simonkhayamoyo.jpgZanu PF has castigated local journalists who thrive on spreading falsehoods bent on tarnishing Zimbabwe’s image and that of the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, Cde Robert Mugabe.

Cde Moyo was speaking at the launch of a Pan-African Magazine, ‘Light of Africa,’ aimed at telling the true story about the people of Zimbabwe’s aspirations, taking a cue from the principles of the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces President Robert Mugabe.

Cde Moyo commended producers of the magazine for the publication entitled ‘Pamberinevhu,’ which calls for the young generation to value and defend the objectives and gains of the liberation struggle.

“While the pen is said to be mightier than the sword, it must always be used responsibly and never as a sword to wreck havoc and be a weapon of mass destruction,” Ambassador Moyo said.

 

“We see this every day in our country by the so-called independent media masquerading under the banner of press freedom. When Zimbabwe burns, we all perish, irrespective of our political affiliations,” he said.

Patron of the magazine, Cde Danny Musukuma, said the publication is a dedication to Cde Robert Mugabe in honor of his stance to emancipate the black majority from colonial bondage.

Pamberinevhu – the Light of Africa Magazine will be distributed locally and internationally to send a message of President Robert Mugabe’s unparalleled vision in the fight against western machinations and inferences in the affairs of the sovereign countries like Zimbabwe.