SW Radio Africa News Headlines Monday 17th June 2013
SW Radio Africa News Stories for Monday 17th June 2013
Moyo, the sub-chief of ward 17 village 3 in Shurugwi, says he refused to take orders from ZANU PF leaders to identify and register non ZPF supporters in his ward, as he doesn’t understand the motive behind it; while Nhamo says she was a ZPF activist but feels enough is enough and left ZPF despite being threatened about the land she was given on a resettlement farm in Somabhula. She says they can chase her off the farm as she doesn’t care anymore because she is not benefiting anything from it.
Duane Udd focuses on Father’s Day and after contrasting two father figures in politics in Africa he concludes on a personal note with a poem written for his father.
Richard takes some examples of fraudulent “mega-preachers” from the recent past in America to warn Zimbabweans of the tactics that are used to manipulate and deceive people in large groups. One example from the 1980’s is Pastor Peter Popoff who was caught getting radio messages from his wife when he was claiming to be hearing directly from God.
Ezra Tshisa Rhythms features interview and music from a young Zimbabwean music producer plus hot tunes from mama Africa just for your listening pleasure
Join the SW Radio Africa News team for a round up of this weeks news in Zimbabwe.
Alex Bell is joined by Independent journalist Herbert Moyo who describes his experience at the hands of MDC-T members last week, who beat him up during a demonstration he was covering at Harvest House. Moyo says the violent incident is not isolated and similar attacks across the political divide are continuing across the country. He says that until there is an overhaul of attitudes, violence will continue in Zimbabwe.
SW Radio Africa News Headlines Friday 14th June 2013
SW Radio Africa News Stories for Friday 14th June 2013