It has not been a week since Kumbirai Masariri, a Shebeen owner from Harare, Budiriro was videoed battering a woman over $6 debt whilst other men watched and did nothing. Today another video from Zimbabwe has surfaced of two men beating a woman whilst people cheer on and laugh, requesting for her to be beaten … Continue reading Shocking: Two Zimbabwean Men Beat A Woman In Public
This weekend, Zimbabwe attempted to break a world record of consuming meat at a braai/barbecue under the same Mugabe Regime which economic hardship is now part of the national anthem. It was all for a good cause of course, praise the Lord! The event was sponsored by Castle Lager of Zimbabwe's Delta Corporation. Castle Lager … Continue reading Zimbabweans Eat Meat To Break Guinness World Record In President Mugabe’s Regime
Yesterday I shed a tear after watching a shocking video circulating online which was shot in Zimbabwe of a man, a very heavy man violently beating a defenseless woman in public as a crowd of at least 15 men watched. One man dressed in red tries to stop the abuser, but he was over powered … Continue reading No Public Outcry For Woman Brutalized By A Man In Public
So Jah Prayzah made history yesterday by being the first Zimbabwean to win an MTV MAMA award. He won the listeners choice award which is quite huge as he was up against a number of great African contenders. He was able to beat South Africa's Prince Kaybee and Nigerian Burna Boy among other big names. … Continue reading Why Jah Prayzah’s MTV Award Is A Wasted Opportunity
Over the past week I watched Zimbabweans on social media bully, abuse, insult and mock a woman called Maureen Makusha whose pictures went viral after she attended millionaire Genius Kadungure's all white party in a very revealing white dress. She was called a whore, trashy, mentally ill and other vulgar words that I can not … Continue reading Zimbabweans Owe Maureen Makusha An Apology
A few weeks ago Zimbabwean musician Jah Prayzah and his former dancer Gonyeti (Pamela Zulu) dominated the headlines after the dancer accused the musician of financial and sexual abuse. Gonyeti was pictured weeping as she told of her ordeal and exploitation under Jah Prayzah. Before that she had been regularly speaking to the press about … Continue reading Jah Prayzah And Gonyeti: Did They Fool Us All?
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