WATCH LIVE as Gambakwe looks at the strange case in which controversial Zimbabwean tender businessman, Wicknell Chivayo, has stillnot been arrested for his role in the ZEC scandal. There has still been no investigation into key people named in the scandal.

This is in spite of the fact that the case against Wicknell is clear cut and has solid evidence.

Please watch the video above this post for more details.

Key Events for today

A petition has emerged that calls for an extraordinary summit on Zimbabwe. The petition now has over 5000 signatures. You can find the petition here:

Mike Chimombe and Moses Mpofu have been remanded in custody and their bail hearing will be today.

Harare car dealer and socialite, Matthew Musengezi, who has been on the run since 2021, has been jailed for a hit and run accident that occurred in 9 August 2021 in which he side swiped a car in Harare while driving his range rover resulting in the death of Gregory Zamba who was sitting in the passenger seat of the sedan which overturned multiple times.

Prince Dubeko Sibanda and Pashor Raphael Sibanda have been involved in a multiple vehicle accident in Bulawayo in which two donkeys were killed and the driver of a Honda Fit was hospitalised.


1. Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights have issued a statement on the international day in support of victims of torture.
2. ZIMRA is now refusing to take payment in ZIG for goods sold at its auctions.
3. Maphisa has been granted Town board status. Maphisa is located in Matobo, Matabeleland South about 110 km from Bulawayo.
4. Rumours circulating on Jonathan Moyo are false until confirmed.


1. Zimbabweans are operating in various factions which do not have a specific goal. There is no agreement on the path to free elections.
2. Mnangagwa ‘s role in SADC is going to be very controversial.
3. SADC will eventually be forced to intervene.
4. ZImbabwean opposition should have a defined program of action after SADC.

The role of national dialogue, resignation of Mnangagwa and a fresh election can not be taken by SADC as revealed to Gambakwe by various stakeholders. Gambakwe has revealed that the SADC Ministerial Committee on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation is the next event at which Zimbabwean can protest.