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Mnangagwa was apologise first for Gukurahundi

Daily News 17 May 2016 By Jeffrey Muvundusi It will be prudent for Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to issue a public apology on his role during the Gukurahundi atrocities if he truly aspires to be the next president of Zimbabwe, ex-Education minister David Coltart has said. Responding to a question on the VP’s suitability for

Op-Ed: Reckoning nears for Mugabe’s Heirs

Daily Maverick By Dr Stuart Doran 16 May 2016 Times are changing in Zimbabwe as Mugabe’s end nears, but would-be successors are facing uncomfortable questions and equally uneasy choices. The way they react to these dilemmas will shape the country’s future. Dr Stuart Doran is a historian and the author of a forthcoming book, Kingdom,

Gukurahundi: VP must apologise – Coltart

The Zimbabwean 15 May 2016 FORMER MDC Khumalo Senator, David Coltart, has challenged Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to publicly apologise for his role in the 1980s Gukurahundi atrocities or accept he has no hope in the succession race. In his recently-published book ‘The Struggle Continues :50 Years of Tyranny in Zimbabwe’, Coltart claims that Mnangagwa,

Write Your Own Books – Coltart Tells Moyo, Charamba

Radio VOP By Dumisani Nyoni May 14 2016 Bulawayo, May 14, 2016—FORMER Education minister, David Coltart has challenged Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo and Presidential spokesman George Charamba to write their own accounts of national issues and stop attacking him for doing the same. Coltart recently published his book entitled, “Struggle Continues: 50 Years of

National Pledge – When a Nation Lacks Self-Belief

The Herald By Nathaniel Manheru 14 May 2016 I am conflicted. I would have wanted to deal with David Coltart’s book or, better still, deal with the whole debate around bond notes, both of them quite urgent and substantive. But I find myself having to deal with a matter that by now should have been

Coltart condemns UDI and explains days in the police force

The New Examiner By Sibonokuhle Ndlovu 14 May 2016 The former Minister of Education and Bulawayo South senator, David Coltart, addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club on Thursday said the Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) by Ian Smith’s regime in 1965 was “illegal and oppressive” and cannot be defended. He also opened up about