy would be "a government of the people, by the people and for the people".
Among some Sadc leaders, that is so Western a concept, they view it as part of a plot to recolonise the region.
There are monarchies, such as Swaziland, where King Mswati III will not give his people a meaningful role in government.
Lesotho is a kingdom too. Its description as a "modified constitutional monarchy" has not earned it the "democracy" tag so far.
Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have panel-beaten the concept to suit their peculiar, blood-spattered circumstances.
Zimbabwe, ruled by one party and one man for 27 years of political and economic decline, is not the democrat’s ideal model of a "people’s" democracy.
South Africa is still struggling to match its vast material wealth with its equitable redistribution among the population: opulence sits cheek by jowl with abject poverty.
But the heads of state’s next summit in Mauritius next year could be its most ambitious yet. It will focus on poverty eradication.
The venue is highly significant, according to many civil society leaders.
Mauritius has few of the glaring signs of a down-at-the-heel African country. Tourism tops the list of its major economic performers, followed by textiles and food processing. Sugarcane is its chief export crop.
Forty-nine percent of its 700 square miles is arable. Its Gross Domestic Product was once estimated at US$11,7 billion for a population of less than two million.
Yes, there is poverty in Mauritius, according to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade amd Regional Cooperation, Madan Murlidhar Dullco.
But it is nowhere near the deprivation you would find in the shanties of Zambia, the DRC or Angola - certainly not in present-day Zimbabwe.
The last summit in August in Lusaka received "mixed reviews" in terms of its results, but the Sadc Civil Society Forum, held simultaneously only a few kilometres away was dubious of the leaders’ commitment to the eradication of poverty, or to other problems in the region.
Civil society in general is critical of the heads of state summit concept itself. It is known that the leaders themselves are suspicious of civil society. Not surprisingly, they are said to feel civil society is "too pro-Western" to be taken seriously.
The secretary-general of the Sadc Civil and Non-Government Organisations, Abie Ditlhake, focused on "one important issue" in his "Reflections" at the third Civil Society Forums in Lusaka.
"This is the exclusive nature of the heads of state regional project. Transformation and restructuring is urgently needed at the Heads of State Summit or Government level. We have to ensure that regional integration is a people-driven project, that ordinary citizens of the region are a driving force behind this project.
"This requires that our Presidents are having clear mandates from their countries, and thus are accountable to national institutions such as parliaments in their declarations at the regional level."
The final communique of the forum called on the heads of state to:
refrain from putting in place restrictive civil society legislation that will constrain the operating environment for civil society;
Put in place legislation that promotes and enables civil society participation and existence rather than restrict and hinder them. We specifically call upon the Zambian and Zimbabwean governments to withdraw NGO Bills currently under consideration but held in abeyance; and instead guarantee the involvement of civil society in any processes that seek to put in place regulatory and legislative frameworks;
Guarantee the effective participation of civil society at the SADC national and regional committees;
Take immediate measures to institutionalize civil society involvement in key decision-making processes.
To prepare for the Mauritius summit, civil society debated a graphic display of poverty in the region: poor people representing themselves at the summit, speaking of their poverty in their own languages.
A forum resolution called on the SADC Secretariat and member states to ensure effective participation of civil society in the upcoming SADC Poverty and Development Conference in Mauritius, and a review of existing poverty eradication initiatives.
This may be tantamount to "whistling in the wind", some of the more than 200 delegates at the forum complained. They spoke vociferously of the lack of action on previous resolutions on poverty eradication.
"It’s so hopeless," said one delegate. "They (Heads of state) talk and talk but do nothing."
Statistics on poverty caused alarm among delegates. In one instance, a country independent for 40 years, had 68 percent of its population still classified as poor.
This left many delegates wondering if the Mauritius conference would be different from other summits which had dealt with poverty, or other "bread and butter" issues..
They wondered if it would not be another SADC damp squib, as its initiatives on Zimbabwe have all turned out to be, so far.
sundayview by Judith Todd
THE second letter was dated 8 September 1980 and was signed by Masuku alone.
We have again decided to bring to your attention, as Prime Minister and Minister of Defence our concern, resulting from a number of events and pronouncements that complicate the process of fulfilling our duties. These developments do not in any way assist us in our determined effort to mould ONE NATION.
1.We have found out that ZANLA, the military wing of Zanu PF has been sending people for military training outside the country. This is contrary to the previously agreed position ie only those programmes already in process prior to the start of the integration exercise should be left to continue. ZANLA has been sending people for military training in Nigeria, Ethiopia, Yugoslavia, Romania and etc.
2. As components of the Zimbabwe National Army we have not been informed of the total of ZANLA comrades still outside the country undergoing military training. On our part, with utmost sincerity, we have submitted this data in an effort to alleviate suspicion created by Western news media on the numbers of Zipra cadres and "their intentions".
3.We would Comrade Prime Minister, like to bring to your attention and consideration the plight of the demobilised comrades. As a result of absence of facilities provided for and means of livelihood for these comrades, many have resorted to a number of anti-social activities like armed robbery etc. We recommend that these comrades be absorbed into the army, firstly as a method of bringing them under control and secondly to give the government time to analyse the problem with a view to finding a lasting solution.
4. It is our observation that there is disparity in the provision of facilities to the war-disabled comrades of Zipra and Zanla by the authorities concerned. We have, for instance, only heard of Zanla disabled comrades travelling to Britain and Tanzania for artificial limbs and none from Zipra.
5. We would like to bring to your notice that despite constant appeals there is no change on official bias against Zipra and its contribution to the liberation of our motherland which we pointed out in our first memorandum paragraphs three (3) and four (4). The ZBC and ZTV continue projecting only Zanla’s image vis-à-vis the liberation struggle. Only the massacres of Chimoio and Nyadzonia are projected and nothing on the massacres at Mkushi, Freedom Camp in Zambia and in Angola. This makes the Zipra cadres question their very future existence in the Zimbabwe National Army. We are aware, Comrade Prime Minister, that directives have been issued to the staff of ZBC and ZTV to project Zanla’s image only.
6.We have observed with great concern the increase in inter-parties rivalry, resulting in some cases in destruction of property and loss of lives. We would like to inform you that some of the victims regrettably have been members of Zipra on their way to or from leave. The following examples serve to illustrate:
a) A Zipra cadre who was shot dead in Gatooma.
b) The attempted kidnapping of nine (9) Zipra comrades when trying to board a bus for Mushumbi Pools at Harare.
c) The injury of three (3) Patriotic Front members at Seke.
d) The armed attack on the Administrative Secretary of the PF Zapu in a Salisbury suburb.
e) Comrade Prime Minister, we are on record as having taken measures against those of our ranks who have defied orders, by way of molesting people. We now find it difficult to continue with the exercise without any positive reciprocity from our counterparts of Zanla.
7.We wish to point out that some of these unhealthy developments are a direct result of statements in our various mass media (newspapers, ZBC and ZTV) or at meetings by members of the government. These developments violate the spirit of reconciliation and the consequences thereof are too ghastly to contemplate.
8. Finally, Comrade Prime Minister, we wish to recommend that a meeting of the two major parties in the government be convened to discuss these sad and serious developments. The objective should be to create peace and stability and move forward with one spirit — a spirit to mould a strong and unbending nation.
We remain determined to play our part to the full.
L K V Masuku
Joint High Command
Cc Minister of Home Affairs
Neither letter was acknowledged, let alone answered.
As Lookout’s condition deteriorated, more and more high-ranking people came to visit him. On Saturday 15 March, he dictated an outline of letters to be properly rewritten and typed up for him to sign:
1.To Emmerson Mnangagwa. Thanking him for visiting me in hospital. Thanking government for sending me to hospital. Thanking him for recommending my release.
2.To Dr Sydney Sekeramayi. Thanking him for visiting me. Thanking him for expediting the arrival of the necessary drugs for my treatment.
3.To Enos Nkala. Thanking him for message of sympathy he sent and for his wishes for an early recovery. Thanking him for signing the revocation order for my detention to be lifted.
4.To Eddison Zvobgo. Thanking him for the quick arrangement in sending me to hospital when my condition was serious. Thanking him for visiting me in hospital. Thanking the government for allowing my wife to go to the GDR for treatment. Thanking him for looking into my problems while I was in prison.
5. Army Commander Lt Gen Nhongo. Thanking him for visiting me and the help he sent me after visiting. Batteries, fruit, toothpaste.
Now Lookout was getting tired and he dictated for only one more person:
6. Air Force Commander Tungamirai. Same letter.
Mary Ndlovu came up from Bulawayo to see her husband Edward in Chikurubi Maximum Prison and Bryant Elliot, whom I myself went to see. Bryant thought it was unwise for Lookout to write any thank you letters. Bryant really had his hands full. As I left his office, I bumped into Shamiso Nyashanu. Lookout couldn’t understand why Bryant didn’t want him to send letters. I promised to get Bryant to discuss the matter with him.
While I was with Lookout that day, the nurse gave him pills in a cup. He said he knew two of them, but the other two were new, and he asked what they were. "I may not be a doctor, but I can see." The new needle in his arm was a long one, and causing more swelling. As I left, I saw Joshua Nkomo, Isaac Nyathi and two others who were on their way in to visit Lookout.
On Thursday 20 March I was surprised to see that Lookout wasn’t on the drip. I asked about this, and he told me that the medicine had run out . . . Both his other visitors and I were concerned. One of them said: "But doesn’t this disrupt the whole treatment?"
Lookout, full of equanimity as ever, shrugged, smiled and said: "Well what can be done." He was making a statement, not asking a question. I had been told the medicine was toxic, which was why it had to enter his system slow drip by slow drip over many hours. An interruption in treatment would surely be devastating.
Excerpt from Judith Todd’s latest book, Through the Darkness; A Life in Zimbabwe, available from www.zebrapress.co.za.
14 September 2007
September 06, 2007 11:33 AM
JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabweans in South Africa are dissatisfied over the government’s proposed 18th amendment which they say infringes on the citizens’ democratic right to participate in the country's electoral processes.
Critics say the move is meant to preserve Zanu PF hegemony once President Robert Mugabe is out of power.
At a meeting organized by the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) in Johannesburg recently, coordinator Tapera Kapuya, while addressing over 50 delegates from civic societies in South Africa, said the proposed Bill was "a dubious piece of legislation which infringed on Zimbabwe’s democracy project".
If the Bill goes on to be debated and passed in Parliament, that will become a big blow to Zimbabwean democracy since the onus of choosing a President once the incumbent chooses to resign or dies will rest on less than 400 people hence the need to oppose such a law viciously,” said Kapuya.
Emmanuel Hlabangane, a leading Zimbabwean activist said if the Bill sailed through Parliament without problems that would give Mugabe authority even to postpone elections from 2008 to 2010 so as to harmonies them with parliamentary elections in the original form he wanted before.
The proposed Bill, although looking seemingly innocent, also seeks to expand the House of Assembly and the Senate through the delimitation exercise, a move the exiles here have dismissed as senseless, especially as most Zimbabweans have left the country in search of better lives.
The delimitation exercise would also see electorate being disenfranchised, argued the vivic leaders, adding this move was meant to create more constituencies in the rural areas, which used to be Mugabe's strongholds.
A constituency is made up of 54 000 people but looking at the exodus of due to political and economic meltdown such figures had drastically fallen and in some places making the proposed delimitation exercise senseless as far as numeric numbers are concerned but meaningful in the sense of preserving Zanu PF’s stronghold,” said Kapuya.
The proposed Bill also seeks to expand the senate from 56 to 84 of which over a third would be appointed by the incumbent President. The House of Parliament is also expected to be expanded from the current 150 to 210 members.
Critics said such a luxury cannot be afforded by a struggling Zimbabwe, adding money which would be used to pay the Senators and extra parliamentarians could be used to beef up the ailing health budget.
Meanwhile civic groups which attended the seminar, among them the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, Cross Border Association of Journalists, Zimbabwe Torture Victims Project, Zimbabwe Political Victims Association, Zimbabwe Civic Society Organization Forum, Revolutionary Youth Movement, Zimbabwe Solidarity Forum, Zimbabwe Action Support Group, Zimbabwe Exiles Forum and the Movement for Democratic Change, mandated the NCA to lead protests to try and stop the 18th Amendment from going through.
They said the amendment was a direct threat to democracy.
Your Excellency President Silva
RE: Revocation of President Robert Mugabe’s invitation to the African, Caribbean, and Pacific-European Union (ACP-EU) Summit
We have learned with profound regret your intentions to invite Robert Mugabe, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, to attend the ACP-EU summit to be held in Lisbon, Portugal in December, 2007.
As Zimbabweans, we humbly prevail upon you to reconsider and rescind this invitation as a protest against the flagrant human rights violations and unrestrained vile abuses blatantly committed by Mugabe and his associates upon Zimbabwe’s civil society.
Zimbabwe is now an oligarchy with the highest inflation rate in the world due to mismanagement, racist agrarian reform policies, corruption, looting of state coffers and the gross incompetence of its government.
This has precipitated the collapse of industry, commerce, health delivery system, education and all essential services.
State sanctioned violence through torture, arbitrary arrests and detention, coupled with extra judicial killings are now the preferred governance tools of the Mugabe dictatorship.
Purveyor of tyranny, Robert Mugabe has no place on the high table of world democracies.
It is psychological torture for ordinary Zimbabweans, victims of his brutal repression, to watch him wine and dine with respected democratic leaders at such an esteemed meeting while we wallow in abject poverty and perpetual misery.
Mugabe no longer has the trust, mandate, or authority over the people of Zimbabwe except for his militias and sycophantic party functionaries.
Zimbabwe is a signatory to the Cotonou Agreement which is unambiguous in its principles and ethics on fundamental issues of good governance, human rights and corruption.
Part 3.1 of the ACP-EU Cotonou Agreement reads: Respect for human rights, democratic principles and the rule of law are essential elements of the partnership.
Mugabe is a divisive dictator who has egotistically become the torchbearer for kleptocracy and his invitation to the ACP-Summit is converse to democratic principles and international humanitarian law.
We anticipate and collectively hope and pray that your timely, humble, steadfast posture shall be consistent with European Union charters, values and norms, thus rendering a mortal blow to tyranny and usher a new era for peace, democracy, freedom and justice to Zimbabwe in particular and Africa in general.
Zimbabweans eagerly await your intrepid actions and anxiously look forward to your historic rejoinder.
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PRES M R TSVANGIRAI'S PRESS CONFERENCE (17/04/2008)
THEN TREASURER-GENERAL, BRO ROY BENNET: http://www.swradioafrica.2bctnd.net/04_08/702bennet170408.mp3
This is especially because President Mbeki is attending a SADC Heads of State and Government meeting in Lusaka on Saturday. So the Youths are giving him an urgent ULTIMATUM!
The Youths will then proceed to the SADC Foreign Desk to deliver an equally strongly worded PETITION.
Please contact the President Mudekwa on 0796192955 or the Sec General on 0722543486.
Rev Mufaro Stig Hove.
PATRON. 0791463039 RSA.
ZIMBABWE REV YOUTHS TO CLOSE ZIM EMBASSY, PRETORIA (27/03/2008)
http://swradioafrica.streamuk.com/swradioafrica_archive/dd240308.wma Please pass on to others. To contact the gallant comrade, please phone him on cell: 0796192955 RSA. Rev Mufaro Stig Hove. http://www.zimrevyouths.blogspot.com/ PATRON, ZIMBABWE REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT! @#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#
REV YOUTHS IN "MARCH FOR A NEW ZIMBABWE!"
For more information please contact the brother on cell: 0796192955.
Rev Mufaro Stig Hove.
Patron: Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement
SIMON KHAYA MOYO FEELS THE HEAT........CRIES FOUL!!!
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WE, ZIMBABWEAN CITIZENS RESIDENT IN SOUTH AFRICA HAVE A RIGHT TO VOTE FROM HERE, IN SOUTH AFRICA. ON THURSDAY, 24th JANUARY, 2008; WE ARE BRINGING A PETITION FROM OURSELVES TO INFORM YOU THAT IF WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO VOTE IN THE DIASPORA; THEN THERE WILL BE NO ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSIES IN THE WHOLE DIASPORA!
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Thursday, 24 January 2008 17:07
PRETORIA- ZIMBABWE ambassador to South Africa, Simon Khaya-Moyo sought the support of South Africa Police Service (SAPS) to protect the country's embassy in Pretoria following threats by the Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe to stage massive protests against suspected election rigging that appear will not be free and fair in Zimbabwe.