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Mudenda attacked by Zimbabwean UK-based blogging thug

Government is engaging host countries to ensure Zimbabwean public officials receive adequate security when on international duty where they continue to be hounded by individual opposition-aligned elements, a Cabinet minister has said. Government has since condemned the continued humiliation of its officials while outside the country, with the latest target being Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda, who… Read More
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Chamisa warned against spies

MOTOR-mouthed human rights lawyer Dr Pedzisai Ruhanya has advised MDC Alliance president Advocate Nelson Chamisa to be wary of surrounding himself with Zanu-PF spies and vigorously vet those that he appoints to work with him. Dr Ruhanya made reference to the recent appointment of former opposition member of parliament James Maridadi as ambassador by President Emmerson Mnangagwa as proof that… Read More
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LATEST:‘Zanu-PF pushes for Chiwenga resignation’

HARARE – A clique within the ruling Zanu-PF is pushing for the resignation of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga on health grounds.hiwenga, the former army general who orchestrated a coup to depose former President Robert Mugabe who died in September, has been away from office since the beginning of the year due to ill health.Presently, Chiwenga is admitted to a Chinese… Read More
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MDC Alliance must wake up otherwise…same as..

What does insanity mean?….doing same things again & again without positive results. Why is MDC Alliance keeps on seeking authority from Zanu PF to demonstrate? MDC Alliance as an alternative Government is loosing its meaning and taste. Is Chamisa going in circles just to keep himself afloat and relevant. He promises too much & delivers less right from the time… Read More
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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa rejects church’s proposal on elections

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has rejected proposals by the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) to have a seven-year moratorium on elections saying secular systems are run on laws which are bound by constitutions and statutes. In a 19-page response to ZHOCD delivered yesterday, Mnangagwa expressed gratitude to the church leaders’ willingness to search for solutions that can take the nation forward,… Read More
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Botswana, calm for decades, faces surprising election fight

GABORONE, Botswana (AP) — Botswana’s ruling party faces the tightest election of its history on Wednesday after former President Ian Khama, annoyed with his hand-picked successor, announced his support for the opposition, shaking up one of Africa’s most stable countries. The influential Khama, son of founding President Seretse Khama, withdrew his support after current President Mokgweetsi Masisi broke with some… Read More
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Mwonzora calls for end to politics of hate

HARARE – Former MDC-Alliance secretary-general Mr Douglas Mwonzora has called on political parties to abandon the politics of hate and embrace “tolerance and rational disputation”. Writing on his Twitter handle, Mr Mwonzora yesterday said: “A review of Zimbabwean politics over the last few weeks leads us to one conclusion: We need a new approach to our politics. “We need to… Read More
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Video:Mnangagwa and Chamisa told to cancel elections for 7 years

The Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations has called upon President Emmerson Mnangagwa and MDC leader Nelson Chamisa to suspend elections for a period of a seven years and allow a transitional authority to run the country’s affairs. The ZHCD leaders were speaking during a press conference held on Tuesday. The clergymen said they had met with Chamisa and delivered the… Read More
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African Youth Leaders Tell UN: We Are Force for Change

UNITED NATIONS – African youth activists called on the international community Wednesday to view the 220 million young people on their continent as a positive force for change, not a problem requiring solutions. “We must change the narrative about African youth to become a narrative of collective, positive actors, among the most informed, the most resilient generation of Africa,” said… Read More
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