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Peace marches commences in Harare

Zimbabwe Divine Destiny has started its series of peace marches today in Harare. The peace marches are aimed at conveying a message of peace to all politicians. As they are conducting the marches, their demands are for the army to withdraw its statement that Route to State House is straight jacketed-Army cannot salute a civilian leader without war credentials and ...

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MDC-T, Mureyi chickens out of elections

Reason Dube-Masvingo MDC-T Masvingo -urban candidate for the national assembly, Takanayi Mureyi has chickened out from contesting as national assembly member candidate in the forthcoming harmonised elections scheduled  for July 30. Mureyi whose candidature was hotly disputed by supported former MP, Tongai Matutu and Benjamin Mazarire over allegation of being imposed while the other two had been disqualified over unclear ...

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Elections date set

His Excellency President Emmerson Mngangagwa has announced that this year’s harmonized elections will be on the 30th of July. The president made the announcement at a workshop held at the ZANU PF headquarters today. The Healing Process Workshop was for all the primary candidates who won and those who lost in the recently held ZANU PF primary elections. He encouraged ...

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Walk the talk: politicians told

Zimbabwe Divine Destiny (ZDD) has urged all political parties to walk the talk and desist from exhibiting political violence. ZDD passed these statements in a press conference held today at the media centre. Bishop Ancelimo Magaya, the director for ZDD who was heading the panel said: “We have high expectations of an election that is peaceful and possibly fair, but ...

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MDC-T primary elections a joke: Mudzuri

Elias Mudzuri has described the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) primary elections as a joke. The remaining vice president for the MDC-T after khupe was sucked out of the party has bitter comments about the recently held MDC-T primaries. These primary elections were held over the two previous weekends. Elias Mudzuru said that, “As a vice president I cannot be ...

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Mberengwa ZANU PF Supporters Still Appealing for Election Re-Run

Zanu PF supporters in Mbarengwa continue to rally for an election re-run and still express their disappointments on the recently held primary elections. The supporters appeal to July Moyo, Thomas Moyo, Sibusiso Moyo, Joram Gumbo , Rugare Gumbo and Luis Matutu as political gurus who come from Mberengwa to intervene on their behalf. They say that the election re-run must ...

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Another Blow For Mutsvangwa

It never rains but pours for Presidential Advisor, Chris Mutsvangwa who has been slapped with a vote of no confidence. A meeting of war veterans held last night in Chinhoyi concluded that he be withdrawn from his leadership position. Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association leadership met late Wednesday and declared saying, “We hereby withdraw him (Mutsvangwa) from the National ...

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MDC –T to complete selection of Parliamentary candidates next week

Movement for democratic change (MDC-T) said that the selection for candidates who will contest for parliament seats will be complete by next week. This was said by the National Chairman Morgan Komichi of the party today in a press conference held today at the Party headquarters in Harare. Komichi mentioned that, “Among our candidates are doctors, engineers, various professional disciplines ...

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ZCTU guns at President Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union has castigated the present administration led by President Mnangagwa for neglecting workers` welfare and called on the government to address the situation or face nationwide industrial action. National ZCTU member Nicholas Mazarura told a handful of workers gathered at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo yesterday that government was not taking workers issues seriously and should stop ...

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G40 insiders mare ZANU PF primaries

Violence marred the Zanu PF primary elections which ended last night in Masvingo province amid allegations of vote rigging by the Lacoste team which wanted to make sure that all candidates with the ousted G40 cabal links would not win. The party has two factions ,one which was led by former first lady Grace Mugabe and backed by his husband, ...

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