Matabeleland a hive of political activity

I wonder if the online political activity has been replicated on the mountains and valleys of Matabeleland. Things have been moving rather quickly on the cyber world and excitingly so for a change. I remember a few days ago drafting this blog and convincing myself that one of the newer and perhaps younger political organisations in Matabeleland appeared more mature, measured and more assured in its approach to the Mthwakazian independence goal compared to the other. The draft was going really well, so I thought, until I logged back onto my facebook account and stumbled on an equally mature, measured and humbling statement from the deputy leader of the rival organisation and that ‘killed’ my blog off but in a good way. Continue reading


What would Tsvangirai’s public HIV test achieve?

In as much as I agree with most of Jonathan Moyo’s take on Tsvangirai’s sexual behaviour and strongly disapprove of promiscuity in general, I do not agree with the assertion that Tsvangirai should go for a public HIV test. Continue reading

Tsvangirai mustn’t be allowed an easy political ride

I do not know whether to say I have enjoyed the media coverage on Tsvangirai’s latest socio-political judgement (or misjudgement, to capture the right context) or I have been disappointed by the behaviour of a man seen by many in his party as the next president of the Republic of Zimbabwe. The catalogue of errors has ranged from his ongoing off the cuff crowd matching policies down to the juicy Loca -T (damages;marriage;divorce) social crash. Continue reading