Cape Town Television Host: John Matisonn December 2016 Here are the uTube links to John Matisonn’s interview with me last year. The interview was shown on Cape Town Television in December but has been unavailable to Zimbabweans until now.
The Chronicle 15th March 2017 Here is the link to The Chronicle which records this story. http://www.chronicle.co.zw/road-rage-driver-apologises-to-coltart/
News 24 By Njabulo Ncube 14th March 2017 Harare – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is promising to give more land to the country’s former freedom fighters, telling those who have not yet benefitted from his land programme to “indicate” which farms they prefer, ahead of next year’s elections. War collaborators, former political detainees and restrictees
The Chronicle By Nqobile Tshili 11th March 2017 Former Education Minister David Coltart was almost run over by a reckless driver who was driving on the wrong side of the road in Bulawayo yesterday. Mr Coltart posted the road rage video on Facebook showing the driver of a white Mercedes Benz C Class registration number
Newsday 7th March 2017 By Moses Chamboko Many people have lost their lives fighting for democracy in Zimbabwe. These include Talent Mabika and Tichaona Chiminya, MDC activists who were callously murdered in the lead-up to the hotly-contested 2008 elections. David Coltart’s personal aide, Patrick Nabanyama disappeared on June 19, 2000 and was later found dead,
Bulawayo News 24 By Ndou Paul 24 February 2017 Zimbabwe’s first Chief Justice John Fieldsend has died at the age of 95. Justice Fieldsend died on Wednesday after a long and courageous fight against lung cancer. Chief Justice Fieldsend was appointed for a fixed term and assumed office on 1 July 1980. Born in England,