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Mbeki: I’ll be back for more talks

BY EVERSON MUSHAVA/MOSES MATENGA PROSPECTS for talks between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his arch rival, opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisagrew yesterday after former South African President Thabo Mbeki yesterday said he would be returning to the country before year-end for further talks. Mbeki was in the country since Monday and held marathon meetings with Mnangagwa, Chamisa, members of the Political… Read More
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Zimbabweans Told NOT To Put Faith On A Coup

Advertisement Prominent journalist and government critic, Hopewell Chin’ono, says the opposition MDC and the general citizenry should not to pin their hope for a better Zimbabwe on another coup. Writing on Twitter, Chin’ono urged Zimbabweans to push for political reforms rather than expecting ZANU PF factional fights to deliver them to Canaan. He said: If the opposition or the citizen… Read More
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MDC leadership meets, charts way forward on key national issues

The MDC national executive met today for seven hours and spent the better part of the meeting deliberating on the deteriorating situation in the country, particularly the worsening plight of the ordinary citizens. The executive, a key organ of the party, discussed and charted the way forward on the following key national issues. 1. The national situation The national executive… 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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MDC-A punished for Parly boycott

Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau MDC Alliance legislators will not receive their sitting allowances for the past five months after they walked out of the National Assembly chamber when President Mnangagwa was about to present his State of the Nation Address (SONA) in Harare yesterday. The MPs had also refused to stand when the President walked into the chamber as required by Parliament’s… Read More