Herald Letting us Down

AS usual our daily “public” newspapers continues to disappoint their readers as they fail to cover the issues they are expected to cover.


For starters, there was a lot of rancour at a recent Zanu PF politburo meeting after the party’s faction leaders engaged in verbal exchanges yet the Herald never wrote anything about it.

Is it because this “public” newspaper’s reporters never got wind of the story or did they choose to turn a blind eye to what is happening to its beloved party?

If such an incident had occurred at the MDC the Herald would have splashed the news for all to see for the whole week including photographs. This just shows how partisan the paper is and why it does not deserve to be called a public paper but should rather be called the Zanu PF Herald.

As a citizen of Zimbabwe I have the right to be informed and the Herald does not have the right to be the gatekeeper of such information.

There are power struggles within Zanu PF and the party is on the verge of collapsing and we need to know about it. United the MDC stands and divided Zanu PF falls.
 
Saymore Furusa,
Harare.

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