News:Mugabe Warns Tsvangirai Over Demonstrations

<vote /> Speaking at a send-off ceremony for students who were going to study in China under the Presidential Scholarships Programme at State House in Harare yesterday, President Robert Mugabe warned opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai against trying to unseat the Zanu-PF Government through violence, saying Government would not sit back and watch.

Mugabe said

Even if our economy is not doing well, do you have to go in the streets and even burn some of those very little shops that the people are depending on? Burn their cars in the streets, burn their shops, do you have to do that? To gain what? To gain power. And if you got power, you have burnt the streets, what will you do? Where is your starting point from the ashes? And if you take over after burning the streets and war, and those you have taken power from would also want to start burning. So burn me and l will burn you. What politics is that? Hatisi isu, zviri kuitika kumaArab ndezvavo hatingazviunzi kuno. Hondo yavo kwayakabvira nezvavarikurwira ikoko. Vari kurwira maAmericans vanaminister ikoko varikurwira pachavo ivo ikoko varikurwa nekuti vanoda chiMoslem kuti chive ndicho chikuru kukunda chiChristianity ChaJesus. Zvino ava havanzwisise vanaTsvangirai. Zvinonzi izvozvo zvakaitikita ikokowo zvingandipinze mupower. But tinoti aah, aiwa, ngavarege kutimutsa. Hatidi kusorwa, tiri vanhu vakanyarara zvedu. Tinoda kuti vanhu vedu vave nerunyararo, vana vedu vachienda kuchikoro . . . that is what we want.

Yesterday NERA took to the streets demanding electoral reforms. Read more here.

The Herald


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