The new public protector says she will leave the dispute over the state capture report prepared by h.
Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya's platitudes and spurious inferences on the tragedy engulfing Zimbabwe are superficial and lack candour and objectivity.
His comparison of Robert Mugabe to PW Botha is not only ludicrous and disingenuous, it is also fraught with innuendo, bias and the insincerity that has been the constant feature in the arsenal of apologists of Morgan Tsvangirai and his faction of the MDC.
How can anyone discuss Zimbabwe without mentioning Tsvangirai and his obstructionist stance, which is in keeping with the wishes of the US and Britain?
What are African leaders expected to do when confronted with the machinations of external forces that want to impose imperialistic and neo-colonial ambitions on a sister country?
The US, UK and EU have openly stated that their main objective is not only regime change, but also an unwavering and unapologetic determination to see their man, Tsvangirai, become president.
The MDC calls for war without persuading their adopted side to abide by their promise to accept the SADC decision about the resolution of the impasse involving the home affairs ministry. Tsvangirai has reneged on his promise and refuses to share the ministry recommended by leaders who are now vilified and condemned.
Mzimkhulu ka Nyeka,Philadelphia, US