MDC-T belongs to the people: Chamisa

By Daniel Chigundu MDC-T acting president Nelson Chamisa has told senior party officials that the party doesn’t belong to them but to the people of Zimbabwe as cracks continue to widen in the labour-based political outfit. Party leaders are currently embroiled in factional fights bent on succeeding the late party president Morgan Tsvangirai who succumbed to colon cancer last Wednesday. So dire is the rift …

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New Era of Old Errors For “ED-iots”

By Wisdom Mumera Prof Jonathan Moyo’s aptly named EDiots have been panting all over social media to convince us that suddenly we are in a new era. That with Old Bob retreating to a belated mummifying period, we are in a historical moment of significance that we have to live with three eyes open. One […]

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Let’s respect Gogo Tsvangirai – Mwonzora

By Own correspondent MDC -T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora has castigated those who are insulting Morgan Tsvangirai’s mother on social media describing them as not being genuine party cadres. Tsvangirai’s mother Lydia Zvaipa affectionately referred to as mbuya or gogo Tsvangirai attracted attention following a video which was shown on ZTV where she was threating to commit suicide if MDC-T acting president Nelson Chamisa and …

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Govt not committed to fighting malnutrition

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Zimbabwe Civil Society Organisations Scaling Up Nutrition (ZCOSUNA) says the country’s national budget allocations is evidence enough that government is not committed to fighting malnutrition. Malnutrition is generally the lack of proper nutrition caused by not having adequate food, not eating right foods or unable to use the food that one eats. According to health experts, malnutrition can lead to stunted growth, …

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Tsvangirai succession: What does the MDC-T Constitution say  

By Watmore Makokoba Current factional squabbles are slowly pushing MDC-T towards the possibility of another split, as the party’s three vice presidents (Thokozani Khupe, Nelson Chamisa Elias Mudzuri) are fiercely battling each other to replace the late veteran opposition politician (Morgan Tsvangirai) who died on Wednesday. Although the MDC-T constitution which was amended during the party’s 2014 Congress talks about one vice president, Tsvangirai used …

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The Tea Boy Who Boiled the Cock!

By Wisdom Mumera His opponents attacked him as an uneducated tea-boy who wasn’t worth the Presidential ambitions he harboured and strived for. His supporters worshipped the dusty earth he walked upon mellowing with pride as they watched him attack the Zanu PF institution of autocracy at rallies. In a country full of false gentleman, timid […]

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The Tea Boy Who Boiled the Cock!

By Wisdom Mumera His opponents attacked him as an uneducated tea-boy who wasn’t worth the Presidential ambitions he harboured and strived for. His supporters worshipped the dusty earth he walked upon mellowing with pride as they watched him attack the Zanu PF institution of autocracy at rallies. In a country full of false gentleman, timid […]

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Morgan Tsvangirai’s ten memorable moments

By Dr Baba The 14th of February will always be remembered in the lifetime of many not only in Zimbabwe but the rest of African if not the world. Tsvangirai’s legacy punctuated with political bravery, charisma, perseverance and in some instances, controversy leaves a mark in the political history difficult to erase. These are some […]

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Morgan Tsvangirai’s ten memorable moments

By Dr Baba The 14th of February will always be remembered in the lifetime of many not only in Zimbabwe but the rest of African if not the world. Tsvangirai’s legacy punctuated with political bravery, charisma, perseverance and in some instances, controversy leaves a mark in the political history difficult to erase. These are some […]

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Tsvangirai dies, leaves party in tatters

By Daniel Chigundu MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who was announced dead on 14 February (Valentine Day), has left his party in tatters that might result in another split. Tsvangirai had been battling colon cancer for some time and was receiving treatment in South Africa. Announcing the death on his Twitter handle, MDC-T vice president Elias Mudzuri said the country has lost an icon of democracy. …

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