Monday, 21 May 2018

ZSD Press Statement - Appeal to SADC election observers to judge elections truthfully to democratic standards


Appeal to Election Observers, especially SADC, to be truthful in judging elections and NOT to lower standards to accommodate Zimbabwean politicians’ misguided and selfish interests.

Executive Summary

Our appeal to Zimbabwe election observers is simple: please judge whether these elections are free, fair and credible as you would wish elections conducted in your own country. By lowering the election standards, as has happened in the past, the observers have not done any Zimbabwean but especially the long-suffering people of Zimbabwe any favours.

We, the people of Zimbabwe, accept that the country is in serious economic and political trouble and root cause is the country’s repeated failure to hold free, fair and credible elections. We should have never allowed President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF government to erode our individual freedoms and rights including the right to free and fair elections, in the first place. In the last 38 years we have had many opportunities to end the corrupt and tyrannical Zanu PF dictatorship, the best chance being during the 2008 to 2013 GNU; but wasted them all.

SADC leaders were right in recommending that the 2013 elections should be postponed allowing the democratic reforms designed to stop Zanu PF rigging the elections to be implemented. Sadly, both Zanu PF and the opposition, MDC, would not listen and the elections went ahead. Zanu PF rigged the elections, as SADC had predicted, dragging the nation even deeper into economic and political chaos. The former pushed unemployment to 90% and has left ¾ of our people living on US$1.00 or less a day. The latter has seen Zanu PF implode leading to last November’s military coup, giving those responsible for establishing and ruthlessly imposing the Zanu PF dictatorship on the nation even greater power.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his coup junta know their regime is illegitimate since it was born out of the coup. They have sort to address this by promising to hold free, fair and credible elections. No serious analyst ever believed them; they did not risk all to wrestle power from Mugabe only to risk losing it in free elections. The task before us all is to demand that the regime deliver on its promise.

If these elections are NOT free, fair and credible then they must be ruled null and void. This will force Zimbabwe to revisit and implement the democratic reforms that should have been implemented during the GNU.

What Zimbabwe needs right now is a way to transition from the corrupt and tyrannical one-party dictatorship to a free and democratic system of government. By failing to hold free and fair elections, Zanu PF has given us the golden opportunity to force the party back to agreement leading to the last GNU. We cannot afford to waste this chance.

1)    Zimbabwe’s torturous path to a de facto one-party dictatorship.

It is no secret that Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF party wanted Zimbabwe to be a one-party state and were forced to adopt a multi-party system in the Lancaster House constitution. It is a matter of historic record that Zanu PF did not withdraw its freedom fighters into assembly points as agreed with the sole purpose of intimidating the electorate to vote for the party. The 1980 elections were about voting to end the civil war, Zanu PF made it very clear the war would continue if it lost the election, and therefore were not free and fair elections.

Zanu PF won the 1980 elections and used its position to undermine the country’s democratic institutions, the rule of law and blatantly deny the people the basic freedoms and human rights including the right to free, fair and credible elections and even the right to life to impose the de facto one-party, Zanu PF, cum one-man, Robert Mugabe (to be replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa last November) dictatorship.

What Zanu PF was willing to do to retain political power at all cost was most graphically illustrated in the 2008 election. President Mugabe lost to Morgan Tsvangirai who polled 73% of the votes in the March vote, by Mugabe’s own admission. Zanu PF ordered ZEC to recount the votes and after six weeks of cooking up the figures, whittle Tsvangirai’s vote to 47%, enough to force the run-off.

During the run-off Zanu PF deployed its party thugs, war veterans and spear-headed by personal from the Police, Army and CIO with instructions to punish the people for having rejected Mugabe in the March vote.

“What was accomplished by the bullet (evoking to the civil war) cannot be undone by the ballot!” boasted Robert Mugabe, encouraging the wanton violence and barbarism he had unleashed.

Mugabe won the run-off by a staggering 84%. However, no one, not even SADC and AU known for turning a blind eye to Zanu PF’s rigged past elections, would accept the 2008 elections as having been free and fair. SADC forced Mugabe to agree to the implementation of a raft of democratic reforms designed to take away Zanu PF’s dictatorial powers and allow free and fair elections. A GNU including Zanu PF and two MDC factions were tasked to implement the democratic reforms.

2)    Why the 2008 to 2013 GNU failed to implement reforms.

The task of implementing the democratic reforms fell on Morgan Tsvangirai and his MDC friends. SADC leaders, as the guarantor of GNU, did their best to remind MDC to implement the reforms but their nagging fell on deaf ears. MDC leaders failed to get even one reform implemented in five years of the GNU.

“Mazivanhu eMDC adzidza kudya anyerere!” (MDC people have learnt to enjoy the trappings of the gravy train, they will not rock the boat!) Boated Zanu PF cronies; summing up why MDC leaders were not implementing the reforms.

3)    Why SADC leaders wanted 2013 elections postponed.

When SADC leaders realised that none of the democratic reforms had been implemented during the GNU, they call for the elections to be postponed because the same environment that had allowed Zanu PF to blatantly rig the 2008 elections existed.

“If you go into next month’s elections, you will lose; the elections are done!” SADC leaders warned MDC leaders, according to Dr Ibbo Mandaza who was present at the June 2013 SADC summit. See details of that interview on

Of course, SADC leaders were right; with no free public media, no independent ZEC to produce a verified voters’ roll, Zanu PF free to spend billions of dollars of looted public funds to bankroll its vote-rigging schemes, etc., etc.; it was futile to expect the 2013 elections to be free and fair. Zanu Pf did rig the elections, as expected.

Sadly, not even one reform was implemented since the rigged July 2013 elections. The problems are still there today; public media is not free, ZEC has failed to produce a verified voters’ roll, Zanu PF has been spending millions of dollars buying Chiefs, party candidate, etc. new vehicle when hospitals have no ambulances, etc. This year’s elections “are done”, as SADC leaders would put it.

4)    Why is the opposition participating in flawed elections against SADC advice?

By failing to get even one reform implemented during the GNU, Morgan Tsvangirai and his MDC friends have proven beyond all reasonable doubt that they are breathtakingly corrupt and incompetent. They are a broken clay pot should have retired from public life; they did not out of greed. Zanu PF has exploited the opposition’s greed by offering them a few gravy train seats to entice them to take part in the elections regardless how flawed the process.

“The worst aspect for me about the failure to agree a coalition was that both MDCs couldn’t now do the obvious – withdraw from the elections,” confessed Senator David Coltart, MDC minister in the GNU, in his Book, The Struggle Continues 50 years of tyranny in Zimbabwe. 

“The electoral process was so flawed, so illegal, that the only logical step was to withdraw, which would compel SADC to hold Zanu PF to account. But such was the distrust between the MDC-T and MDC-N that neither could withdraw for fear that the other would remain in the elections, winning seats and giving the process credibility.”

Senator Coltart was trying to justify why he and his fellow MDC friends contest the July 2013 elections against SADC leaders’ pointed advice not to. The MDC factions have since formed the MDC Alliance are they are still contesting this year’s elections regardless.

Zanu PF and President Mugabe did not want the 2013 elections postponed for the simple reason they did not want their carte blanche powers to rig elections removed. Mugabe even threatened to leave SADC if the regional body had insisted. “Who is SADC, we can leave SADC anyway!” he said, according to Dr Mandaza.

5)    Why SADC turned a blind eye to rigged July 2013 elections

Having advised both Zanu PF and the opposition, the country’s main political players, to postpone the elections and have the advice ignored, SADC leaders were put in a very difficult position. They could not force Zimbabwe to postpone the elections and, having allowed the them to go ahead, they must have found it even harder to rule the process null and void. This was a decision that, in hindsight, they have deeply regretted as it did more harm than good.

The Zimbabwe economy which had shown some signs of recovery during the GNU took another nose dive causing untold human suffering and social and political instability in the country and the region as more Zimbabweans left the country.

The dog-eat-dog fighting in Zanu PF itself over who would succeed the old and frail Robert Mugabe, intensified starting with the booting out of the VP Joice Mujuru and her supporters in 2014. Before the dust had settled following Mujuru’s exist, two new factions emerged pitting the Lacoste faction comprising most top brass in security services and the rogue war veterans led by Emmerson Mnangagwa against the G40 comprising a select few Zanu PF leaders led by Grace Mugabe with the tacit backing of her husband.

The Lacoste vs G40 factional culminated in the sacking of Mnangagwa as VP on 5 November 2017 followed by the coup forcing Mugabe to resign on 15 November 2017. It is ironic that having threatened to leave SADC Mugabe was to appeal to the regional body to step-in and declare the coup illegal!

In hindsight, SADC leaders should have stuck to their position and demanded the elections to be postpone and when that failed ruled the elections null and void. It is not just what Zanu PF and MDC leaders wanted that mattered here, but what the ordinary and voiceless masses in Zimbabwe wanted. There can never be any doubting that, given a voice, people want free, fair and credible elections.

Many ordinary Zimbabweans have, since the rigged July 2013 elections, found their voices and have been demanding the implementation of the reforms BEFORE the elections. SADC leaders must now listen to their own advice and the voices of the ordinary people.

6)    Why the November 2017 coup will not deliver economic and political change

It must be said that many people, both inside Zimbabwe and outside, have welcomed the removal of Robert Mugabe. After 37 years in power, he had indeed become a permanent fixture in Zimbabwe politics and his removal, even through a military coup, was still considered a welcomed starting point.

President Mnangagwa’s focus on reviving the economy was another welcomed development. However, his “Zimbabwe is open for business!” call have failed to impress the foreign investors because they wanted to see not just economic change but political change too. Under Mugabe, Zimbabwe had become a pariah state ruled by corrupt and vote-rigging thugs; investors wanted this to change.

President Mnangagwa has promised free and fair elections to assure the world of Zimbabwe’s democratic transformation. He has clearly failed to deliver on this promise for the simple reason that the coup was never about democratic change but rather to wrestle power from Mugabe who wanted to hand it over to his wife and keep it in the hands of the Joint Operation Command, the junta most of his members were Lacoste members, that had created and imposed the de facto one-party dictatorship.

The coup has allowed the members to emerge out of the shadows to exercise political power as happened with a number of the coup leaders taking up key positions in government.

President Mnangagwa and his coup junta friends are the ones who did the bulk of the heavy work to build the Zanu PF dictatorship to what it is today, they are also its principal beneficiaries of the absolute power it brought and the influence and luxuries that it brought. Besides, they also have a dirty and murderous past they know will remain hidden only if they remain in power. This is why risked life, limb and all to stage the November coup to make sure power remains firmly in their hands!

Anyone who believed that President Mnangagwa and the junta would risk losing power by holding free and fair elections is naïve!

“Zanu PF ichatonga! Igo tonga! Imi muchingo hukura! Nokuhukura!” (Zanu Pf will rule! And rule! Whilst you (calling for reforms) bark! And bark!) Was the first thing President Mnangagwa told his Zanu PF cronies after the coup removed Mugabe.

There is talk of Mnangagwa inviting the opposition to form a grant coalition to soften the blow of another rigged elections. The world must dismiss this with the contempt it rightly deserves and ask to what end and purpose. The last GNU failed to implement even one democratic reform, what hope is there of this coalition implement them?  

7)    Conclusion

After 38 years of rigged elections with tragic economic, political and social consequences; Zimbabwe must now deal with this problem with the sense of urgency and single-minded determination the issue demands. Enough of kicking the can down the road.

President Mnangagwa and his coup junta friends are the heart and soul of the Zanu PF dictatorship, they have no intention of holding free, fair and credible elections now or ever. They have promised to hold free, fair and credible elections just to gain some political legitimacy following the coup. The whole world must hold them to account they must be denied the political legitimacy if they fail to keep their promise.

By declaring these elections null and void we will force Zanu PF to accept the need to implement the democratic reforms just as happened following the party’s blatantly rigged 2008 elections. Zimbabwe cannot afford another rigged election economically, because there will never be full economic recovery as long as the country remains politically unstable.

Zimbabwe cannot afford another rigged election socially and politically because by failing to accept democratic and peaceful political change we are, per se, electing violent revolution change. A few people were beaten up and some even killed during last November’s coup; the next coup may well be bloody!

“Zimbabwe cannot afford yet another rigged election and we, in the Zimbabwe Social Democrats (ZSD), are resolved to do everything in our power to ensure the reforms are implemented BEFORE the next elections. We are resolved that the people of Zimbabwe must be informed of current attempt by the opposition and Zanu PF agents to mislead them into participating in the flawed elections,” we wrote in our 24 April 2017 press statement

It is now too late to stop these flawed and illegal elections from going ahead. ZSD are resolved to make sure these elections are declared null and void and the nation given the opportunity to finally implement the democratic reforms and transition from the totalitarian dictatorship to an open and functional democratic system of government.


Wilbert Mukori
ZSD Secretary General.
44 (0)7449339854­­

Commonly used abbreviation

AU: African Union; continental body of African States.
G40: Generation 40 (years of age), a Zanu PF factional led by Grace Mugabe and supported by Professor Jonathan Moyo who is now in hiding in exile since November coup.
GNU: Government of National Unity 2008 to 2013 – formed by Zanu PF and two MDC factions
MDC: Movement for Democratic Change – party led by the late Morgan Tsvangirai for 1999 and failed to bring about even one meaningful democratic change
SADC: Southern Africa Development Community regional grouping of 15 member States.
Zanu PF: Zimbabwe African Union Patriotic Front – de facto one-party dictatorship led by Robert Mugabe1980 till coup November 2017 when Emmerson Mnangagwa took over.
ZEC: Zimbabwe Election Commission
ZSD: Zimbabwe Social Democrats - political party whose members are committed to driving the reform agenda and have vowed not contest any elections until that is done.


  1. Deputy Finance Minister Mukupe said soldiers did not remove Robert Mugabe so to pass on the Presidency to a young inexperienced Nelson Chamisa.

    Well the minister is saying something out loud many people know it true but do not have the guts to admit even to themselves. Holding these elections without first implementing the democratic reforms was a foolish idea from the word go!

    Chamisa and company should have implemented the reforms during the GN, they sold-out for gravy train good life. It is the same greed that is driving them to take part in these flawed and illegal elections!

  2. Shamu is not being fired for rigging the elections per se because if that was the case then President Mnangagwa should have fired himself years ago because he has been at the forefront of Zanu PF's vote-rigging and, worse still, politically motivated murders. Shamu is being fire for rigging the elections and being caught!

    We all know President Mnangagwa himself still denies that Zanu PF did not rig the 2008 elections. "Where is the evidence!" he stoutly maintain a few months ago when asked by the UK Economist reporter!

    As for what Mukupe said about soldiers not saluting Chamisa if he won, he is only saying something we all know is true but lack the guts to admit it even to ourselves. Chamisa need not worry, Zanu PF is not going to lose elections they are free to rig!

    These elections should not be taking place without the reforms. We are our own worst enemy for following blindly fools like Chamisa.

  3. Gen Moyo said this year's Africa Day celebration is unique in that it takes place when the people of Zimbabwe, in peace, unity and harmony, resolved to rewrite the history of their country by ushering in the new dispensation.

    Well Minister Moyo will always be remember for calling the November 2017 coup "a military assisted transition". No one with half a brain believed that nonsense and now he is coming up with more nonsense.

    The regime has flatly refused to implement even one democratic reforms to restore the individual freedoms and rights and we are to believe this is a "new dispensation". What is new other than the dictatorship has a new dictator!

  4. "We do talk about that what we are looking for is not just elections, elections are an important step but we are looking to a number of pillars, economic reforms, rights reforms and good governance reforms as well as those free, fair and transparent elections. We are hearing the rights words and we need to see some action on those promises made," said Ms Savage, a USA official.

    This is music to the ears of every thinking Zimbabwean out there who wants to see real democratic change and no more of this "new dispensation" nonsense! Zanu Pf got rid of one dictator but only to replace him with another. This is no more than a black mamba shedding off its old coat, it is still a deadly snake!

  5. British deputy ambassador to Zimbabwe, Simon Thomas, also dismissed the notion that the money was meant to ease cash shortages.

    "Utter nonsense. Read the CDC group Press statement," he said on Twitter.

    "It could not be clearer that this is about much-needed credit lines to struggling Zimbabwe private sector on commercial terms.

    "Not a cent is going anywhere near government, let alone political parties," he said.

    Mangudya also contradicted Mnangagwa's claims, saying: "This is a significant move in that it is a medium-term facility to be used for the revival of companies in Zimbabwe.

    "There has been a deficit of medium-term funding, which was not forthcoming to Zimbabwe.

    "This is going to improve the competitiveness of the industry in Zimbabwe in terms of retooling and improvement of productivity."

    Poor ED, his "Zimbabwe is open for business!" has failed to bear any fruit and now he is telling lies to fill the gapping hole!

  6. “In Hurungwe Central Constituency Karoi town council ward 2 Youth Centre polling station voters were turned away on Monday as their names are not in the voters’ roll. Almost 85 voters were turned away since Saturday and started re-registering at Chikangwe community hall where there is BVR kit on Monday,” reported Zimeye.
    “At Dambanzara Primary School polling station in Hurungwe East under ward 6, 401 officially registered voters were affected as their names are missing. Officials were shocked when pages of prospective voters had nothing as proof of identities of voters. The officials said BVR related information was not captured.”
    Here we go!
    Zanu PF is making sure the voters' roll is as chaotic as hell so that no one else can see what is going on. Zanu PF is rigging these elections and they do not want people to see how the party is rigging and so they are mudding the water deliberately. Crocodiles do not hunt in clear water in broad day; they muddy the waters so the fish blunder into those gapping jaws which will snap shut so fast not even a housefly, known for its lightening reflex ever escape.
    MDC and the other opposition opportunists were warned that the will be no verified voters’ roll; given the registration exercise was started very late, for one thing; but they have refuse to listen since their do not care that the elections after flawed as long as they win the few gravy train seats Zanu PF dishes out as bait!
    The ordinary Zimbabweans must wake-up to the reality that people like Chamisa have been running with the hare and hunting with the hounds! These elections are so flawed it is insane to keep participating and hoping to win rigged elections! Insane!

  7. @ Presley Musarurwa
    Do you serious believe 5.3 million voters can check the roll in 10 days! And even if they did, do you really think ZEC will have all these mistakes put right in a month and without making even one more mistake?

    These elections will never be free, fair and credible without first implementing the comprehensive democratic reforms as agreed at the start of the last GNU. SADC leaders' were right in saying the 2013 election should be postponed the only reason Morgan Tsvangirai and company would not listen is because they are naive and corrupt!

    The sooner ordinary Zimbabweans wake-up to the political reality that MDC politicians are running with the hare and hunting with the hounds the sooner they will get out of this hell-hole by finally demanding the implementation of reforms BEFORE the elections.

  8. @ God

    "The level of incompetence is shocking and we have people that want to vote for these dunderheads," you say.

    So you think the very late start in the voter registration exercise and all the countless problems that have followed was all because Zanu PF thugs are "incompetent". For once ask yourself who has benefited from having no verified voters' roll and thus allowing millions to be denied the vote whilst millions others are bussed from one polling station to the next casting multiple votes!

    The real dunderheads, my friend, are those dragging ordinary Zimbabweans into those flawed elections confident the opposition will win rigged elections! Of course, after 38 years of rigged elections one has to be a dunderhead too to believe this hogwash!

  9. @ Mboni

    These are all deliberate "mistakes" my friend, it is all part of the vote rigging. You can call President Mnangagwa and his cronies "EDiots" all you like but they are rigging these elections before your own eyes and you cannot even see it! I think the real EDiot is those who keep participating in these flawed elections giving the process credibility and they are so foolish they cannot see it even after 38 years of rigged elections!

  10. @ Mboni

    SADC leaders are on public record calling for elections to be postponed until reforms are implemented. Why would they ask for elections to be postponed and then recognise a Zanu PF one-horse race?

    Do you serious think SADC, AU and the international community are so stupid they cannot see that the elections are being rigged? They are the ones constantly reminding Zanu PF to keep its promise to hold free and fair elections. What the outside world have failed to understand is Zimbabwe's opposition and their wildebeest herd of followers who are hell bend on taking part in these elections regardless how flawed the process!

    If the opposition claim they will win rigged elections what do you want SADC or anyone else to do?

  11. @ Mboni

    The starting point here is to accept that MDC had the golden opportunity to implement the democratic reforms during the GNU and they failed to get even one reform implemented because they sold-out.

    The next step is to accept that the opposition are going into these flawed elections to win the few gravy train seats Zanu PF is giving away as bait. The ordinary person will gain nothing from these flawed elections but instead lose the chance to get the reforms implemented to ensure free and fair elections.

    Only when the ordinary people understand these fundamental political reality will they have finally woken-up and are ready to be masters of their own destiny. We, the ordinary people, are our own worst enemy by being naive and gullible. Even after Chamisa and his MDC friends have proven beyond all doubt that they are corrupt and incompete, there are still thousands who continue to follow them blindly like sheep to the slaughter. How more naive and gullible can one be!

  12. The Commonwealth election observers will find the country's public media is not free; the voters' roll is what can call "organised" chaos in that the chaos is deliberate; Zanu PF candidate, Chiefs and other party operatives drive brand new vehicles in a country whose health service has all but collapsed; etc.; etc. It is inconceivable to see how these observer can even say the elections were free, fair and credible under such conditions!
    Zimbabwe is in this economic and political hell-hole because for the last 38 years the nation was stuck with a corrupt and murderous regime that rigged elections to stay in power against the democratic wishes of the people. The number one priority of the people of Zimbabwe is to get the democratic reforms implemented to ensure free, fair and credible elections.
    One only hopes that in their eagerness to welcome Zimbabwe back into the Commonwealth, the organisation is not going to turn a blind eye on the blatant vote-rigging already happening in Zimbabwe and endorse the rigged elections thus sell-out the ordinary Zimbabwean! The individual freedoms and rights including the right to free and fair elections must be fully restored and guaranteed before Zimbabwe is allowed to re-join the Commonwealth!

  13. Following the blatant vote rigging of the 2008 elections SADC forced Zanu PF to agree to the implementation of a raft of democratic reforms designed to ensure the barbarism of that year will never again happen. At the end of the GNU, in 2013, it was clear none of these reforms were implemented and SADC advised that year's elections must be postponed.

    Zanu PF, as expected, refused to postpone the elections and MDC, out of short-sightedness and greed, contested the flawed elections. As expected Zanu PF went on to rig the 2013 elections.

    What is disappointing here is the MDC and the rest of the opportunists in the opposition camp are contest this year's elections even thou not even one reform was implemented since the 2013 rigged elections.

    Worse still, civic organisations like Election Resource Centre headed by Tawanda Chimhini in this video have failed to stand firm and demand that the elections must be postponed to implement the reforms. That Director Chimhini should be suggesting that meaningful reforms can be implemented two months before the elections only services to underline the breath-taking incompetence of our civic leaders!

    Our appeal to the international election observers is for them to ignore the greedy opposition politicians participating in these flawed and illegal elections knowing fully well they will be rigged. Please ignore the convoluted excuses from the country’s army of foolish civic organisations who, even now, will not stand firm in defending the common man’s right to free and fair elections.

    The basic tenets for free, fair and credible elections; free media, verified voters' roll, transparent political party funding, etc., etc.; are the same the world over. SADC leaders helped the country identified the raft of reforms Zimbabwe needed to implement to ensure free and fair elections; President Mnangagwa knows about the reforms and was reminded repeatedly to implement the reforms but refused to listen. These elections are NOT free, fair and credible; President Mnangagwa knows it and everyone knows it!

    The greatest favour the international community can do to the long suffering people of Zimbabwe is to declare these elections null and void. This will force the country to revisit the raft of democratic reforms agreed in 2008 and, this time, make sure they are finally implemented! Surely that is not too much to ask!

  14. No one with half a brain ever believed that after 38 years of rigging elections and, when necessary, carrying out some of the worst acts of violence and barbarism as seen in the 2008 elections; President Mnangagwa and his his junta would carry out their riskest dare-devil act, the November coup, only to risk losing power and all because they promised to hold free, fair and credible elections.

    People like Mai Mujuru are reportedly asking for Minister Mukupe and Minister Hungwe to be fired for letting the cat out of the bag that Zanu PF is rigging elections. What she is really saying is that the two must be fired for waking her up from a sloth-like slumber!

    Remember Mai Mujuru told the world she had seen nothing, heard nothing and did nothing in her 34 years in Zanu PF because "puppies do not open their eyes the day they are born!" Nonsense! Any puppy that fails to open its eyes 34 days is stone-blind! The unceremonious "baby dumping", as Grace Mugabe call Mujuru's booting out of Zanu PF her woken her up from her 34 years of slumber and the puppy eyes story was her talking nonsense. The call for the two Zanu PF ministers to be fired for reminding us all of a fundamental truth is Mai Mujuru let out hot air after another long slumber!

    I agree with Spotlight Zimbabwe, no Zimbabwean can ever deny that they were not warned that Zanu PF is rigging these elections and has no intention of giving up power! You warned everyone!