We are glad to bounce back at a time when events in Zimbabwe are getting juicier.
There is an impeachment plot by Honourable James Maridadi on the President.
Noble idea honourable. It may not produce desired results but it will certainly mean something.
...sadly President Tsvangirai's ill health poses a threat to his quest to 'liberate' the people.
Now to the main points,
Here's how G40 & Lacoste can decimate each other quickly so that we can move on.
The anti-corruption blitz when effectively carried out, will leave no G40 member standing. Lacoste would be another inch ahead.
Human Rights Commission is another weapon that will endear Lacoste with the West whilst punishing all G40-linked human rights abusers.
3. Land audit
This is G40s counter. The young turks don't have as many farms as Lacoste bigwigs. An audit exposes the house of Lacoste as corrupt a fact that can be used to portray the factional nature of ZACC.
4. Parcel out stands & market stalls to rural Youth
It's already a G40 plan to give stands to urbanites so as to neutralize the MDC. It doesn't work: Urbanites will always reject ZANU PF.
Instead, G40 do some youth empowerment in rural areas. The rural youth will abandon the Lacoste chefs (who need them for campaigning).
5. Alliances with the opposition
Like it or not, politics in Zimbabwe is now a coalition game. The faction that can lure People First, MDC and or both into their bed, will be crowned VICTORS.
Back to the cash shortages ...word on the street is that the SA Rand or ZAR has rebounded in Zimbabwe. Whilst its free fall continues on the money markets, the informal forex dealer who decides currency rates here pegged it at US$1: R7. That means informal economy which is now the mainstream prefers a depreciating Rand over the coming Bond Notes.
Raise your flag. The professor in trying to hijack our flag protest movement, but we reminded him that #ThisFlag is #OurFlag. We still own it and we aren't deterred. No amount of character assassination can make us lose focus. We remain standing in solidarity with Lynette, Dirk, Patson & Lumumba who Occupy Africa Unity Square in protest against injustice, Dzamara's abduction and total government failure.
To those 'in power' we say (in Luveve Boys tone), "You used to run it. Manje so wapera."