The Spectator 15 September 2016 By Matthew Parris David Coltart’s memoir describes incredible courage as well as political folly and human brutality ‘One who never turned his back but marched breast forward, Never doubted clouds would break, Never dreamed though right were worsted, wrong would triumph Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight
International Business Times By Elsa Buchanan September 14, 2016 Former Minister David Coltart claims military will “do anything in their power to hang on” in 2018 polls. Zimbabwe’s ruling party, Zanu-PF, and the military may be fracturing along generational lines but many underestimate party members and officers’ determination to stay in power as the 2018
Sunday Argus By Chris Chivers September 11 2016 TAXI drivers are usually shrewd judges of reality. Careering around the CBD and well beyond as a priest at St George’s Cathedral I learnt more in the context of minibus taxis about grassroots South African living than I did from most of the church meetings I attended!
The Herald By Obi Eguna Jnr Simunya 26th August 2016 This is a scurrilous piece regarding my son and daughter in law. For some reason the Herald does not allow one to cut and paste their articles so the link to this article is below. http://www.herald.co.zw/the-coltartmcgrath-regime-change-agenda/
NewZimbabwe.com By Addmore Zhou 19th August 2016 It has not been possible to download this article but the link is provided below. http://www.newzimbabwe.com/opinion-30798-Zanu+PF+crumbles+as+the+MDC+re-emerges/opinion.aspx
The Tablet 18th August 2016 By Rose Gamble and Sean Smith Task of ousting Mugabe is too big for one person, bishops conference says as Mawarire plans UN protest in New York Catholic church seeks to kickstart Mugabe protests stalled by pastor’s departure The pastor who fled to the US after becoming the focus of