ZNU Podcast


ZNU 121 released. In this programme I look at the ‘extension’ to 90 days of the 21 day rule for the second round of the Presidential election – the forced postal ballots of policemen, their spouses and dependents, the release by the RBZ of the 250 and 500 million dollar bearer cheques (including the advent of the agro-cheque), and the diplomatic hoo-haa caused by the ZRP when they stopped a party of diplomats who were returning from a detention camp and a hospital where they had visited injured MDC members who had been beaten…

The programme can be heard using the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar on The Bearded Man blog, here or even played and/or downloaded here.

All historical programmes can be played as required from my Odeo page.

I do appreciate your continued support in my audio adventures…

Take care.

‘debvhu

ZNU 120 released. In today’s programme I have a look at Mbeki’s admitting that he is a Robert Mugabe/ZANU PF supporter, and a look at the future for Zimbabwe… The programme is available to play using the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar of The Bearded Man blog, here or even downloaded from here.

As usual, the historical programme are available to play on demand from my Odeo page

My thanks for the continued support of my audio endeavours…

Take care.

‘debvhu

ZNU 119 released. In this programme I look at the problems facing the MDC with the surprise release of the long-awaited Presidential election results, now to be followed by an election second round runoff.

The programme can be heard using the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar of The Bearded Man blog, on Odeo, here or even downloaded or played here.

All of my podcast programmes are available to play or an ‘as required’ basis on my Odeo page.

You may be interested to know that my podcasts have been played an average of 104 times each. I thank you all for the support of my podcast endeavours.

Take care.

‘debvhu

ZNU 118 is released. As you will no doubt hear, I am absolutely exhausted – mainly because I am fighting with a problem in my injured arm. I have not been sleeping very well, but will continue in my quest for the Zimbabwean people.This would be as good as any point to advise you all thatthere will not be a posting on Wednesday this week as I have an appointment with the Specialist to work out just what has gone wrong in my arm and what steps we are going to take to sort it all out.

In today’s podcast I look at the UN and AU Charters with the Zimbabwean crisis in mind, whilst the MDC offices in Harare are raided by armed policemen and hundreds arrested, the death toll in the post-election violence continues to rise, whilst the MDC majority in Parliament is confirmed in the recount.

We still await the Presidential election result.

The programme can be heard in the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar of The Bearded Man or here and can be either downloaded or played from here.

My historical podcasts (all 118) can be heard anytime from my Odeo page.

Thank you for your continued support of my weekly podcasts.

ZNU 117 released. In today’s programme I look at the presence of a Chinese ship loaded with weapons for Mugabe in Durban harbour, moving on to Maputu in Mozambique – or elsewhere. I also look at the recount that started on Saturday morning, and the violence being meted out on the MDC supporters. And I question why SADC has given Mbeki another mandate to mediate in negotiations once again – when he is incapable of an impartial view.The show can be heard in the multiplayers in the right hand side bar of The Bearded Man blog. It can also be heard here or even downloaded from here.

All of my previous programmes are available for playing on my Odeo page.

Thank you for your continuing support of my podcast endeavours.

Today is podcast day. For some reason the file I uploaded to Odeo over the weekend was deemed ‘invalid’ – which I know it isn’t.

ZNU 116 is my editorial “The Quietest Coup In History (or “Coup By Osmosis”)“. The programme can be heard here, or in the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar of The Bearded Man blog, or even downloaded from here.

All of my previous programmes are available for listening to on my Odeo page.

Thank you for your continued support.

ZNU 115 is released. This was recorded on Friday – only because I am so very tired and had so much to do over the weekend… If the programme contents then seem dated with developments going on in Zimbabwe, then I apologise.

In this programme I read my posting from last week, entitled “VINDICATED!“…

The programme can be played in the player on The Bearded Man, the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar on that page, here, or even downloaded from here.

All 115 programmes are archived on my Odeo page.

Thank you for your continued support.

Take care.

‘debvhu

ZNU 113 released. In today programme I look at the case of police officers being imprisoned for 2 weeks for allegedly supporting the MDC, whilst the top cop in the land freely supports ZANU PF, and also the MDC’s decision not to pay any debt incurred by the Mugabe government if it wasn’t for the betterment of the country. I also look at “Charlie Wilson’s War” and compare it to Rhodesia, and I also question Makoni’s inclusion of himself when registering outrage at Operation Murambatsvina.

The show can be heard on The Bearded Man blog, or in the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar of that page, or here, or downloaded from here.

My Odeo page holds all 113 programmes, should you ever wish to listen to any show.

Take care.

‘debvhu

ZNU 112 released. In this week’s programme, amongst others, I look at the claim Mugabe has made that General Mujuru has no allegiance with Simba Makoni, armed forces’ General Chiwenga has repeated his threat that his army will not accept any win except one by Mugabe, and the imprisonment of a voter for one month – for tearing up an election poster of Mugabe. I also look at the statement by the ZRP chief to also not recognise any win – except one by Mugabe, and the ‘threat’ by Mugabe to repossess farms from government chiefs who own more than one.

The programme can be heard using the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar on The Bearded Man, or here, and can downloaded (or played) from here.

My Odeo page has all historical programmes for you to hear should you so wish.

Take care.

‘debvhu

ZNU 111 released. I stay with the bulletin theme. It allows me to cover so much more ground in a limited time…

It can be heard in the multiplayers in the right hand sidebar (of The Bearded Man blog), or here, whilst can also be downloaded from here.

Take care.

‘debvhu

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