Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Pasi parohwa nenyundo zvechokwadi!!! Vari muHarare makambozvinzwawo here??

By Chacks Mutingwende

Beware of Private Car Drivers - some of them are eating human
intestines along the journey

A man who was travelling from Harare going to Bindura died before

arrival after boarding a Toyota Ipsum at the intersection of Sam
Nujoma (formerly 2nd Street Extension) and Hebert Chitepo in Harare.
He died because "he did not have intestines anymore" for they had been

eaten by the owner of this car as they were travelling.

Another school girl who was learning in Harare and staying in
Marondera is being said to have boarded a Mercedes Benz and in that
car were two people, a man and a woman. As they were travelling, this

car is said to have stopped at some butchery that’s about 15 km from
Marondera, the owners of the car bought "matumbu nemaguru emombe"
(beef offals) and carried on with their journey.

The girl got the shock of her life when she saw these two people

eating that raw meat which had not been cleaned. Upon arrival in
Marondera, she got off the car. When she told her mother about this
shocking detail, that’s when she got sick and was rushed to a private
clinic in Marondera - where she was pronounced dead upon arrival. A post-mortem revealed that her intestines were missing.

In another incident similar to these ones, A man boarded a private car
in Chitungwiza and he was going to Hwedza. This car had a female
driver. After travelling a few kilometers, when they got to

Seke, the woman stopped the car, opened the boot and got some rice
that had "matumbu mambishi" (raw beef offals), and she started eating
as they were travelling. When they reached the junction of Seke road

and Mutare Road, this man requested for recess, he got into one of the
shops that operates there, and told the people what had happened
and begged the shop attendants to hide him so as to
avoid this woman. After some time, the woman is said to have come

into the shop and asked the shop attendant if they had seen this man,
but she was told they had not seen anyone like that. She went back,
started her car and drove away. The shop attendants then went to the
room where they had hidden this man, only to find him dead. After a

post-mortem, it was found that his intestines were missing.

Street word throughout the City of Harare has it that quite a number
of people have experienced this type of death. Another woman died
after boarding a car that was coming from Glen View, going to Mbare.

Another one died after boarding a private car along Robert Mugabe way,
that was going to Mabvuku. In a similar scenario, another man is also
said to have died before reaching Chegutu after encountering this

What’s surprising is that the intestines of all these people were eaten
whilst they were still alive. This tragedy is new to Zimbabwe, but its
believed to have been taking place for quite some time now. Here are

some facts about this tragedy:

■Your intestines are eaten whilst you are alive
■When you see them eating raw meat, they will be eating your intestines
■This is believed to enrich them, somehow.
■If ever you see it then you wont survive

■A post-mortem will reveal that your intestines are missing.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Samanyemba Final Destination Zhombe

Bob Nyabinde, who is also from Kwekwe and Jah Prayzah entertained mourners, while his band also took to the stage. Dhewa’s body was taken to his rural home in Sesombe, Zhombe, for burial today at 11am.Cars in the convoy played songs from Dhewa’s famous productions and honked through the night in celebration of Kwekwe’s music icon taken too soon.
Fans called on the local authority to name a street after Dhewa to preserve his legacy.

Meanwhile, the Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T party yesterday joined the rest of the nation in mourning the passing-on of Moyo, whom it described as one of the party’s supporting pillars.

“The MDC family will not forget the support he gave to our President when Amai Susan Tsvangirai passed away on 6 March 2009. Moyo travelled all the way to Humanikwa village in Buhera to be with President Tsvangirai at his time of grief. Samanyemba may your soul rest in peace

Is “freedom of expression” a desirable and feasible end?

By Nqobile Mafu


It is well known that freedom of expression is an individual opinion which you can say something without any limitation. Also freedom of speech is the freedom to speak any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas, regardless of the medium used. This essay will critically analyse the freedom of expression in a desirable and feasible way. When we talk about media we will be talking of freedom of expression. We will be looking on how media is expressing its views to the society. This essay will critically go in depth of different countries and find out if freedom of expression is acceptable.
Mill's arguments for freedom of expression are simple enough. He himself summarizes them as follows: "We can never be sure that the opinion we are endeavouring to stifle is a false opinion; and if we were sure, stifling it would be an evil still." (Mill, 1974.p.76) But if one examines the way in which these arguments are elaborated, one soon discovers that Mill's summary of them is in fact oversimplified

The freedom of expression is very popular in Europe because anything is taken for granted. This essay may suggest that freedom of expression is vital in our society but at the same time it may destroy you. Freedom of choice limits when you harm other people, therefore it affects their freedom of expression. Giving an example of going in a pub and you use vulgar language and you use the word thug some other people may get offended by that. http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&defl=en&q=define:

According to Joel Brinkley article which was published on Saturday, October 3, 2009 at 3:00 a.m. state that with financial help from the United States; in Iraq several television stations began broadcasting relatively independent news. After decades of brutal repression, freedom of the press and expression flowered through, of course bombers and militants made life dangerous and harrowing for journalists and everyone else. 170 journalists were killed during the first five years of war. http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20091003/OPINION/910029870?p=3&tc=pg

Monday, 3 October 2011