<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” data-lang=”en”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”><a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/InquiryZW?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>#InquiryZW</a&gt; (1/8)<br><br>The journalist <a href=”https://twitter.com/iAmKudaMaynard?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@iAmKudaMaynard</a&gt; lied under oath that he saw Ishmael Kumire falling after taking two steps.<br><br>The V11 👇🏿proves that Ishmael was already lying on the ground by the time Maynard came.<a href=”https://twitter.com/nelsonchamisa?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@nelsonchamisa</a&gt; <a href=”https://twitter.com/ProfMadhuku?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@ProfMadhuku</a&gt; <a href=”https://twitter.com/ZimHRNGOForum?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@ZimHRNGOForum</a&gt; <a href=”https://twitter.com/ZLHRLawyers?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@ZLHRLawyers</a&gt; <a href=”https://twitter.com/Wamagaisa?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@Wamagaisa</a&gt; <a href=”https://t.co/tPtgxt0Mpt”>pic.twitter.com/tPtgxt0Mpt</a></p>&mdash; TeamPachedu (@PacheduZW) <a href=”https://twitter.com/PacheduZW/status/1065764337367871488?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>November 23, 2018</a></blockquote>



The health care sector in Zimbabwe has many notable short comings in all aspects, of note is the shortage and in most cases non availability of resources or working tools,this writer believes the most important resources of them all is the human resource aspect of health care delivery,agreed working tools make it possible for the human resource side deliver health care at its best.

By Setfree .N. Mafukidze (RGN)

Of late a lot of blame has been apportioned to health care professionals for failing to deliver services properly because of generally bad attitudes towards patients or their relatives,yes some nurses or doctors,laboratory and radiology personell can be rude,arrogant and unwelcoming to patients or their relatives/family thus I found it befitting to raise awareness to the patients and their relatives of the existence of what is known as THE PATIENT’S CHARTER.

Most patients I talked to professed ignorance of the existence…

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A Public Notice on Her Zimbabwe Closure Issues

(N.B: This post has been looked over by my lawyers and was also sent to the main party of concern on 18 September)

I did not want to bring this issue into the public domain, but now it appears that it is the only way that I may finally get some closure.

As you will know from a notice posted some months ago, Her Zimbabwe has been in the process of closing down as an institution. In the notice was cited a range of reasons why the organisation was closing, including burnout and lack of collective agreement on a range of important issues around the direction the organisation was to take.

As you may also know, I resigned from Her Zimbabwe as its Director in 2016 because of this very same reason and some friction between certain board members, funders and secretariat about the direction that they saw Her Zimbabwe…

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The Radical Zimbabwean

It’s 2018 and it’s the year in which we will have the general election, we are told. Precisely when? Well, Mnangagwa will decide on that. Nevertheless, it’s important that the opposition get their boots on a bit sharpish and embark on the campaign trail.

As things stand, Zanu are enjoying quite a surge in support and goodwill from a large section of the masses. One suspects that a big part of this positivity is mainly centred on Mnangagwa not being Mugabe because as far as the substance of this so called new regime is concerned there aren’t any tangible improvements in the lives of people to write home about. In fact, the trajectory of socioeconomic detritus has accelerated in the last month. Prices have gone up and continue to go up, cash shortages and corollary long queues are still a national tradition, Harare municipal water has become darker and prominent…

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Mugabe Caught Violating Ban on Potato Chip Imports


Zimbabweans have reacted strongly to images of president Robert Mugabe eating American Lays potato chips at his birthday celebrations on Saturday. Opposition leader Tendai Biti summed it all up when he said:

“The spirit (Mugabe) was munching Lays chips which ironically are banned for importation bySI 64 of 2016. There is a law for others and for the citizen. They were bathing in Johnie Walker Blue Label and washing their teeth with Moët whilst the citizen watched in amazement & disgust.”

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  • Peoples Democratic Party president Tendai Biti.

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2017 must be the year Zimbabweans refuse to be Governable


In 2016 ZPF successfully put Zimbabweans ability to unite into a permanently disabled mode. The oppostion is adamant in their refusal and or scepticism of coalitions. Social movements have had a bucket of water thrown over them by a none cooperative citizenry. A few ambers still burn bright on social media and in parts of the diaspora. But on the whole the fires of revolt seem to have been quelled and Robert Mugabe has found no reason why he cannot therefore go on holiday.

In 2017 I propose that Zimbabweans explore THE POWER OF DISUNITY. The power in fragmentation. The power in chaos. The power of refusal.

It is called SACRIFICE. It is individuals revolting, refusing to be governable. It is the oppressed rising in their sectors of interest. Nurses rising at their clinis and hospitals. Farm workers rising at the farm. Picketting at the farm gates. Housewives rising as…

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Your Call! Sending Copies of Justice in Conflict (the Book) to African Libraries and Universities — Justice in Conflict

As readers will know, Oxford University Press (OUP) and I have hatched a plan to send copies of my book, Justice in Conflict – The Effects of the International Criminal Court’s Interventions on Ending Wars and Building Peace, to libraries and universities across Africa. The falls in line with our commitment to give something back to the countries and […]

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