Wednesday's Edition of The Herald News
April 3rd, 2012
this morning polling stations throughout Rhodesia opened their doors thus commencing elections of prime minister. registered candidates are
Stephan Clarke of The Rhodesian Action Party
Malcolm Parrish of The Rhodesian Front
Edward Motenyurara of The National Democratic Party
Franchise requirements shall remain in place. Those voting for the first time must bring their birth certificate and a document certifying their ownership of a property worth at least 75 pounds sterling.
Saturday's Edition of The Herald News
April 5th, 2012
This morning the citizens of Salisbury lined the streets to celebrate the state opening of parliament a time honoured tradition in Rhodesia dating back to the era of self government beginning in 1923. Members of the British South Africa Police commenced the trooping of the colour as they accommodated the prime minister and his wife for the first secession of parliament in the month of April. On the agenda of parliament is three bills - The Repeal of The Land Appointment Act, The Repeal of The Emergency Bill of 1965, and Tax legislation.
In other news, Air Rhodesia has announced plans to establish a flight route from Salisbury to Lagos.
Sunday's Edition of The Herald News
April 6th, 2012
this morning The House of Parliament voted in favour of repealing the land apportionment act with 90 MPs - 10 in opposition. Prime Minister Parrish released a statement applauding parliament for the decision to repeal the racially motivated and illiberal legislation credited with giving 97% of land in Rhodesia to a minority of just 3% while 97% of the native population was deprived of their land and restricted to a harsh existence on poor and infertile land. Tribal chieftains have expressed their graditude to Parrish.
Tuesday's Edition of The Herald News
April 8th, 2012
The 1965 state of emergency act was repealed in a parliamentary vote of 90-10 thus marking an end to restrictions on gatherings, free movement, and free speech. The Armed Forces of Rhodesia shall be demobilized and replaced with a part time volunteer militia stationed along the border with Mozambique.
In other news Malcolm Parrish has been awarded another term as prime minister of Rhodesia. He will take office tomorrow morning at 9 am central African time. Parrish has vowed to liberalize state enforced qualifications for franchise and remaining restrictions on housing and residence.
this morning in parliament the National Democratic Party purposed a bill that would effectively abolish the existing townships in Rhodesia and incorporate them into their respective geographical locations.
In other news communist insurgents were spotted near the border with Mozambique attempting to conduct a security breach before fanning out to spread chaos and mayhem. The volunteer force and BSAP have vowed to reinforce the border and if need be retaliate with brute force.
Friday's Edition of The Herald News
April 11th, 2012
this morning in parliament National Democratic MP, Richard Clyde purposed a bill calling for the adaptation of a new national flag in order to capture the essence of Rhodesia free of the imperial birth pains and attachments.
Clyde is quoted as having stated the following - "our country has been nominally independent since 1965 by what reason have we to keep a flag which demonstrates to the world an almist insane and fierce devotion to a dead empire which betrayed us almost half a century ago? Let us face facts and for the sake of future generations render our national identity anew with fresh air."
Mr. Clyde has faced fierce criticism from MPs representing the interests of the ruling Rhodesian Front and the hardliners of The Rhodesian Action Party.
Monday's Edition of The Herald News
April 14th, 2012
this morning at around two gunfire erupted near the border with Mozambique as communist insurgents overran a border checkpoint after a three hour firefight with thirty lightly armed security guards who's bodies were found in the middle of the road.
At around nine in the morning four bombs went off in the city center of Bulawayo killing 45 and wounding roughly 100+ commuters on their way to work
The afternoon brought little respite as insurgents killed a white farmer and his family near Umtali. prior to the farmers death at the hands of an AK wielding terrorist a radio call was sent to the local BSAP task force which arrived long after the farmer was killed, his wife raped and the killed along with their teenaged daughter of 17 years. The House was reportedly set alight along with a small portion of the Tobacco crop
The Security Forces will lay minds along the border and has been given orders to shoot on sight of encroachment upon Rhodesian soil.
In parliament today the Rhodesian Action Party launched a sweepingly fierce attack upon the government calling Mr. Parrish's administration to be "weak and devoid of competence as Rhodesians are butchered by kaffirs trained and financed by the Marxist regime in Mozambique."
Tuesday's edition of The Herald News
April 15th, 2012
this morning the House of Parliament in Salisbury announced that it would dissolve itself temporarily with the purpose of conducting fresh elections. this move comes in the wake of the chaos and mayhem caused by recent terrorist attacks on our native soil. Fresh elections will begin this evening and conclude on Friday morning.