"President Morgan Tsvangirai has with effect from today, 7 February 2018, affirmed Vice President Hon. Nelson Chamisa as the acting President of the party by operation of the Constitution until the President’s return.
Local and international media were reporting that the MDC-Alliance leader is critically ill in a South African hospital , with some urging the world to brace for "brace for the worst
Addressing party and alliance supporters in Chitungwiza on Sunday, Chamisa said contrary to what has been attributed to him, he never said the US government will bankroll the Alliance
The call was made by MDC-T Acting Vice President, Engineer Elias Mudzuri, after visiting Chegutu residents who were affected by the epidemic, which ravaged the small town recently.
"The same people who looted diamonds here in Mutare are the same people who are in government and we have it in good authority that they benefited from the $15 billion which went missing
Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) President Jacob Ngarivhume has told his supporters to embrace the Bio-metric Voter Registration as it guards against voting fraud in the forthcoming elections.
Addressing his party supporters as well as traditional and christian leaders in Chivi Central over the weekend, Ngarivhume said voting
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that the highly anticipated 2018 harmonized elections will be held before the July mark, a move that is likely to catch opposition parties flatfooted.
In an interview with BBC's Zaineb Badawi, at the World Economic Forum currently underway at Davos, Switzerland,
The Morgan Tsvangirai led Movement for Democratic Change is now fully geared to face off Zanu PF in this year’s polls with a Sunday rally in Epworth expected to kick-start the party’s election campaign, the party's Presidential spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka has said.
In a statement released
This second instalment of the ZBR comes in a week that has seen two notably interesting events that talk to the theme of the #2018Resistance. The first one was the statement issued by the MDC-T Youth Assembly wherein they said “Mnangagwa will never fool us”
Movement for Democratic Change President, Morgan Tsvangirai has hailed President Emmerson Mnangagwa's visit to his house last week, saying it signaled what must be the bane of the new politics in Zimbabwe.
Tsvangirai, in his new year message issued on Monday noted that Mnangagwa's visit was