2018 elections: Nkosana Moyo banks on Mugabe, Tsvangirai ill health

By Daniel Chigundu Alliance for People’s Agenda (APA) leader Dr Nkosana Moyo says he is expecting to win the 2018 elections because people will dump both President Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai owing to their ill health status. President Robert Mugabe is always in and out of the country going to Singapore and Malaysia for alleged medical checkups for undisclosed diseases which some people allege …

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Kudos To WHO, Mugabe Doesn’t know anything about Zim health system

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Revoking of President Robert Mugabe’s appointment as World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Goodwill Ambassador on NCDs(Non-Communicable Diseases)has been welcomed by many #Twimbos. The announcement was made on Sunday after the state media as usual had already gone gaga over his appointment. The humiliation is a double tragedy to the new Minister of Foreign […]

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Three coalitions now official; will there be a merged coalition before 2018 elections?

By Watmore Makokoba A spiral of developments in the opposition camp took a dramatic turn that has led the ordinary man in the street to wonder where all the events are leading Zimbabweans to as the 2018 elections beckons. After a flip-flopping, playing hide and seek, opposition political parties seem to have realised that personal […]

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BVR registration: ERC worried about violence

By Daniel Chigundu Election Resource Centre (ERC) has raised concerns over the increase in cases of intimidation and violence that are occurring at a time when the country is busy with the ongoing biometric voter registration (BVR) exercise. In a statement, the election watchdog said these acts of violence are uncalled for as they have the effect of preventing people from exercise their rights and …

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 Chivayo gets severe backlash over Mujuru post

By Tariro Sendarayi Over the weekend, the Women’s Election Convergence held a laid-back event for women in politics where they would discuss how to fill the gender inequality gap in politics. This initiative was a product of #HerVoteWins2018 and #SheVotes2018. There was a convergence of women from across the political divide over food and drinks […]

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EU/AU Summit: 6 issues that youth want prioritised

By Watmore Makokoba As roads lead to Abidjan Cote D’Ivoire for the EU and African Union Summit scheduled for the 29th to 30th of November this year, youths say they want to be prioritised during the high-level summit’s deliberations. In an effort to engage youth on their expectations and possible input for the summit, the National Youth Association Organisation and Open Space organised an engagement …

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BVR registration: the disabled cry foul

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa People living with the disability say the ongoing biometric voter registration (BVR) exercise is discriminatory as most of the information that has been disseminated has left out the deaf, dumb and the blind. According to Bensen Banga a disability activist, there has not been enough information disseminated to ensure the disabled are aware of the new registration exercise, adding that this will …

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Why generous MPs risk getting broke

By Daniel Chigundu  Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni says legislators and councillors should stick to their mandates or risk getting broke by trying to finance social services in their constituencies. Owing to economic hardships being experienced in the economy, most legislators and councillors in the country are generally expected by the electorate to help in such issues as paying school fees for the poor children …

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Why Africa won’t uphold Human Rights

Watmore Makokoba Human rights organisations say it is difficult to expect Africa to adopt a positive paradigm shift towards upholding of human rights. Amnesty International regional director for Southern Africa Deprose Muchena said failure by Parliamentarians, particularly in Zimbabwe, sets a very bad example why it is difficult to create an Africa where fundamental human rights are upheld. “The Zimbabwean Parliament has failed to realign laws …

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