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Godfrey Mtimba

Godfrey Mtimba is a journalist based in Masvingo, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe. Godfrey is a versatile journalist who has worked for various national and international media organizations including the Daily News Zimbabwe, The Zimbabwe Standard and Voice of America. Mtimba is an all rounder who can do poitics, current event, sports, entertainment, social and human interest stories.

 
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The story exposes how the ruling party forced struggling Zimbabweans and companies to sponsor President Mugabe's 93rd birthday bash that was funded to the tune of a whopping $2 million. The lavish birthday bash was held despite continued suffering by the masses in the country, due to the current economic meltdown.


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This story in Zimbabwean vernacular language shona narrates how local desperate for a change of government are supporting the idea of a grand coalition ahead of next year general polls. Residents from the southern province of Masvingo urged the opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai to go ahead with the idea but be cautious when selecting members from other political parties as some might not be in a position to add value.


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The story exposes the ruthlessness of the ruling party in attempting to silence opposition activists. In this story a Masvingo a youth leader in the MDC led by Morgan Tsvangirai lost his homestead and property worth thousands of dollars was destroyed. His daughter who was sleeping in one f the rooms nearly lost her life. The story depicts gross human rights violations and lack of rule of law in the country as the perpetrators from the ruling party were not apprehended.


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The story exposes the ruthlessness of the ruling party in attempting to silence opposition activists. In this story a Masvingo a youth leader in the MDC led by Morgan Tsvangirai lost his homestead and property worth thousands of dollars was destroyed. His daughter who was sleeping in one f the rooms nearly lost her life. The story depicts gross human rights violations and lack of rule of law in the country as the perpetrators from the ruling party were not apprehended.


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The Zimbabwean government in a bid to snoop on the work of Civil society organization, increased spying on the institutions when they do their work. This is because the government accuse the Civic society of aiding opposition parties in the country to effect regime change. The heavy presence of the government spy agency, Central Intelligence Organization(CIO) has been blamed by the Civil society for disturbing their operations as the community are afraid of attending meetings and workshops in a bid to avoid being identified by the spies. The organizations also claim that the Presence of the spy violates basic people rights.


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