I have recently seen a hashtag trending on my Twitter, Instagram and Facebook timeline. The hashtag is #ZimbabweanLivesMatter. Unfortunately, I have been so busy over the past week, so I haven't had time to research or find out why the hashtag started or why its trending. I have no idea whats happening politically in Zimbabwe … Continue reading Zimbabwean Lives Matter Hashtag Is A Joke The World Can Not Take Seriously
Yesterday Zimbabwean activist Linda Masarira came under national attack after she was reported to have said Ndebele people are cowards and cry babies. The whole country turned on their hero, accusing her of tribalism and hatred, with some calling for her to be arrested again and sent back to prison. For Linda Masarira, within 12 … Continue reading Zimbabwe’s Activists: They Are The Real Problem Of Zimbabwe.
I do not believe Robert Mugabe is today's Zimbabwean problem. Yes I said it! Robert Mugabe is not the major problem, but the Zimbabweans are, especially the men. You have allowed him to rule you, oppress you or whatever you call it. Part of me also think he wins the elections fairly. He has the … Continue reading The Problem Is Not Robert Mugabe But The Zimbabwean Men
Last week I wrote an article here regarding the Zimbabwe situation when the hashtag #HowTheyRobbedUs was initiated by Phil Chard. I was motivated to write this article after I watched a Facebook video in which Acie Lumumba vilified anyone who dared to criticize Evan Mawarire, Patson Dzamara, Acie Lumumba himself and the rest of the Zimbabwean … Continue reading Linda Masarira’s Response
So Zimbabweans on social media have started another hashtag #HowTheyRobbedUs initiated by Phil Chard. They are sharing their stories to the world describing how the government has robbed them. The trending stories are mostly about the political and economical situation of Zimbabwe. Personally I feel like the pity parties by Zimbabweans are rather getting out of hand. Please Zimbabweans just … Continue reading #How They Robbed Us, Just Another Pity Party For The Cream Of Zimbabwe
Dear Pastor Evan Mawarire Firstly I hope you and your family are settling well in the USA, it must be quite refreshing there compared to our troubled Zimbabwe. I write this letter to you as a follower of This Flag movement. I am one of the thousands of people who prayed for you fervently when … Continue reading My Open Letter To Evan Mawarire