Wadyejena’s Lamborghini is a Moral Affront to Our Austerity

By Wisdom Mumera Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena’s latest acquisition, a US$420 000 garish Lamborghini Urus has raised the anger of many with its starkly immoral portrayal of the gap between the elitist ruling and the poverty-stricken public. The vehicle is out of place in 98% of Zimbabwe’s roads and very much so in Gokwe …

The post Wadyejena’s Lamborghini is a Moral Affront to Our Austerity appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Govt is the biggest economic saboteur: Mliswa

By Daniel Chigundu  Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says the government must desist from blaming the private sector for the challenges being experienced in the economy when it is creating those challenges. Various cabinet ministers have accused the private sector of working with the country’s enemies in a bid to try and incite people to revolt …

The post Govt is the biggest economic saboteur: Mliswa appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Govt is the biggest economic saboteur: Mliswa

By Daniel Chigundu  Norton legislator Temba Mliswa says the government must desist from blaming the private sector for the challenges being experienced in the economy when it is creating those challenges. Various cabinet ministers have accused the private sector of working with the country’s enemies in a bid to try and incite people to revolt …

The post Govt is the biggest economic saboteur: Mliswa appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
A Masturbatory Exercise Called POLAD

By Wisdom Mumera Masturbation is a sick habit indulged in, essentially, for the absence of a real sexual partner. It’s a temporary habit to salve the natural ache with a simulation of the real thing whilst actually doing nothing. One has to fill their mind with wild sexual thoughts and romp through a blue cinema …

The post A Masturbatory Exercise Called POLAD appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Mnangagwa’s desperate search for a middle ground

By Wisdom Mumera President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been hungry for international acceptance since day one of 14 November 2017 and has since become a politician of no fixed ideological abode, constantly winging it and indulging in abrasive real-politick. Equally true is the point that he is afraid of reforming himself out of support from the …

The post Mnangagwa’s desperate search for a middle ground appeared first on Open Parly.

Read more
Calls for NTA gain traction

By Wisdom Mumera A deepening economic crisis obtaining in Zimbabwe which resulted in recent violent protests that left more than 12 people dead have resulted in intensified calls for the establishment of the National Transitional Authority (NTA). The government has been struggling to contain the political and economic situation forcing President Emmerson Mnangagwa to abandon …

Read more
Citizens urge Chamisa to ignore fake Mnangagwa call to dialogue

By Staff Reporter Zimbabweans online have dismissed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s call for a national dialogue as a mere public relations stunt urging MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa to ignore the call. Mnangagwa returned home on Monday night after a week-long trip to Europe where he was extending his begging bowl in a bid to revive …

Read more
DCN Africa condemns Zim’s internet shutdown

By Daniel Chigundu Digital Communication Network (DCN) Africa has condemned the recent internet shutdown in Zimbabwe adding that it is nothing short of human rights violations and a ploy to cripple journalists from effectively doing their work. The Zimbabwean government imposed a total internet shutdown as a way of preventing transmission of information on the …

Read more
Zanu PF bigwigs a disgrace: Chamisa

By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa says Zanu PF bigwigs that are seeking medical attention in foreign countries have no shame and are a disgrace to both themselves and the country. The country’s health sector has largely been left in the hands of development partners and the donor community who literary finance […]

Read more