Browsing tag

#ZimbabweanLivesMatter

Olinda Restrains Misred

United Kingdom-based socialite Olinda Chapel has expressed displeasure over television and radio personality Misred’s comments about Zimbabweans whom she labelled as an unpatriotic lot. In a video making waves on social media, Red is captured making a comparison between Zimbabweans and Nigerians arguing that the west Africans have unmatched love for their country. “People have […]

Davido’s Priceless Lesson For Jah Prayzah

A video clip circulating on social media of Nigerian superstar David “Davido” Adeleke in solidarity with #EndSARS, a social movement in Nigeria calling for an end to police brutality, best explains why most Zimbabweans are still bitter over Jah Prayzah’s silence during a similar campaign back home dubbed #ZimbabweanLivesMatter. In a snippet, about 30 seconds […]

ANC Out Of Order- Zanu PF

A showdown is looming between ruling Zanu PF and South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) over remarks made by the latter’s Secretary General, Ace Magashule concerning the situation obtaining in Zimbabwe. In a scathing attack on Magashule, Zanu PF acting spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa said the veteran politician was out of order. “Zanu PF takes strong […]

“There Is No Crisis In Zimbabwe”

Government has dismissed as malicious, allegations of human rights abuse and a crisis in the country saying its a plot by known political activists and misinformed individuals to paint the government in bad light. In a statement, Information Publicity and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary Nick Mangwana said government has been enforcing lockdown regulations misconstrued for […]

We Will Speak On Behalf Of “Scared” Zim Artists: AKA

As #ZimbabweanLivesMatter continues to catch steam on social media, South Africa’s hip-hop star AKA has said his country’s public figures will speak for local personalities constrained from doing so. This follows mounting pressure from the general public on local celebrities for them to show solidarity through speaking out against ‘corruption and human rights abuses characteristic […]