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Tyson Dares Mnangagwa

The recently emerged ‘TysonWabantu’ movement leaders have challenged the biggest elephant in the room that their preferred leader, Savior Kasukuwere has what it takes to take down the ever ruling ZANU PF…

Chamisa Insists On Meeting Mnangagwa Only

The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) President, Nelson Chamisa has trashed the government initiated Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) saying he is only interested in meeting and talking to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and not his ‘puppies’. Speaking at the MDC’s Agenda 2020 rally in Mbare yesterday, Chamisa said he has already extended his hand to […]

Chamisa Threatens to Fire Incompetent, Corrupt Officials

Addressing Harare party members who had come for the ‘State of the Nation Agenda’ for 2020, Chamisa said he wants the party to be active and work towards to address the concerns of the people by introducing a ‘whistle blower’ for the MPs who are not working in their constituency…

Police Arrest MDC Councilor  

MDC Harare province Deputy Youth Treasurer and Epworth Councilor, Kudakwashe Chatambudza was this morning arrested by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP)’s Law and Order section for allegedly making petrol bombs. Petrol bombs were found at the periphery of his residence. Chatambudza is understood to have been taken to Law and Order section at Harare Central Police […]

Chamisa’s Agenda 2020 to Tackle Economic Crisis

The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) President, Nelson Chamisa will tomorrow deliver his much awaited People’s 2020 Agenda which is expected to give direction to the party’s planned action against legitimacy and socio-economic challenges bedevilling the nation. Last week, police barred Chamisa from making address his party supporters citing incapacitation due to schools opening […]

Enough Is Enough: Chamisa Tells Police, SONA To Go Ahead

Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa Wednesday vowed to go ahead with his planned State of The Nation Address (SONA) next Tuesday after the police had earlier banned him from addressing his party supporters in Mbare, Harare. However, the MDC leader took to Twitter to vent his frustration and vowed that he would now go ahead […]