The assertion by the United States embassy that Jonathan Moyo was a political chameleon, a master at changing spots and a man driven by personal ambition might be true if the former adviser to then Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, Gorden Moyo’s, views are correct Gorden Moyo said Jonathan Moyo, who was re-admitted to the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front after almost five years in the wilderness, was one of the hardliners who were ready to scuttle the inclusive government to take over ZANU-PF.
I thought of deleting this very amateurish video from a Youtube account I created four years ago on several occasions but just felt I should hold on because it would prove something one day.
The Movement of Democratic Change has accused the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front of looting State resources to prepare for next year’s elections but warned that it will bring everyone to book when it takes over power next yeat.
An activist pastor who prophesied that President Robert Mugabe will die on 17 October and has to pray hard to avoid this fate was this week remanded to 3 February to face charges of contravening to Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act.
Econet boss Strive Masiyiwa said he did not trust former Information Minister Jonathan Moyo and publisher Ibbo Mandaza because they were former Central Intelligence Organisation operatives.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange industrial index eased 0.8 percent to close at 145.01 points for the week while the mining index lost 6.75 percent to settle at 54.56 points on the back of the losses recorded by most mid caps and some blue chips.