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SOUTH AFRICA – Two members of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) based in the North West have been involved in a sex scandal after an image of them in bed made its rounds on social networks.

Speaking to The Citizen, Sehloho said he had been dating Montsho for over a year and they were both unmarried
EFF rocked by sex scandal: report
The two members, Thabo Sehloho and Diseko Montsho are senior officials of the party.

Sehloho is the acting secretary while Montsho is a member of the provincial executive. The Citizen reports that an image of the two in bed, taken by a friend, started circulating on social media. A complaint was then laid and the matter escalated to Commander in Chief, Julius Malema.


The image was posted to a Facebook group, seemingly run by an insider. The post reads in part: “Our source also revealed that Diseko has also bragged that she sleeps with executive members as a token of appreciation for being roped in as a Provincial Command Team member.”

The post goes on to point out that other members of the party are involved in sex for favours affairs, citing Montsho and Sehloho as prime examples.

Malema is said to have dismissed the complaint after Sehloho said he wanted the party to act against the people who posted the image.

Sehloho however, was under the impression a video was leaked and because an image was circulated instead, Malema declined to investigate further. Speaking to The Citizen, Sehloho said he had been dating Montsho for over a year and they were both unmarried. Times Live

HARARE – President Robert Mugabe has managed to stay in power because of an intricate web of strategists and informers that he pits against one another for his own benefit, Senior party members revealed to The Zimbabwean this week.

The astute leader did not rely on a core team of advisors but surrounded himself with a broad group of people in order to get as much information as he can before making his decisions, they said.

“There are several layers of clandestine strategists, informers and advisors. He tasks them to do similar and different jobs simultaneously and carefully sieves through their verbal and written reports before making a decision.
President Robert Mugabe
“Each layer is not aware of the others. Depending on the sensitivity of what he wants, the president can dispatch as many as six teams or core resource persons to investigate and research on something. Mostly, if not always, these teams or individuals are not aware of what the others would be doing,” said one of the high ranking sources.

Sending many people unknown to one another to carry out a single task gives Mugabe space to make an informed and strategic decision, he added. The teams are formed from his close security unit, national intelligence, political experts, staff from the office of the president and cabinet, the securocrats, parastatals, party officials and sometimes relatives and colleagues who are not active members in Zanu (PF) or employees of government.

Once in a while, Mugabe also sought help from trusted non-Zimbabweans who are experts in different fields, but he always took care to ensure there was at least one counterintelligence team or individual to ensure that he was not misled.

“President Mugabe often tells his sources that they have lied to him and proceeds to point out things that he would not have known on his own. But there are also cases when he deliberately accepts misrepresentations for as long as they serve his own interests,” said another senior party member.

In other cases, he pretends he is not aware of what some party members are plotting, waiting for an opportune moment to reveal the secret.

However, despite this reliance on clandestine informants and advisors, Mugabe has missed it in many cases. It would be expected that the numerous layers of strategists, sources and advisors would guarantee that he gets accurate information all the time.

“His advisors have come to know what he expects and they are not too keen to anger him by telling him the truth. In that case, they panel beat their reports to suit with what he expects. A good example is the elections between 2000 and 2008. Many of them knew that the tide had turned against him but they were too scared to tell that he was no longer popular. As a result, they would always report to him that the people were still with him,” said the source.

While the informants and advisors are aware that there are counter missions in the tasks they are given by the president, they have largely failed to identify the faces behind them, said the sources.

As a result, they proceed cautiously and do not know who to trust or confide in. This uncertainty has forced them to tell Mugabe what he wants to hear in order to secure their positions and interests.

“He knows of the crimes and other shenanigans that all the key members of the party might be guilty of, courtesy of his web of informants,” said one source.

Mugabe has publicly claimed that he was all along aware of Joice Mujuru’s plans to take over power from him. He has used factional fights in his party to maintain a hold on power.

In 2004, he made Mujuru his deputy after changing the constitution when her faction then led by her husband, Solomon, informed him about the clandestine Tsholotsho meeting to strategise on how Emmerson Mnangagwa could succeed him.

Ten years later, in 2014, he changed his favour to the Mnangagwa faction, which claimed that Mujuru was out to topple him. Analysts say Mugabe might be telling the truth that he was aware of Mujuru’s succession plan, or simply saw an opportunity to remain in power by siding with Mnangagwa. The Zimbabwean

JOEL Mujuru, elder brother of the late Retired General Solomon Mujuru, yesterday dismissed reports that his younger brother sired about 90 children with different women, saying the family was only aware of nine children from three wives including the former Vice-President Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru.

Joel described all the other women and children who were now emerging from the woods seeking to claim a stake in the late army commander and national hero's estate as "street kids and gold diggers" seeking to reap where they did not sow.

Mujuru died mysteriously in an inferno at his Beatrice farm in 2011. His multi-million-dollar estate has not yet been distributed and is currently at the centre of a fierce fight with several beneficiaries and claimants, among them Joice and her five children, lining up for a share of the spoils.

Latest on General Solomon Mujuru's 90 children with different women.
His official wives, according to Joel, were Joice, the late Simbiso — who had two children — and another woman he only identified as "Maidei's mother".

His vast business empire included mining and farming ventures.

But Joel said what was disturbing and suspicious was that several children were now surfacing at the courts before they introduced themselves to him, the only known surviving elder brother of the deceased.

"The rest who now claim to be Solomon's children are street kids who are after his wealth," Joel said.

"What kind of children are they who appear at the courts without even coming to see their father's relatives? We like Solomon's children, but those we don't know should go for paternity tests first before we can accept them. Where were they when Solomon was still alive?"

The family is currently embroiled in a war over the estate, with many children surfacing at the High Court to claim their share of the vast empire amid reports that the former Vice-President had hidden her late husband's will to deny other children born out of wedlock their share of the inheritance.

When the family met at the High Court recently to choose an executor, about 20 children were reportedly named as the late General's children.

Some of them claimed that the former VP had changed ownership of some properties and demanded an audit of "their" father's estate before it was distributed.

But Joel said his brother's estate was still intact.

"If they want to know about Solomon's estate, they should ask us. They should only go to the courts if there is a dispute. I am not supporting Teurai, but we cannot ignore her, she is Solomon's wife. After all, as the Mujuru family, we don't want anything from Solomon's estate. It should be shared by his wives and children. But those that emerge now should go for paternity tests first," Joel said.

He added: "I want everyone — including Teurai — to know that we don't need anything from Solomon's estate. If Teurai also thinks that we want her husband's wealth, she is mistaken."

Meanwhile, former Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo said the Zanu PF national disciplinary committee's report which implicated the late General Mujuru in a plot with his wife Joice to oust President Robert Mugabe as way back as 2004 was a desperate attempt to besmirchthe former VP.

Mujuru was recalled from her VP post and Zanu PF position in December, and summarily expelled from the party last week for allegedly plotting to kill Mugabe.

"For them to now say the late General was plotting to kill the President, and yet they buried him at the National Heroes' Acre, shows a desperate attempt to find fault in his wife. Why were they quiet all along and say it only when he is dead and punish his wife for that?" Gumbo queried.

Gumbo, Mujuru and former Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa were expelled from the party for allegedly plotting against Mugabe.
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Self-proclaimed Dancehall King, Winky D-real name Wallace Chirimuko insists that he still rules the roost when it comes to the bubble gum like music genre and is not going anywhere!

Despite the emergence of a new crop of talented dance hall artistes over the last few years, Biggie-as the chanter is fondly known-says he has been at the helm for the past decade.

The Kambuzuma bred chanter opened up in his latest single titled Dancehall Igwe.
Self-proclaimed Dancehall King, Winky D-real name Wallace Chirimuko insists that he still rules the roost when it comes to the bubble gum like music genre and is not going anywhere!
Part of the song lyrics go: “Ngavandiwaridzire chi red carpet…buda munzira separi kuuya motorcade. Ninja security yakabata ma machete..chingamidzai dancehall Igwe, ten years ndiri panyanga and handibve.

“Crown inenge woolen yangu saka haibve…Biggie ndi dancehall igwe.”

He goes on to brag he was the first Dancehall artist to play for Arabs and White people, he however adds that in the same track that it’s not boasting but merely stating a fact that he has shaped the genre to be what it is to date and he has been rewarded by a high number of endorsement deals.

He also urges dancehall artistes to desist from using Juju so that they rule Dancehall since it does not last.
Download The Song Here

Tendai Mugabe and Lloyd Gumbo
DESPITE infantile denials that they had nothing to do with the Baba Jukwa Facebook page, or that their e-mail had not been hacked to expose the identity of those behind the page, the shadowy Facebook character on Tuesday admitted that hackers locked “him” out of his e-mail account last year.Hackers, who were working to unravel the identity of Baba Jukwa since last year, at the weekend identified two South Africa-based Zimbabwean journalists — Mkhululi Chimoio and Mxolisi Ncube — as the people administering the scandalous Facebook page.
Baba Jukwa confesses

The pair, in their private chats, admitted to fabricating most of the information on the page to cast Zanu-PF, its leadership, members and supporters in bad light and to prop up the fortunes of the opposition MDC-T.

The hackers took control of the e-mail account, babajukwa2013@gmail.com, and locked out its owners last year, though the administrators — who are still in control of the Facebook page — opened another account to continue operating.

And in a bid to hit back at the Sunday Mail, and Chronicle for breaking the story and the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services for commenting on the expose, Baba Jukwa posted his usual scandalous allegations against the editors of the paper and Minister Jonathan Moyo in which he unwittingly let the cat out of the bag.

Said Baba Jukwa in a post on Monday posted: “If hackers hacked why didn’t (they) take control of the famous Baba Jukwa page since they claim to have control of MY EMAIL I ABANDONED IN 2013?”

In their responses several people asked why Baba Jukwa was denying that he was exposed when he had just admitted that the hacked email was his.
‘’What I don’t understand is that this BJ has admitted owning the email address but still claims he is not those two guys, confusing indeed. But the clear thing is BJ chaiye akabatwa kare either way because uyu akadhakwa,’’ said one Reason Ben.

Wilberforce Nyamustsika quipped with ‘’So the e-mail hacked belonged to Baba Jukwa, but was abandoned 2013 kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk. Seka zvako mwana waNenguwo naMutoko.’’ while Brighton Chiwola took exception to the attempted smear on the two journalists and the minister, ‘’ You sound bitter! Why do u include Mathuthu when you know he is no longer with New Zim? Does the fact that Joram Nyathi is now with Zimpapers make the ZimInd a Zanu-PF project? The fact remains you were fooled and you thought you could fool us Zimbos, but now you have been CAUGHT! contrary to what you said in your chat with Sahwi, Zimbos are not fools!’’

The syndicate apparently panicked at the weekend and removed some of the more sensational posts that can potentially lead to criminal charges.
A cache of emails hacked from Gmail account babajukwa2013@gmail.com last year exposed the duo admitting to lying to their followers in addition to extorting an undisclosed amount of money to fund their project.

“Baba Jukwa” last year claimed that President Mugabe and Zanu-PF had put a US$300 000 bounty on their heads. But an e-mail dated July 6, 2013 addressed to one Commander Milan, “Baba Jukwa” laughed about how he had made up the bounty claim.

Some media organisations, including British newspaper The Guardian, ran stories based on “Baba Jukwa’s” lies.
The Facebook page also carried posts of private cell numbers of prominent people and exhorted the public to call them and harass them.

Several affected people said they experienced serious trauma in the form of insults and verbal abuse and called for the arrests of the administrators.
In interviews with The Herald, they recounted how they were affected by the intrusion into their privacy.

Some of them said those behind the Facebook page should apologise to the nation.
Environment, Water and Climate Minister Saviour Kasukuwere said: “It was a very bad situation where I received phone calls from all over the world with people intruding into my family unnecessarily. Obviously we are going to take action on that.”

Presidential spokesperson Mr George Charamba added, “They gave Charamba’s number claiming it to be President Mugabe’s number. I received numerous calls and most of them were, however, congratulating the President and of course some were insulting me.

“There was gross intrusion in my life and those behind that Facebook page should apologise to the nation and my person if we are to have a starting point.”
Mr Charamba said another time “Baba Jukwa” posted his cell phone number claiming that it was that of a girl searching for “a serious boyfriend”.

“I endured three months of courtship from several boys from South Africa and others in the United Kingdom who were using hidden numbers,” he said.
Mr Charamba said he reported the matter to the Posts and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe.

A senior security official who declined to be named said the architects of “Baba Jukwa” character were an extension of the illegal regime change agenda and must be sued.

A tale of two nasty divorces
Isdore Guvamombe Reflections
Back in the village, in the land of milk honey and dust or Guruve, anyone who blinds themselves from facts always learns through accident.
The last week of April brought to Zimbabwe two free-for-all circuses — one political and another social.
The nasty divorce of sungura musician Alick Macheso opened a Pandora’s Box on the bedroom issues which the talented singer had kept under wraps.
Then there was the political drama brought by political rivals in MDC-T.


This villager will start with Macheso or call him Cheso Power like his legion of fans would do. The guy is an enigma, small in stature and explosive on stage.
On his divorce, this village wordsmith is only limited by journalistic ethics from being explicit. But hey, do village elders not say the more a monkey climbs up a tree the more it exposes its genitals? Macheso is a man many men wanted to understand how he managed two wives in modern-day society.

Over the past four years or so, Macheso had become the envy, albeit secretly, of many men who have kept their second wives a secret, while Macheso managed to bring his together. But the melting pot of his marriage exploded, throwing everything to the public court of opinion.

His second wife Tafadzwa, this villager read in the newspapers, complained about the musician’s small bamboo stick. She likened it to a mopane tree worm, dora or icimbi, in the process insulting herself, too. (if that is true).

Back in the village every man brags about his bamboo stick no matter how tiny and in the village, too, manhood is not having the biggest bamboo stick between your legs but the ability to use it.

Did Macheso not father two kids with Tafadzwa using the same worm? Whether it’s true or false, the Macheso family should have found a better way to part, given their social standing, but they chose to give us the melodrama.

Yonder in Europe, they say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. In the village, divorces are handled by elders to avoid such dramatic leakages. Village elders say no matter how far one tries to urinate, the last drops fall by your feet.

You never come out of divorce smart. Both Macheso and Tafadzwa are soiled somehow, no matter how they try to smear each other with the dirt. The whole drama about paternity tests and maintaining the children has not done any good to both parties.


Of course, Macheso’s first wife Nyadzisai had the last laugh. Her name even becomes handy and prophetic!
Mr Tsvangirai
Then there was another messy divorce, this time a political one. The Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai, shortened to MDC-T to simplify it for villagers like this one, is in a dirty divorce.

Since its formation in 1999, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has divorced with two secretary generals, Tendai Biti and Welshman Ncube, leaving his party teetering on the brink of collapse. This villager does not want to go into how many women Tsvangirai has divorced. That is subject for another instalment.

The party has indeed become a circus in which the president, Tsvangirai and his estranged Secretary General Tendai Biti have become the chief clowns.
The party has become a headless chicken. When a president is suspended by his own party then you know things have really fallen apart.

The mishap in the MDC, the movement for disaster, has left the British and their allies scampering for cover with shame and disbelief for they have discovered that the party they created has done exactly the opposite of the international image they had wanted to portray. We in the village have not forgotten that the party was created for the purpose of removing President Mugabe, who today has the last laugh.

The circus in MDC-T is that they are blaming everything on President Mugabe, the Central Intelligence Organisation, ZANU-PF and the MDC led by Welshman Ncube.
Nothing on their own shortcomings. How silly! How stupid! The messy divorce has exposed the greed in MDC-T and the lies about democracy, good governance, accountability and freedom of expression.

Tsvangirai himself has been touted by silly Europe as a democratic politician, someone who believes in change. How can he like change and hate it at the same time?
It is clear he went into office for power and self-gain. He has turned against those who have challenged him, and beaten them even.

Europe should be ashamed. Europe created a monster in Tsvangirai.
Europe created a dictator. Europe created a master of violence, for, is Europe itself not violent and dictatorial? Europe, Europe, Europe!

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A fight for posts is brewing in the MDC-Team led by secretary-general Mr Tendai Biti amid reports that four officials are eyeing the presidency.
Although the camp indicated at its Mandel meeting recently that it was not breaking away from MDC-T, it emerged yesterday that it had come up with a line-up it would support at congress if it happened to attend the event in October.

However, speculation is rife that the camp might form its own political outfit if it fails to oust party leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai or is barred from attending the October congress.

Tendai Biti
Sources close to the goings on in the MDC-T intimated that Messrs Biti, deputy treasurer general Elton Mangoma and national executive member Engineer Elias Mudzuri are reportedly vying for the top post, while guardian council acting chairperson Ms Sekai Holland believed to be the linked to Australian donors, is emerging as the dark horse.

Eng Mudzuri, however, has since distanced himself from the two factions, intimating the people would chose leaders at congress.
Mr Biti and his camp crossed paths with Mr Tsvangirai after they convened a national council meeting recently that suspended the MDC-T leadership, including Mr Tsvangirai.

The sources said daggers are being drawn ahead of a convention provisionally set for Gweru on May 25.
A proposed list seen by The Herald showed that members of the renewal team have started positioning themselves with Mr Biti being touted as the president.

However, the proposals are reportedly being met with stiff resistance by the other aspirants.
Mr Mangoma has been proposed to be the national chairman, Mr Samuel Sipepa Nkomo first vice president, with Mrs Lucia Matibenga as second vice president.

Others on the list include Bulawayo provincial chairman Mr Gorden Moyo (secretary-general), Mr Solomon Madzore (deputy secretary general), Eng Mudzuri (organising secretary), Mr Alexio Musundire (deputy organising secretary), Mr Julius Magarangoma (vice chairman), Mr Arnold Tsunga (deputy treasurer), Mr Settlement Chikwinya (deputy spokesperson), Ms Evelyn Masaiti (women chairperson) and Mr Promise Mkwananzi (youth chair).


However, Mr Musundire attended a national council meeting convened by Mr Tsvangarai.
The proposed list also has self-exiled treasurer-general Mr Roy Bennett who maintains his position, a development that might effectively confirm his parting ways with Mr Tsvangirai if he agrees.

Mr Bennett is among the renewal proponents who have been calling for a new leadership.
Spokesperson for the renewal team, Mr Jacob Mafume, yesterday confirmed that a convention was on the cards.
He said it was normal for people to compete for positions as it showed that the part was a “competitive arena”.

“A convention is going to be held but the date and venue is not yet there,” he said. “But the aim is to bring together democratic forces together and create a platform to deal with the challenges facing Zimbabwe. It is a competitive arena and people do compete for positions but we have resolved that people maintain their current positions until the congress.”

Mr Mafume said it was not surprising that some quarters were seeing Ms Holland as a presidential contestant.
“It is not about funding,” he said. “She is in the guardian council and therefore the most senior person in the party and there is no problem in that. People jostle for positions everywhere but you organise the party in a manner that the leadership positions mean something. It has to be done in a co-ordinated manner.”

He claimed that other big names within MDC-T were behind the camp.
“This is not a joke and that is why Tsvangirai and his people are panicking, moving around the country suspending people in the provinces. If those they are suspending are their people why suspend them?”

Sources said the convention would discuss the proposed positions.
“It is scheduled for Gweru unless the venue is changed,” said the source.

“Biti has been in control, engineering most of the things, but there are also other proponents like Mangoma who think that they have done enough to lead the camp,” he said.

“As for Holland, she is in touch with some donors from Australia and by that she is beginning to take a leading role, but most people think otherwise.”

Added the source: “Chikwinya has also indicated that he will never deputise Mafume considering the role he has played in calling for leadership renewal.
“It is a challenge and we wait to see how this puzzle is going to be solved because if not handled carefully, the guys will go separate ways again.”
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