Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe is offering a $300,000 reward for information about a whistleblower who is dishing the dirt on his regime on Facebook.
The mole, apparently inside Mugabe's ZANU PF party, goes by the name of Baba Jukwa.
(https://www.facebook.com/pages/Baba-Jukwa/232224626922797) appeared about four months ago, has almost 250,000 followers and receives hundreds of responses to new posts.Baba Jukwa describes himself as "a concerned father fighting nepotism".
His site has been leaking allegations about Mugabe's regime, including government assassination plots, corruption of government ministers, and police brutality.
With Zimbabwe going to the polls on July 31, the president is now offering a $300,000 reward for anyone willing to out the whistleblower.
Zimbabweans are asking themselves who is Baba Jukwa?
Sekai Holland was for many years one of president Mugabe's vehement opponents.
"If I knew (who Baba Jukwa is), do you know I'd be a billionaire because Mugabe's offering $300,000 to whoever can tell him," she said.
Since the 2008 power sharing agreement between Mr Mugabe and prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai, Ms Holland has been the co-minister of state for national healing, reconciliation and integration.
She is in Australia for two days for an All Africa Dialogue.
Ms Holland confirmed Baba Jukwa has published the names of people who have been involved in massacres.
"Indeed, and who are going to be killing more, and then what's worrying is Baba Jukwa say he's going to kill them," she said.
"So there is no mercy in Baba Jukwa. There's no love, there's no forgiveness.
"He says an eye for an eye for the killers. And of course we all know the message an eye for an eye makes Zimbabweans blind."
Ms Holland says she believes the Baba Jukwa campaign is part of "a campaign strategy by some local and international people, who would have their fingers in Zimbabwean politics all the time".
"Who they are we don't know, because there's so many international players in Zimbabwean politics," she said.
"I mean I don't know. It could be anybody. I'm going back [to Zimbabwe] tomorrow ... and I'd like to be safe."
Ms Holland has every reason to be guarded when speculating on the identity of Baba Jukwa.
Having founded the Movement for Democratic Change [MDC] with Mr Tsvangirai, she has personally suffered at the hand of the ZANU PF.
In 2003 she was shot at, and in 2007 she was arrested and brutally tortured. She nearly died.
Not surprisingly, Ms Holland is sceptical about whether the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections will be fair.
"Well it can't be. The voters' roll is in a shambles," she said.
"My name, for example, has got an address of a ZANU PF base where people of MDC are taken to be tortured. That's the address that's been put on my name."
In the past four years since the sharing of power, Ms Holland says a lot of headway has been made.
She is hoping the work that has been done will ensure that, unlike in the past, the election result will be upheld.
"Tsvangirai has won elections in 2000, in 2002, in 2005, in 2008," she said.
"Tsvangirai won all those elections. But I am sure that if we rely on the work we have done in the past four years the winner will take over - Tsvangirai."