Mugabe must be sent back to Zvimba – Khupe

BULAWAYO – Deputy Prime Minister and MDC vice president Thokozani Khupe has said her party will trounce Zanu PF in July 31 polls sending President Robert Mugabe to rest in his rural home in Zvimba.

Addressing hundreds of MDC supporters at MacDonald Hall in Makokoba suburb in Bulawayo on Wednesday, Khupe said Zimbabweans can not wait for July 31.

“I can tell you with this huge support you are giving us, we have already won the elections and 31 July elections will be just a formality,” Khupe said.

“On the 1st of August  Thokozani Khupe,  the daughter of Ronald will be vice president of Zimbabwe and Richard Tsvangirai will be president. Noone will stop us, Mugabe is going out to rest in Zvimba.”

Khupe, who was also bidding farewell to Makokoba Constituency, which she held as the Member of Parliament for 13 years said: “the new MDC government will run the country following the new constitution and no one will go hungry.”

She said she has handed the seat to State Enterprises minister Gorden Moyo who will contest on an MDC ticket.

Moyo, who is also the MDC chairman for Bulawayo, will lock horns with Zanu PF’s Tshinga Dube.

Moyo also reiterated that Zanu PF  will not get a single seat in Bulawayo Province.

“Zanu PF is finished and there is no way they can win any seat in this  province.

“They destroyed industries and killed thousands of people during Gukurahundi massacres in the 1980s,” said Moyo.

Comments (10)


ZENZO - 13 July 2013


baba juks - 13 July 2013

If the voting is not tempered with. Tsvangirai is romping to a clean 85% landslide as indicated by the largest and latest poll so far. Zvekuvhotera a 90year old talking about bringing back the Zim Dollar and pulling out of SADC is just sheer madness

Hanzupenzi - 13 July 2013

Swing low sweet chariot MAMA ZIMBABWE. Coming home to carry us home- State Hse. Morgan is freedom mhani All those not in the train should watch us march to freedom. Takathemba.

Murozvi - 13 July 2013

All those forming coalitions to stop the Morgan's inevitable victory and Zimbabwes quest to freedom should just go hang. we shall deal with you later. You Gukurahundi supporters.

Henure - 13 July 2013

Victory to the party of excellence. Victory to those who carry the plight of the poor, the sick, children, the brutalized, and all those against division. Sibantu vanye pela!

Gondobwe - 13 July 2013

Victory is soo certain mama....enough to 33 years of thieves

zulu - 13 July 2013

Gurahundi suporters need to know that they were conned. Ted Sutton -Price, former Rhodesian Home Secretary and consultant planed and did it all as consultant to phycological warfatre in Pretioria. Keeping on the payroll those thatb werer paid to destabilize the freedom fighters in Rhodesia he had them cause a problem in Matabeleland stiring up violence knowing that Mugabe didn't trust the integrated army and would send in the 5th brigade causing violence and deaths. In order to get out of international problems as he would be blamed he would have to change policy back to capitaslism from socialism/communism adopted at indepence. It worked and the West were silent. Deaths being reasoned as collateral damage - Sutton Price was not amused at Mugabe getting the credit and thought one day it would revert to him- he died without it happening, save that Mugabe apologised for the incident not realizing who was behind it.

infairness - 13 July 2013

Ndiani achirikuda Mugabe&zanupf??

Stop-a-Thief - 13 July 2013

So MDC-T Vice Prime Minister T Khupe has handed (donated) the Makokoba constituency to Gorden Moyo. This blatant and shameless confession by Ms. Khupe clearly confirms is very undemocratic and dictatorial. By allowing or succumbing to her heavy-handedness in the choice of he blue-eyed boy to take Makokoba it clear is that the leadership of the so-called party of excellency - MDC-T - is undemocratic. The Zimbabwean nation shudders at the thought of Ms Khupe being the Vice President of the country. God forbid.

Rabison Nyundo (The Hammer) - 13 July 2013

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