“Women Are Their Own Enemies”: Bhebhe Lashes Out At Female Politicians For Betraying Khupe

Speaking at an event to drum up moral and spiritual support for Thokozani Khupe in Bulawayo on Wednesday, Abednico Bhebhe criticised women for not supporting Khupe.

He said women are their own worst enemies. Said Bhebhe:


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At times I get extremely disappointed with women. You have the powers that you were given by God but you can’t use them. If you know the father of the child you are carrying in the womb, surely you should decide for the whole world. My problem is you can’t decide for the whole world. Now the biggest and worst enemy is not a man, your biggest enemy is yourself. They are so many women’s organisations here in Zimbabwe, and you know that Khupe was recently attacked by men, not by women. She has been attacked three times and I happened to be there, but with so many women’s organisations, we are not hearing your voices. Every time I hear some gossip going around, I am not hearing it from men, but I hear it from women. Those that are attacking Khupe the loudest are women. One woman came out saying this country is not ready to be ruled by a woman. I almost fell down, this is a woman saying that to another woman.

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6 comments on ““Women Are Their Own Enemies”: Bhebhe Lashes Out At Female Politicians For Betraying Khupe

  1. baba Bhebhe omama b
    ayazi ukuti isituation esilayo la eZimbabwe ifuna indoda elesibindi not umama olesibindi

  2. A normal person can not nt support anyone who is doing wrong things madam khupe is trying to destroy the real course so who do yu want to support that stupid idea mr bhebhe dont blame women for nt supporting bad things otherwise yu too yu ar nt seeing clearly swallow yo pride my fellow we dont eat constutionalism and that is axcatly the reason why tsvangirai failled to rule this country coz he tried to follow costitution look what the soilders did and mugabe is gone and ngwena is rulling in front of constitutionalism so sometimes just follow the masses and thats axcatly these women ar doing so dont blame them they or 100% correct

  3. What are the core specifics in this debate? Reading this story I sense sincere intentions and energy that I want to better understand. But, without the core issue spelled out here all I know is that there is a lack of clarity, suffering, and wasted energy on many levels. I understand Bhebhe’s pointing to women’s “internalized sexism”, which is painful to experience or witness on any level. Yet clearly, there is more going on here…but what is the wrong Khupe and Phelimon are indirectly addressing?

  4. What are the core specifics in this debate? Reading this story I sense sincere intentions and energy I want to better understand. But, without the core issue spelled out here all I know is that there is a lack of clarity and wasted energy on many levels. I understand Bhebhe’s pointing to women’s “internalized sexism”, which is painful to experience or witness on any level. Yet clearly, there is more going on here…but what is the wrong Khupe and Philemon are indirectly addressing?

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