Sanctioned ZBC Reporter Says He has Nothing To Lose

Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) journalist Musorowegomo Mukosi said that Zambians and the entire SADC region are eagerly looking forward to the Anti-Sanctions activities set for Friday, 25 October 2019.

Speaking during an exclusive interview with ZBC News, Mukosi argued that he has little to lose from being on the sanctions list, but that it is the economy that is negatively impacted. He said:

I was recently in Zambia and I could not believe the enthusiasm that these people had towards the removal of sanctions on Zimbabwe yet they are not even affected directly, they are actually looking forward to the big day and this is something that Zimbabweans are failing to do for their own country.

Mukosi was placed on the sanctions list in 2008 alongside other ZBC journalists, Reuben Barwe and the late Judith Makwanya.

The sanctions are targeted on individuals and companies considered to be perpetuating the suffering of the generality of Zimbabweans by violating their right and those abetting the perpetrators.

More: ZBC News

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4 comments on “Sanctioned ZBC Reporter Says He has Nothing To Lose

  1. Your bread is buttered by Zanu propaganda which has gotten into your head

    I feel sorry for you for having to lie Zimbabweans all your life

  2. Only a self conceited crook could have such a blazay attitude ,it won’t affect him as he and his mates are living off the missing one billion us that none can find
    When the money is gone he will be the first too cry fowl and dream up imaginary enimies like all cowards do
    Not only is he his own enemy he is the enemy of every law abiding citizen and it is the likes of he that have brought misery upon al no one else

  3. You’re lost. Mukosi is simply a hardworking, honest farmer and miner. Don’t be under the illusion that anyone who supports noble national causes such as the anti sanctions drive is a brazen crook. Also, it would do you a lot of good to differentiate between patriotism and political affiliation. Why do you think there’s more than 25 farms of the 56 Zimbabwean companies places under the US sanctions?? HOw do you honestly sanction a mere farm? If you care to know, it’s cos of the land reform exercise, which was long overdue. The us and eu never supported the expropriation of land from their own, for the benefit of the majority.

  4. Ngoni
    Your great comrades have already admitted their land program was a disaster so stop using that same old boring routine
    At the top of the page it says he is a reporter ,real miners and farmers don’t have time for idle political garbage they should be hard at work something they don’t have. To when distorted patriotism is in play
    The farm is not under sanctions the brazen crook is wake up get your head out of the zanu cash cows backside

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