MPs who earned their sitting allowances in March

By Daniel Chigundu Parliament is currently on a month-long break (from the 21st of March to the 7th of May), and we take this opportunity to give you a list of names of legislators who were active in the past House sittings. In our first issue of this series, we highlighted names of legislators who …

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Chitungwiza finally elects new Mayor

By Takunda Mandura Chitungwiza Town Council has finally elected a substantive mayor 7 months after the nullifications of Councillor Gift Tsverere election to the top seat by the High Court. The new Mayor Councillor Lovemore Maiko of MDC Alliance polled 16 votes against Zanu PF’s Councillor Kevin Mutimbanyoka who managed only 7 votes. Councillor Musa …

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Busha’s dream for Zimbabwe

By Daniel Chigundu FREEZIM Congress president Joseph Makamba Busha says he envisions a Zimbabwe where everyone has equal opportunities and where state resources are used for the benefit of citizens. Busha said he wrote about two letters to President Emmerson Mnangagwa with a view to meet him and extend his ideas on how Zimbabwe can …

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Linda Masarira fired for wearing Zanu PF regalia

By Daniel Chigundu Self-styled political activist Linda Masarira has been fired from the Thokozani Khupe led opposition party MDC-T for wearing Zanu PF regalia. Masarira wore the regalia last month when she had gone for formal introductions to her new husband’s family in the rural areas. In her defence, Masarira said she had forgotten to …

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Linda Masarira fired for wearing Zanu PF regalia

By Daniel Chigundu Self-styled political activist Linda Masarira has been fired from the Thokozani Khupe led opposition party MDC-T for wearing Zanu PF regalia. Masarira wore the regalia last month when she had gone for formal introductions to her new husband’s family in the rural areas. In her defence, Masarira said she had forgotten to …

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Only 5 female MPs spoke in Parliament

By Daniel Chigundu With calls to extend the life of Proportional Representation to beyond 10 years, as is being proposed by Mangwe legislator Obedingwa Mguni, female legislators appear to be failing to justify the need for more women, especially in the National Assembly. Proportional Representation was birthed with a view to capacitate women so that …

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We won’t go anywhere unless we unite: Matambanadzo

By Daniel Chigundu Kwekwe Central legislator Masango Matambanadzo (National Patriotic Front) says Zimbabwe is not going anywhere unless political parties come together in the same way they did for the Unity Accord and the GNU. Zimbabwe is facing a lot of challenges economically, socially and politically and the current government appears to be clueless on how …

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