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MDC Alliance MPs move out of Parliament

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) Members of Parliament stormed out of the Parliament as the President Emmerson Mnangagwa was about to give his State of the Nation Address today in Harare. The moving out of the opposition party out of the Parliament has left the other Members of Parliament from ZANU Pf criticising the move. Energy Mutodi who is ...

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Controversial Zvorwadza speaks on vendors

National Vendors Union Zimbabwe (NAVUZ) proposes a 100 day period from the government to decongest the city, this was said in a press conference held today at Harare Town House. The conference  was chaired by Sten  Zvorwadza  ,board chairperson  of  National Vendors  Union  Zimbabwe  claims that given  necessary  support 100 days are enough to see movement  in the  positive  direction ...

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Mliswa blames corrupt town Councils for Cholera Outbreak

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has blamed local authorities for the Cholera outbreak that has affected people in Harare and other near places. Mliswa has shown his disgust on the corrupt local authorities in his recent tweets this morning. “Cholera is an archaic scourge that has been compounded not only by poor service delivery but by corruption ...

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Chamisa need psychiatric help: Mliswa

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has revealed that Nelson Chamisa needs psychiatric help. Mliswa said this in a press conference that he held today at the media centre in Harare. “Chamisa is breaking the law and would urge law enforcement agents to take action because its national security issue.” “I understand that when one loses certainly you ...

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ZANU PF and MDC are stealing from people: Munyanduri

Engineer Tendai Peter Munyanduri the president of the New Patriotic Front has made shocking remarks during his press conference held today in Harare. During the press conference he blamed the deteriorating standards of the country to the two main stream parties ZANU PF and MDC Alliance. “If a dull person wins the election in any country the people in that ...

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President ED “Thank you rallies” internal politics within ZANU: Magaisa

Tsvangirai’s former Advisor Alex Magaisa has commented on the “Thank your rallies” lined up by the President Emmerson Mnangagwa. These rallies are going to be done around the country as a way of gratitude for the resounding victory of the ZANU PF party. Magaisa had this to comment on his twitter handle. “Another round of rallies, speeches, singing and dancing ...

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Zero tolerant to corruption: Mliswa

Temba Mliswa the Member of Parliament for the Norton constituency has urged the President Emmerson Mnangagwa to keep his part of the deal as the people showed confidence by voting for him. Mliswa highlighted some of the fundamentals that he thought are crucial for the new dispensation on his twitter account. “@edmnangagwa now that you’ve the mandate of the people, ...

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US Senator & Presidential nominee McCain dies

John McCain – the celebrated war hero who became a six-term Republican senator and presidential nominee   has died at the age of 81. The Arizona representative, one of the most influential US politicians of his generation, died following a battle with an aggressive form of brain cancer. Mr McCain became known as a political maverick willing to stick to his conservative ideals rather than follow party leaders, ...

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ZANU PF’s legal team files response at Constitutional Court

ZANU PF’s legal team has filed its response at the Constitutional Court today following the election result challenge that was filed by Chamisa’s lawyers on Friday afternoon. The court petition that was filed by Chamisa’s lawyers was challenging the results that were announced by ZEC as they argued that the announced results where manipulated in favour of the President Elect ...

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British Minister speaks to Chamisa and SB Moyo

Harriett  Baldwin a British Minister  for State at the Foreign Office  spoke to Nelson Chamisa and  Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister  Sibusiso Moyo as she called that all parties must maintain a peaceful atmosphere. She confirmed the news today through her twitter account. “I spoke to @nelsonchamisa and @MinisterSBMoyo today, urging all parties in #Zimbabwe to call for calm ...

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