Mugabe faces arrest

HARARE - Ousted former president Robert Mugabe risks going to jail for continuing to ignore directives by Parliament to give evidence on the disappearance of $15 billion diamond revenue, with the august body yesterday issuing him with a final ultimatum failure of which he will face the consequences.

Comments (3)

...what has happened to that infamous thinktank afribarometer that used to tell us how rhobhati was popular? sometimes I laugh to myself at the propaganda machinery & how it quickly changes position when reality sets in!

SaManyika Chaiye - 29 May 2018

I have nothing against calling Mugabe to testify but let it not be vindication against the old man. Mpofu humiliated the committee but nothing has happened to him. CIO , the army and its bleached general and the police are all involved in this looting.

Against vindication - 29 May 2018

Zimbabweans will be voting at the end July. This is not something new but what do these election mean to the ordinary person on the street? Most of them believe that these elections carry theirs hopes. Morgan Freeman in one of his movies says '' hope is a good thing'' Will it be good for Zimbabwe? I wonder. What should be uppermost in every voter, is that we want to retrieve Zimbabwe from the shallows of death. How best can we do that? Go in large numbers to vote. Who you vote for is something else but you should exercise your right. We have had elections in the past, what makes these different? We have new faces. One is riding on his political maturity and the other is novice. Will this inexperienced opposition leader repeat the David and Goliath story? That can only be answered by you, the electorate. The future of this great country leans much more than ever, on these elections. History has it that elections have failed to resolve problems that have been bedeviling this beautiful country. Are we going to see a repeat of what happened in the past? Are we going to have a smooth transition, in a case where ZANU PF loses the elections? What is going to happen? I foresee a dark cloud hovering over Zimbabwe. The future looks very gloomy? In a Nelson Chamisa win, will we reach the promised land, where we will have bullet trains and American will be willing for assist Zimbabwe financial to resuscitate the ailing economy? Your guess is good as mine. .

Ndaba Zabantu - 21 July 2018

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