Nkosana Moyo quits national dialogue

By Pretty Chavango Dr Nkosana Moyo’s political party the Alliance for People’s Agenda (APA) says it has pulled out of the national dialogue being initiated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, describing the process as an insincere attempt to resolve Zimbabwe’s challenges. In a statement announcing its withdrawal, APA said it was dismayed that the President bragged …

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Chamisa’s Beauty and The Junta’s Fear

By Wisdom Mumera Chamisa has his mistakes and blunders. He can run off into the green thickets with some strange statements for a lawyer. He can jump from a high tower in showmanship and get a toe broken. Fine, he is human. He can jestly offer his sister and get feminists devil angry. He can …

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What Temba Mliswa said in Parliament [Full text]

HON. T. MLISWA:  I rise on a point of privilege Madam Speaker.  Madam Speaker, a very good afternoon to you. HON. DEPUTY SPEAKER:  Good afternoon. HON. MLISWA:  Madam Speaker, I rise to register my displeasure and to equally seek guidance from you as the Chair on how far Members of Parliament can go in enjoying …

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Nduna wants US$10 Million for defamation

By Wisdom Mumera Chegutu West legislator Dexter Nduna has approached the High Court of Zimbabwe seeking US$10million as compensation for defamation suffered when Norton legislator Temba Mliswa called him a thief in Parliament on Monday. The two legislators clashed during a Mines and Mining Development Committee meeting where Mliswa ended up calling Nduna a double …

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Legislators nearly exchanged blows in Parliament

By Wisdom Mumera Efforts by the Mines and Mining Development Portfolio Committee to hear oral evidence on the mining of gold and chrome in the country from the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) went up in smoke as legislators started attacking each other. The fracas in the committee began after Chiredzi North legislator Royi Bhilah …

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Time to punish those who call for sanctions

By Daniel Chigundu Proportional Representation legislator Tatenda Mavetera has called on Parliament to enact laws that will punish Zimbabweans who call for sanctions on the country. Zimbabwe is currently under sanctions owing to alleged violation of human rights emanating from violent acts that occurred during the land reform exercise and the 2000 Parliamentary elections. Many …

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Calls for NTA gain traction

By Wisdom Mumera A deepening economic crisis obtaining in Zimbabwe which resulted in recent violent protests that left more than 12 people dead have resulted in intensified calls for the establishment of the National Transitional Authority (NTA). The government has been struggling to contain the political and economic situation forcing President Emmerson Mnangagwa to abandon …

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