Wednesday Programmes

06 August 2014

  • Cutting Edge with Mthulisi Mathuthu
  • Diana Zimbudzana, project coordinator at the Zim Exiles Forum, is warning SADC leaders not to emulate President Mugabe’s empowerment policies, particularly land reform, which she says has been a disaster. Zimbudzana says this after foreign affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi indicated that Zimbabwe would use the SADC chairmanship, which it assumes next weekend, to promote Mugabe’s policies.
  • Cutting Edge – Listen here


  • President Mugabe’s son, Robert Junior, is reportedly being earmarked for a political career, following weekend reports that some ZANU PF youth members are lobbying for his nomination to an influential position in the Youth League. This development comes after First Lady Grace was endorsed to lead the Women’s League two weeks ago, under the guise of ending factionalism in the party. Political commentator Mutsa Murenje says the elevation of Mugabe’s wife and son into party structures will raise tensions in the party.
  • Hidden Story – Listen here


  • Callback with Ezra
  • Maphepha says there is a serious cash flow crisis in Zim and the situation needs urgent intervention. He says the rate businesses and industries are closing down is alarming.

    Senzeni says she is a cross-border trader, buying goods from neighbouring states to sell in Zim, but people don’t have money to buy. She says it has hit her so hard she doesn’t know what to do next.

  • Callback – Listen here


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