- VOTO’s campaign partly achieves aim as some legislators volunteer to declare assets
- Protest singer releases child abuse songs on Child Abuse album as figures of child rape increase
- Zimbabwe Declare Assets Campaign falls on deaf ears as MDC party breaks promise to declare assets
- ZANUPF Thug,CIO and Filthy liar Bongani Gumbo exposes me in falsehoods
- Viomak's publicty officer Harriet selected for GroundReport Recognition Award
Initially I suspected the man who is tormenting me on facebook to be a ZANUPF CIO,spy or staunch supporter .Why? I have had so much experience with ZANUPF CIO's and the way they approach me is similar.
- Why Nehanda Radio editor Fortune Tazvida is targeting me - Issue dates back to 19/12/2008
- The MDC-T monster harassing me for asking MDC leaders to declare personal assets
- Rowdy MDC terrorist Muchie Mangada harasses aspiring woman president,calls her a Psycho
- Zimbabwe constitution should respect gays and lesbians right to be heard
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).
A rogue ZAPU-Europe official Martin Chinyanga Da William who has decided to represent ZANU PF Mugabe in the UK by terrorising anti-Mugabe singer, freedom of expression campaigner ,human rights defender and aspiring woman president Viomak is not looking back.
- MDC-T torture victim seeking help puts faith in aspiring woman president
- Alleged ZANUPF spy in the Netherlands, Stephen Matenga mounts smear campaign against Viomak
- Cecila Kadzamira involved in ZANUPF CIO syndicate spying on activist on Facebook
- Woman President for Zimbabwe as activist reveals plans on political party formation
The life of prominent protest singer Viomak is allegedly in danger in Britain after Admore Tshuma a former Zimbabwe Government run Chronicle chief reporter warned her that he will not be intimidated by her in an email .
Contrary to the gun battles we are accustomed to, we now have cyber-warfares fought from one’s comfort zone, be it bedroom, office, swimming pool, etc but with deadly effects. —Dr. Olivia Muchena, Zanu (PF) Secretary for Science and Technology
Viomak's velvety voice drifts through the air like a lullaby on a gentle breeze. But her protest songs pack a punch which could mean jail for anyone caught listening to them in her native Zimbabwe.
The Government of Zimbabwe may think it has set its foreign exchange market on the right track by revamping the local currency, but there are those who beg to differ.
Should banned singers have their own news sites?