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Chamisa calls for dialogue

  Opposition party (MDC-A)President, Nelson Chamisa calls for an urgent dialogue with President Emmerson Mnangagwa on finding solutions for the painful economic crisis. He said this today on his twitter account. Asked by one of his followers why he did it on twitter and not in person he said, he wrote the President of Zimbabwe letters before and after elections ...

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Mnangagwa consoles deceased’s families

President Emerson Mnangagwa extended his deepest condolences to the families that lost their relatives in an accident which claimed 14 lives along Harare-Nyamapanda highway on Sunday evening. In a statement he said public transport drivers must exercise caution on roads to avoid unnecessary loss of life. “It is with heavy heart and deep sorrow that I learnt of yet another ...

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Chamisa attends ground breaking ceremony

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-A) President Nelson Chamisa attended the ground breaking ceremony yesterday for the building of a primary school in Kuwadzana. In a statement, he said he had turned up to show support for the work of Herbert Gomba as he was the one who was supposed to officiate the event. “As a leader, one should appreciate ...

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Chinotimba insults MDC leader

There was total chaos and drama in the parliament yesterday as ZANU PF Buhera South legislature Joseph Chinotimba angrily insulted MDC Alliance leader of the house Thabitha  Khumalo a prostitute. The National Assembly was disturbed for almost 30 minutes as MPs continued to issue out insults against each other towards Chinotimba’s utterances. Honourable Khumalo insisted that if Chinotimba would not ...

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ED elected by con court and not by public: Chamisa

Nelson Chamisa the Movement for Democratic Change leader (MDC-A),  has said that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was elected by the constitutional court and not by the people. He said this after the demonstration march that was held in Harare today. Chamisa went on blasting the current government commenting on its failures by comparing it to the the Mugabe Era. “Last November ...

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MDC Alliance demonstration set for tomorrow

The Movement for Democratic Change MDC alliance has announced that the 2018 national demonstration against 2% tax, salaries to be given in us dollar and to push for national dialogue will be held in the Harare Central Business District at 10:00am with the MDC alliance leader Nelson Chamisa the main speaker. Addressing journalists today  MDC spokesperson Jacob Mafema said the ...

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S.B Moyo’s health new details emerge

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Sibusiso B Moyo’s health has reportedly deteriorated, with reports indicating that he is now unable to speak. The disclosure comes hard on the heels of an announcement by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that former leader, Robert Mugabe, is now wheelchair-bound in Singapore, where he is receiving specialist healthcare and treatment. According to ministry of health officials aware of ...

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I don’t acknowledge ED as President: Chamisa

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa appeared before the Motlanthe Commission of Inquiry yesterday were he gave his testimony about the shooting of innocent civilians on the 1st of august this year. (MDC) alliance leader said that he does not acknowledge Emmerson Mnangagwa as president of Zimbabwe as he went on to say that when the shooting and demonstrations occurred he was ...

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Mudzuri bashed for attending State House meeting

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Deputy President Elias Mudzuri got into a clash with fellow party members earlier on today after he attended a meeting at the State House where parliament presiding offices were presented to the president. MDC member’s Charlton Hwende and Murisi Zwizwai questioned Mudzuri over his attendance as a rebellious nature however he dismissed it saying it ...

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Mthuli disappoints

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube yesterday presented the National Budget for 2019 which stimulated disappointments from ordinary citizens and civil servants and has been considered a fiscal statement far from reality. The budget stated that there will be impose of duty in foreign currency yet people are earning their salaries in bond notes. The civil ...

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