I have now matured: Honourable Prince Sibanda

By Daniel Chigundu Binga North legislator Prince Dubeko Sibanda says he has now matured and will not exhibit bad behaviour in the National Assembly. Legislators have come under fire most of the time for behaving badly through hackling, singing and making noise while in the National Assembly at a time when they are supposed to …

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The fear curse and the disenfranchised generation: Case of Zimbabwean young people.

OPINION By James Martin Speaking during the Bastille Day Anniversary in Paris-France in July 1996, former South African President Nelson Mandela said: “Young people are capable, when aroused, of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the banners of freedom.” Implied here is that the ball is in young people’s court to bring change …

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MDC Bullish Ahead Of Glen View South By-Election

The Country’s main opposition, Movement for Democratic Change appears to have stoked the fires ahead of the  Glen View  South By election on Saturday. Speaker after speaker at a rally held in Glen View South yesterday, was optimistic that the party is set to clinch the parliamentary seat. “A win for Vincent Tsvangirai in this …

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MDC Bullish Ahead Of Glen View South By-Election

The Country’s main opposition, Movement for Democratic Change appears to have stoked the fires ahead of the  Glen View  South By election on Saturday. Speaker after speaker at a rally held in Glen View South yesterday, was optimistic that the party is set to clinch the parliamentary seat. “A win for Vincent Tsvangirai in this …

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EU-Mnangagwa tiff escalates as war veterans draw battle lines

By James Martin The tiff between the European Union (EU) and President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday took a notch higher after the war veterans declared that they are prepared to meet the West pound for pound if they want war with Zimbabwe. Last week at the official launch of the anti-corruption awareness campaign Mnangagwa dumped his diplomatic etiquette …

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MDC worried by NPRC, ZHRC silence

By Staff Reporter Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) says it is worried that the various independent commissions such as National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) and the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) are silent in the wake of abductions, persecutions and rampant human rights violation against defenceless civilians by the state. According to Section 233 …

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ZAS blocks MDC from exhibiting at Show

By James Martin  Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS) has reportedly blocked MDC from exhibiting at this year’s edition of the show which kicked off on Monday. This has left the labour backed opposition party seething with anger at President Emmerson Mnangagwa whom it accused of interfering with the exhibition host. The ZAS prohibition comes on the …

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Police Must Use Commensurate Force On Demonstrators: Gvt

Foreign Affairs Minister, Retired General Sibusiso Moyo, has said that the government always desires that police use commensurate force or response to demonstrations. The remarks by Minister Moyo surfaced when he was responding to questions from journalists after the  30th Cabinet Decision Matrix held in the capital yesterday. “To try and bring the issue of police reaction is …

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One Year On –MDC Still Mourn ‘Stolen Elections’

By   Tafadzwa Muranganwa MDC which is fronted by Nelson Chamisa has once again reiterated its stance that it will not recognise President Emmerson Mnangagwa a year after the opposition lost a Constitutional Court poll challenge. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, to mark the anniversary of last year’s plebiscite, MDC spokesperson Daniel Molokele said the …

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Govt can’t meet civil servants demands: MDC

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa MDC says the Emmerson Mnangagwa led government has no capacity to pay the level of salaries being demanded by civil servants unless the contentious issue of legitimacy is solved. The legitimacy issue stems from the 2018 general elections where Nelson Chamisa is claiming to have won the polls ahead of current President …

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