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September 2017 ⋆ Magamba Network
PDP General Council resolution on Biti expulsion

We, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) General Council seating in HARARE  on this the 29th of September 2017. Party development and Coalitions In the furtherance of the Congress resolution to enter into coalitions with like-minded parties, the PDP restates that the party is part of the MDC Alliance; negotiations will only work to broaden this coalition and make it more inclusive. The party notes with concern …

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Is Chamisa president Wabantu?

By Daniel Chigundu Nelson Chamisa has long been associated with one of the three factions in MDC-T that seeks to succeed party president Morgan Tsvangirai. Although Chamisa (39 years old) himself has not declared his interests and has denied the claims a couple of times, many people in and outside the party have still thrown his name in the highly contentious hat. With Tsvangirai’s health …

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Is Chamisa president Wabantu?

By Daniel Chigundu Nelson Chamisa has long been associated with one of the three factions in MDC-T that seeks to succeed party president Morgan Tsvangirai. Although Chamisa (39 years old) himself has not declared his interests and has denied the claims a couple of times, many people in and outside the party have still thrown his name in the highly contentious hat. With Tsvangirai’s health …

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Calls for Mangudya to resign intensifies

By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU) has urged the government to immediately replace the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya with a competent and non-partisan individual who can bring sanity to the monetary system. Responding to the current price hikes, shortage of basic commodities and fuel shortage in the country, ZCTU president Peter Mutasa said RBZ was to blame …

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Girl-child abuse: Govt urged to do more

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Zimbabwe National Council for Welfare of Children (ZNCWC) director Reverend Taylor Nyanhete says while the government has done a remarkable thing by providing safe houses for abused girls, there is need to do more to cater for those who need extra help. Ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare has spearheaded a program where about 56 young girls have already been …

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CREATIVE HUBS NEEDS PROPS

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Creative hubs are now havens for most young innovators and can realize their full potential if they are supported by both government and the corporate world. These sentiments were echoed by  Sean Ndlovu, co-director at Centre for Innovation and Technology (Cite) when he presented at the Zimbabwe  Internet Governance multi-stakeholders workshop organized by […]

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2018 Election: more alternatives for proof of residence

By Nkanyiso Ncube The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) started the topical biometric voter registration exercise last week which will enable the compilation of new voters roll for the 2018 general elections. However, the exercise has been marred by a lot of controversies with opposition parties and civic society organisations bemoaning lack of voter education and awareness, proper and clear signage on registration centres, their locations …

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2018 Elections: Tsvangirai takes some break to heal

By Daniel Chigundu MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who is currently receiving medical attention for cancer in South Africa, has reportedly completed his medical schedule but will take some time to recuperate. Tsvangirai who is seen as the only political candidate that has capabilities to oust President Robert Mugabe in 2018 elections is currently having sleepless nights owing to factional squabbles in his party with regards …

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Showy acquisitions: Grace drawn back into spotlight

By Wisdom Mumera First Lady Grace Mugabe has been drawn under the spotlight again after her son Russell Goreraza imported two Rolls Royce vehicles at a cost of R70 million drawing the ire of many who feel the acquisitions are corrupt benefits. Commenting on the picture of the imported Rolls Royce on social media, Gokwe Nembudziya legislator Justice Wadyejena branded the acquisitions as being a …

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Move over silence, its ‘ding dong’ time for Africa

By Watmore Makokoba And who said Africa cannot sing? Before this article is published echoes of talent from Harare will be singing to the whole world through the newly launched, first in Africa, “Mix The City Harare” which will allow people to explore and create music free online. Launched yesterday by the British Council, Mix […]

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