Zanu-PF plots with a South African outlaw group to bring more terror to the country.
Four members of the military junta now ruling Zimbabwe in Mugabe's name are holding secret meetings with representatives of PAGAD, the notorious Islamic terrorist organisation based in Cape Town, South Africa.
The first meeting was held last week in a Government safe house in Kumalo, Bulawayo, when seven members of PAGAD met with General Constantine Chiwenga, Police Chief Augustine Chihuri, prison boss General Paradzai Zimondi, and Air Marshall Perence Shiri.
The meeting was designed to establish a flow of arms into Zimbabwe via PAGAD now the Chinese source has dried up. The South Africans also advised the Zimbabwe strong men on various terror tactics. A further meeting was scheduled for June 20.
PAGAD stands, ironically, for People Against Gangsterism and Drugs, and was first established in 1996 as an off-shoot of the Islamic Qibla movement. Initially it acted as a vigilante group, but its later activities, including the bombings of synagogues, gay night clubs, and similar targets led to it being designated a terrorist organisation by the South African government.