Thursday, July 27, 2017

Viomak releases Supreme Leader protest album to escort Mugabe to the land of Kings

On 27 February 2010, President Mugabe’s 86th birthday celebrations will be held in Bulawayo, the land of Kings and protest singer Viomak is escorting the Supreme leader with the release of her 6th protest music album Happy 86th birthday President R.G Matibili (Supreme Leader).

Viomak to endorse Supreme Leader title with protest music album

In July 2009 hopes that dictator Robert Mugabe would be retiring were thwarted after the party's Midlands Province Coordinating Committee made a resolution that endorsed the 85 year old as ZANU PF's Supreme Leader. Good enough as far as ZANU PF is concerned but Viomak has refused to be sidelined.

Viomak releases hot single to cement VOTO campaign as MDC confirm assets declaration

Last year I wrote some articles concerning Voices of the Oppressed (VOTO)'s campaign to have MDC leaders declare their personal assets in which I stated that on 12 February 2009 (VOTO), an organization run by protest singer cum political activist Viomak, spearheaded a campaign that was seeking to have all MDC GNU leaders declare their personal assets in a...

Viomak unleashes Zimbabwe is mine in song as Chinhoyi is cursed

Viomak's sand skiing musical sport doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon. Banned from the day she produced her first protest album in 2006,the protest singer who is strengthening her artistic muscles and increasing her lyrical stamina with experience is managing to override and master her challenges in a plausible way.

Gappah: Today's Judas Iscariot

It defies logic how some of our new Zimbabwean writers are sacrificing their pen to become mouthpieces and running dogs of the West.

A Dark Horizon

Janine Dube has come a long way to establish herself as one of Zimbabwe's finest emerging contemporary writers from the Diaspora.

Viomak releases Christmas box bundle for Zimbabwe Circus politicians

As Zimbabweans continue to chew bubbles and swallow air in anticipation of a quick and successful resolution to the sleazy political crisis ravaging the country, protest singer Viomak continues to call a spade a spade, and if her music is to be played at a political rally all the political clowns in Zimbabwe will hide their faces in shame....
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