A Masturbatory Exercise Called POLAD
Chamisa faces ED puzzle: Do I need dialogue
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 …
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Mnangagwa’s desperate search for a middle ground
By Wisdom Mumera The recent High Court ruling by Justice Edith Mushore has given MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa a scenario more or less similar to the debacle President Emmerson Mnangagwa is currently battling over his legitimacy. Mushore threw a dark cloud over Chamisa’s leadership of the party in a ruling that has produced equally …
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It’s not about Chamisa but about political tradition
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 …
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End of honeymoon for the new dispensation
By Daniel Chigundu The drama which has characterised the build-up to the MDC elective congress slated for later this year could simply be an issue of ignorance, infiltration or failure to read a thing or two. It’s not at all about Nelson Chamisa, Douglas Mwonzora or Elias Mudzuri or even Welshman Ncube and its not …
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Cyber Bill: Should we be afraid?
By Wisdom Mumera The frenzied response by the Zanu PF government to public protests over the increased cost of living has all but signalled the pre-mature end of the honeymoon in which the new dispensation was teetering towards being an open and democratic entity. It’s now well and truly back in the boondocks of the …
The Streets are the new Finance Minister
By Daniel Chigundu The Cyber Bill which seeks among other things to regulate the use of internet in the country has reportedly been given the nod by Cabinet and is waiting to be sent to Parliament where it will go through various processes before it becomes law. The Bill has been part of the legislative …
Fuel queues: The Rallies ED can’t address
By Wisdom Mumera Saddled by a strong US dollar and a decayed local surrogate partner the government has increasingly found itself a powerfully built but useless referee as the wily streets are sprinting with the game. Both market and labour have shown that they are paying attention to the direction of what the streets are …
Motlanthe Commission achieves ED’s objective
By Wisdom Mumera A few months after ‘receiving’ the full mantle of electoral power President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces the kind of situation that few rulers envision when panting for power. He has the power but nothing else on him. No political traction. No economic foothold. No legitimacy. The economy which has been on its back …
Is commission of inquiry a tragic comedy?
By Wisdom Mumera The Motlanthe Commission findings, revealing nothing new and crucifying no one for the shootings and deaths, have come to mirror the reptilian duplicity that has characterised President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s reign. ED has been selling himself as the Zimbabwean Deng Xiaoping coming after the disastrous zealotry of Mugabe’s Mao Zedong but the actions …
By Wisdom Mumera Commission of Enquiry set by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to look into the 1st August shooting has been questionable as a useful panel owing to the inclusion of questionable characters such as Lovemore Madhuku and Charity Manyeruke. According to members of the public, the two (Madhuku and Manyeruke) are compromised and do not …