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Mr. Jonathan B. Moyo

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Employment History

  • Election Campaign Manager
    Zanu PF
  • Spokesman
    Zanu PF
  • Activist
    Zanu PF
  • Chairman
  • Chief Government Spokesman
  • Architect of Repressive Media Laws
  • Chief of Prop-Aganda
  • Election Strategist
  • Spokesman
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Web References
The ANC's national executive ..., 2 May 2014 [cached]
The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) is said to have discussed a number of models, including the Zimbabwean one established by Zanu-PF's Jonathan Moyo.
Zimbabwe Crisis -- Archived Newsletters, 14 Jan 2006 [cached]
Television and radio news bulletins also quoted The Zimbabwe Mirror's (7/7) lead story about the source and amount of the MDC's campaign funds and used it as an opportunity to interview a "political analyst", Jonathan Moyo, who said it confirmed allegations the party was a front for racist colonial forces.
It also attracted the belated attention of ZBC (but only on television's 8pm bulletin (7/7)) who wheeled out ZANU PF's election campaign manager, Jonathan Moyo, disguised as "a political analyst" describing the announcement as a non-event because Mugabe had not appointed ministers for the MDC to shadow.
ZBC named the alleged trustees of the account and quoted ZANU PF spokesman, Jonathan Moyo, saying that the massive sponsorship of the MDC proved it was a front for local white farmers and their British masters. No comment was sought from the MDC and neither did the reporter question Moyo about how much money the ruling party had spent on its election campaign or where its funds had come from, all which would have balanced the story and made the debate about party funding more interesting. The story was followed up the next day featuring a denial by MDC that it had raised anywhere near $600 million; the figure, it said, was closer to $100million. The denial was broadcast on all radio stations' 1pm bulletins, but was dropped in the evening's 6pm and 8pm bulletins. The denial was broadcast on television's 1:30pm news, Nhau Indaba and on its 8pm news. The denial was followed by an item in which Jonathan Moyo criticized the decision by the MDC to challenge the election results in some constituencies saying that this was the work of foreign agents aimed at discrediting the country's electoral process. Moyo went on to say that one fact which had been overlooked was that the elections had seen the unprecedented participation of international forces, working in collusion with world media organizations and church groups. Moyo was the only source quoted in the entire story.
Zanu-PF activist Jonathan ..., 9 Dec 2009 [cached]
Zanu-PF activist Jonathan Moyo says: “The politburo has an obligation to look at how the nomination process was done and to endorse or make any other decision.
Jonathan Moyo, a Zanu-PF ..., 3 Nov 2011 [cached]
Jonathan Moyo, a Zanu-PF politburo member, told Finweek in August that as the youngest member of the cabinet, Kasukuwere had brought fresh impetus to indigenisation."He has been given a serious mandate," he said.
Moyo added, however: "But the jury is still out on him, although he has already shown some skills people didn't think he had. He's truly in the category of so-called Young Turks."
But who really is Kasukuwere and where did he come from; moreover, how did he rise through the ranks?
Kasukuwere originally hails from the Marondera district where his family were involved in the liberation war in the Seventies. He attended the University of Berlin before joining Zimbabwe's Central Intelligence Organisation, where he served for nine years.
In 1995, he joined the president's office before being elected to parliament in 2000. He owns a trucking business but keeps these private interests separate from his political career.
Welcome to sports, 31 Dec 2002 [cached]
Zimbabwe chief government spokesman Jonathan Moyo responded by saying Britain and Australia wanted to keep "cricket white" by pulling out of matches there.
"If the British and the Australians want to keep cricket as a white and colonial sport, then they should do so alone because we are not interested in their rubbish," Moyo told the official Herald newspaper.
"This is obviously not about safety and security, it is just political mumbo-jumbo," Moyo added.
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