Former energy and power development minister, and opposition leader Elton Mangoma has appeared before Harare Magistrate Ruramai Chitumbura to answer charges of criminal abuse of office together with two Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) employees Josh Chifamba and Tererai Mutasa.
The trio were granted $1000 bail
2018 Presidential elections candidate and leader of the Coalition of Democrats (CODE) has stepped down from his position with top Gweru businessman, Trust Chikohora being elected to lead the movement- now transformed into a single political party.
Parties merged into the new party under the former
Today, the 30th of July 2018, Zimbabwe goes to vote for new leaders in the Presidential, Parliamentary and local council elections. A record 23 candidates are contesting the Presidential elections including President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF, Nelson Chamisa of the MDC Alliance, Joice Mujuru
Below is a snippet from Leon Hartwell paper titled What Went Wrong With Zimbabwe's MDC-T? In his paper Hartwell, who once worked for Netherlands Embassy based in Zimbabwe, attempted to identify the key issues that made the Movement for Democratic Change led by the late Morgan
MASVINGO High Court on Wednesday 16 May 2018 issued an order in favour of Elton Mangoma and Renewal Democrats Zimbabwe political party banning all traditional leaders from partisan politics.
Justice Garainesu Mawadze, sitting at Masvingo High Court ruled further that: The President of the Chiefs Council
OPPOSITION political party leader Elton Mangoma has petitioned the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) seeking an order to be allowed to present a substantive application to nullify some defective provisions of the Electoral Act and align them with the Constitution before the promulgation of a proclamation for
In a strong worded press release by Shumba, he accused Mangoma of involving himself in the internal party politics by propping Dereck Lupemba, who has been representing Shumba in CODE during his absence.