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Makomborero Haruzivishe
Human rights defender ~ Pro-democracy campaigner ~ Former Secretary General ~ Youth leader ~ Socio-Economic Freedom in our generation.
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
Replying to @thestig27 @iMisred
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
I could only but marvel
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Max Lion May 16
I used to think that South Africa would struggle politically because they didn’t win a war like Zim did. Last week they held their elections and they moved on like any other normal day. What does Zim have to show for wining the war? The liberators have become oppressors.
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
Noone can keep a good man down, you will find your way to the top again. People may frustrate, but they can't take away your capacity and there is no replacement for capacity.
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M I S R E D May 17
I have always said that the most important job we have is to teach each other tolerance & respect for different opinions and expression of concerns that may go AGAINST the status quo... but when all is said and DONE, we are one Zimbabwe and I am my brothers keeper!
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Sbuda May 16
once took a bullet for his producer who was suspended from the SABC and he got fired. Now he took a bullet for the interns who are sexually abused by the "Top Dogs" and he got fired again. But they don't know that You Can't Keep The Good Man Down, he'll rise again
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
Replying to @jerrym1234567 @iMisred
A job has contractual obligations which clearly can't be flouted by simply tweeting about money depreciation
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M I S R E D May 16
I woke up and and the money in my account had less value than when I went to bed...... I hate to say this but....
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
Replying to @chigwagwagwa
The beauty of language is best experienced with the art of jargon and use of language skills like irony. Putting the words 'influx' and 'SHORTAGES' in one sentence is called juxtaposition in literary circles and has an effect of driving home an outstanding point.
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
Yes yes. How can we forget ☺ ☺ 😊
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 17
Expensive PRICES,an influx of fuel/cash/electricity/medicines SHORTAGES & drought ravaged rural areas are ENOUGH reasons for every right thinking Zimbabwean to say ENOUGH is ENOUGH! If you can't even afford basics like data & bread then WHY continue tolerating the status quo?
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AnkhElGreen May 15
Tell the EU to ban the ivory trade – NOW! via
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Citizens Forum Zimbabwe May 16
Open for business of impunity and looting
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cnhizwa May 16
When the already existing investors are suffering dont expect any serious investor tp come
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Ngonidzaishe May 16
This is a very loaded statement by a private entity. How do you attract FDI when all investors see in you is corruption and impunity?
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Makomborero Haruzivishe May 16
"We have started legal proceedings against ... We feel the treatment we have received from the authorities has been driven by corruption and a sense of impunity, which we believe there is no end in sight." Mettalon Gold company. ZanuPf Solution: Blame sanctions 🤯
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Tererayi Rushwaya May 16
Replying to @MakomboreroH
Yes. Only a revolution can solve the problem. Only radical political change can turn around the economy.
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Timo Olkkonen_EU May 15
Thanks to Zimbabwe-EU Economic Partnership Agreement Zimbabwean produce have duty and quota free access to the UK and the rest of the European Union market. The EPA has been applied since 2012
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People Power|| TheMasses|| Merciless on Tyranny May 16
You speak sense and that's exactly the current situation. Imagine the reckless matemadandas, .these goons now believe their lies. They think people love them, they think they are legit. None of them will match Chamisa or debate him by any shred
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Siphosami Malunga May 16
Remember Chief Rekayi Tangwena, he fought against the eviction of his people in Manicaland by the Rhodesian government? He is a national hero. Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni is fighting against the eviction of his people in Ntabazinduna by the Zimbabwean government. Difference?
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