SW Radio Africa (London)

24 December 2013

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Tops Zimbabwe's 'Naughty List'

opinion

Robert Mugabe has once again topped Zimbabwe's 'naughty list' this Christmas, after a year epitomised by the flawed elections, the widely disputed results and the ongoing deterioration of the country.

ZANU PF's top chefs are also all included on the list, leaked to SW Radio Africa from trusted sources at the North Pole.

While millions of people around the world have started tracking Santa's global journey, Zimbabwe's fat cats will not be hearing any sleigh bells overhead this Christmas Eve.

This includes Mugabe and his wife Grace, Vice-President Joice Mujuru and other party seniors like Emmerson Mnangagwa, Augustine Chihuri, Didymus Mutasa, Obert Mpofu, Patrick Chinamasa and Ignatius Chombo.

They are those accused of bringing suffering to Zimbabwe this year by rigging the elections, damaging the economy and preventing any meaningful change in the country. Santa's list has also questioned whose pockets have been fattened as a result of millions of dollars in diamond revenues, meant to help Zimbabwe.

Meanwhile millions of people around the world have signed on the 'Santa Tracker' website operated by America's military. Zimbabweans can also trace his journey, with just hour to go before he reaches Southern Africa, here: http://www.noradsanta.org

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