Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, the chief of the UK defence staff, said Moscow’s ability to interfere with deep-sea cables posed a potentially “catastrophic threat” to the internet and international trade.
Conservative MP Rishi Sunak also warned in a Policy Exchange report in December that terrorists could use grappling hooks attached the fishing trawlers to strike a “crippling blow” to Britain’s network.
Candidates who lost in the Zanu-PF primary elections should desist from their moves to sabotage the party out of bitterness in a campaign codenamed 'Bhora Musango' as the move will be costly, Vice President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga told delegates at a healing and reconciliation workshop .
MDC-T elections secretary Murisi Zwizwai told a political debate radio show that its 'Order of the Vanguard' youth outfit which was widely condemned as a version of Zanu PF's Chipangano and Green Bombers terror groups was created as a response to the Zanu-PF youth brigade.
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Yet, they are also competitive processes, unleashing conflict and tensions that could potentially destabilise the fabric of the State and societies.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa's call for a Zanu-PF indaba to heal wounds emanating from its just-ended chaotic primary elections is a sign of panic amid fears for another bhora musango scenario reminiscent of the 2008 elections, analysts say.
The opposition MDC-T has made a sensational claim that an unnamed Chinese company was involved in the alleged rigging of the 2013 harmonised elections, a U-turn from previous claims that an Israeli firm, Nikuv Project International, were part of the said rigging scheme.
A large part of the west of the continent was affected by outages, first reported on 30 March, after the cable broke near the Mauritanian capital Noukachott. Mauritania, which relies solely on ACE to stay connected, was left offline for 48 hours, according to internet performance firm Dyn.
Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, and the Gambia also experienced significant disruption, while Benin, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea and the Ivory Coast all saw less serious problems.