Zim being led by 3rd rated leaders: Dr Moyo

By Daniel Chigundu Alliance for the People’s Agenda (APA) Presidential candidate Dr Nkosana Moyo says Zimbabwe is in a mess economically because it is being run by 3rd rated leaders who have no clue on how economies are run. In a Facebook Live video, Dr Moyo said he is ashamed with the calibre of some of the people who have been entrusted with running state …

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Chamisa calls for Govt Transitional Act

By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa said he is going to push for the enactment of the Government Transitional Act which will seek to set guidelines on how power will be transferred to the winner after elections. There has been talk that the military will not accept a person with no military background or liberation war history to lead the country even …

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2018 elections not about crocodiles: Chamisa

By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has said the impending elections are about the younger generation, adding that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and crew must be resting. Addressing party supporters during a campaign rally at Murehwa Centre in Mashonaland East Province, Chamisa said the older generation played its part by liberating the country but they must now let the younger generation take the …

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Missing US$15 billion: Parly summons Mohadi

By Daniel Chigundu Mines and Energy Parliamentary Portfolio Committee has summoned Vice President Kembo Mohadi to appear before it on the 9th of April to give evidence on the alleged missing US$15 billion diamond revenue. According to former President Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe lost about US$15 billion in diamond revenue through illicit deals and smuggling at Chiadzwa in Marange. Vice President Mohadi was Minister of Home …

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MDC-T fires Khupe,Bhebhe and Gutu

Friday, 23 March 2018 National Council fires VP Khupe and two senior leaders The MDC-T National Council, the Supreme-decision-making body in between Congresses met today deliberated on key issues affecting the party. After seven hours of deliberations, the National Council made the following resolutions. 1. The national council noted and acknowledged the  fact that the party has positively rebranded, is renewing and positively re-energized its …

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Chamisa makes electoral reform demands

Wednesday, 21 March 2018 President Chamisa’s speech at the launch of the Plan and Environment for A Credible Election (PEACE) Introduction Zimbabwe stands on the cusp of a watershed election in 2018. a crucial election that should mark a complete and irreversible path towards legitimacy, democracy and prosperity in the country. It is in that context that it becomes imperative to hold a truly free, …

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Defiant Khupe plans Extra-Ordinary Congress

ACTING PRESIDENT BULAWAYO RALLY SPEECH SUNDAY 18 MARCH 2018 Salutations Today I stand in front of you as a proud legitimate and constitutionally elected Acting President of the MDC, because of the unconditional love you continue giving to me. We gather here one month and four days after the sad passing on of our founding President Dr Richard Morgan Tsvangirai, a colleague and a brother …

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Don’t worry about rigging, we are in God’s time: Chamisa

By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has told thousands of party supporters that rigging will not work this time because God’s time has arrived for Zimbabwe to change. The opposition party has complained of rigging in almost all the elections that have been held in the country starting with the 2000 Parliamentary elections. Speaking during a rally at Mkoba Stadium in Gweru, …

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We shall have a truce telling program on Gukurahundi

By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa says his government is going to put in place a truce telling program for the Gukurahundi as a way of bringing finality and closure to the massacre. Gukurahundi which was carried out in Matabeleland by the Robert Mugabe administration in the early 80s, reportedly claimed lives of over 20 000 people of Ndebele origin who were …

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Arufandika joins politics, targets Ward 34 council seat

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Former Dynamos striker Nicholas Arufandika says he has joined politics and will be standing for the Harare City Council Ward 34 (Mufakose) seat in the coming general elections. Unlike a host of other political aspirants that have mushroomed in the country’s political sphere who are standing as independent candidates, Arufandika will be contesting under the ticket of a little opposition party the …

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