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I have contributed to the transformation and spread of cricket to previously disadvantaged communities in a manner the minister cannot dispute. Now that he is the minister in charge of sport, he is using his position to actually regularise that resistance. I have known Coltart in cricketing circles well before I became a national selector and his contribution to the game has been nothing more than divisive. While the directives appear prudent and in the national interest at face value, their racial poison appears upon close scrutiny as they seemingly target only formerly white-dominated sports.
Coltart is correct in stating that his directives do not prevent Stephen Mangongo from being appointed national coach, but indirectly they disqualify him because a national coach automatically becomes a national selector. The cricket coach is involved in the selection of teams and Coltart knows that. For example, the current man training squad for the West Indies tour was picked by coach Alan Butcher, Zimbabwe High Performance coach and national selector Wayne James and myself.
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They were first presented to the then Zimbabwe Cricket Union by former national cricket captain Heath Streak and his all-white 14 rebel players and consolidated in a 2 word public statement they released on April 12, All these demands were aimed at removing the then national convener of selectors Stephen Mangongo and Macsood Ebrahim, who did not meet this criterion. The rebel players felt selectors who lacked these qualifications used unofficial quotas to bring more black players into the team.
They are just longstanding demands of people opposed to the transformation of cricket from being a preserve of a few families to a truly national sport, disguised as a Sports and Recreation Commission directive. Coltart should not try and fool us with his national interest mantra when in fact he is hell bent on removing all those responsible for the survival of cricket in Zimbabwe during a period he and rebel players and their backers sought to collapse the sport simply because more blacks were becoming involved.
Did he not lead a delegation to Cape Town to meet the England cricket team during the same World Cup to advise it not to fulfill its World Cup fixture in Zimbabwe arguing that it was not both cricketing and politically correct for England to do so? Readers are kindly requested to refrain from using abusive, vulgar, racist, tribalistic, sexist, discriminatory and hurtful language when posting their comments on the Daily News website.
Those who transgress this civilised etiquette will be barred from contributing to our online discussions. But, he concedes, the Internet may not be the most effective news delivery system for a nation with an 80 percent poverty rate.
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Most Zimbabweans with access to computers live outside the country, he said. Even though the online publication is only three months old, Mr. The news Web site, thezimbabwetimes. As managing editor of the Web site, Mr. Government harassment, lawsuits, jail and a hired assassin all failed to silence the voice Mr.
With the help of private commercial printers, the paper never missed a beat during the more than a year it took to raise money, rebuild and get a new press, Mr. No one was ever prosecuted in the attack, whose perpetrators were likely stunned to see it reported in the Daily News on Jan. It came days after Jonathan Moyo, then-minister of state for information and publicity, threatened to silence the newspaper, alleging it was a security risk to the nation, the Daily News reported.
Nyarota said the Daily News, which was finally banned by the government in when police raided the office, seized equipment and ordered staff off the premises, represented a threat not only to the power structure of the Zimbabwean government, but also an economic one.
The Herald had a nationwide circulation of , when the Daily News began publishing, he said. Within a year, the Herald had plummeted to 50, while demand for the Daily News had topped , copies, Mr. Ironically, it was the Herald that gave the thenyear-old secondary school teacher the chance to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a journalist when it picked Mr.
Nyarota among 12 other African black men for its new training program in The recruitment effort coincided with an accord that year for Prime Minister Ian Smith to cede control from the conservative white minority government of what was then Rhodesia to the black majority by Dec.
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He established and governed under a one-party socialist state until , when he instituted multiparty elections. But, according to Mr. Nyarota has denied the charge. In a CNN. His whole career, Mr. Nyarota says, he faced hostility from the government because of the investigative reporting for which he and the paper developed a reputation.
The scandal, which became known as Willowgate, lead to the resignations of four top officials and the suicide of a fifth. Shortly after the stories broke, Mr. Fearful for his life, he went into exile for several years after that, teaching journalism in South Africa, and returning to Zimbabwe in His task would not be easy.
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Nyarota was arrested six times, the paper was bombed twice and he received several death threats. The two men struck up a conversation. The hit man, Bernard Masara, was so taken by Mr.
Nyarota that he scrapped the plan to kill him, Mr.