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Veritas torches racism storm

Golden Guvamatanga and Elizabeth Sitotombe A DAMAGING racism scandal has hit pro-opposition entity, Veritas, amid alle- gations that one of the directors ‘illegally’ employed her husband, Brian Crozier, who is now abusing black workers at the organisation. Veritas has, over the years, been tout- ing itself...

African Catholics rebuff Pope on homosexuality

By Kundai Marunya A WAR against nature is brewing in the West. Through popular (pop) culture, many whites are advocating the most unnatural ‘family’ of homosexuals. So powerful is the homosexual movement that it has found ways to sneak subliminal messages in most of Western generated television...

EU out of sync with reality

By Elizabeth Sitotombe  THE European Union (EU), which continues to hold Zimbabwe to ransom under the yoke of sanctions, has, despite President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s well-intentioned efforts at re-engagement,  renewed its embargo.  Despite the Second Republic’s spirited efforts to engage the West, illegal sanctions have been macntained...

CCC’s second GNU futile bid

ASSERTIONS by former opposition CCC leader Nelson Chamisa that the country must hold fresh elections before 2028 are part of his bid to salvage the little that is left of his faltering political career through smuggling himself into Government or, at the very least,...

President Mnangagwa preaches unity

By Kundai Marunya PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged Zimbabweans to unite and emulate the late National Hero Retired Colonel Kenny Constantine Mabuya, who shunned tribalism. Cde Kenny Ridzai, as Mabuya was affectionately known during the armed struggle, passed away at West End Clinic in Harare on...

Chamisa should carry his cross

By Elizabeth Sitotombe    THE problems bedevilling Nelson Chamisa and his estranged CCC are self-inflicted.  Like the saying goes: ‘You can fool all the people some of the time but you cannot fool all the people all the time.’  When CCC members realised Chamisa’s oratory skills were only...

Why Chamisa quit CCC

THE audacious attempts last week by beleaguered former CCC ‘leader’ Nelson Chamisa to smuggle himself into Government had nothing to do with his feigned love for the country but were a last ditch resort to cushion himself from what inevitably turned to be an...

Counselling Services Unit in drugs row

By Elizabeth Sitotombe IT has come to The Patriot’s attention that the Counselling Services Unit (CSU) has been operating without a medicine dispensing licence.  The CSU runs a clinic that offers treatment and counselling. The CSU was based at 1 Raleigh Street, Kopje, Harare, but when...

CCC threatens members

By The Patriot Reporter “VANHU vakatovharidzirwa neparty vadyiwa ndivo number one kupandukira mukuru. Regai dust rimboderera mutengesi wese anofanirwa kutandaniswa. Kuti uku President varikurwa ne ZANU imi moita zva Tshabangu munotengesa zvinorwadza imi. Kutemesa musoro mwana wamai Nelson. Mose manyorwa apa kana murimuno mugroup chizivai mave...

Cde Shamu warns land barons

By Emergency Mwale-Kmutande, recently in Zvimba West ZANU PF’s national Deputy Political Commissar, who is also Member of Parliament for Chegutu West Cde, Webster Shamu has sent a stern warning to land barons fleecing desperate homeseekers of their hard earned cash. Addressing ZANUPF supporters at a...

Okay Machisa’s Damascene momentmoment

By Okay Machisa  THE coming-in of the Second Republic, led by His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa, influenced my departure from ZimRights in 2019, where I had served as the national director for 11 years, since 2008.  My departure from ZimRights was not a forced circumstance but...

2024: Year of plenty

WHILE there are many things to look forward to for the people of Zimbabwe in 2024, most importantly, Government has put in place plans for another year of prosperity; it has already kick-started processes to make it a resounding success.  Since assuming office in 2017,...

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