Opposition MDC deputy chairperson Tendai Biti has called on Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister July Moyo to resign in the wake of public resentment on government's poor disaster preparedness system on the back of Cyclone Idai which has wrecked havoc in
Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has told President Emmerson Mnangagwa to be ‘humble’ and be ready to listen to the plight the country is currently wrestling with charging that it is the period which need no rhetoric and sloganeering hitting back at the 76
The opposition MDC is set to challenge jail sentences that were given on its members after having been implicated and convicted in ugly protests that rocked the country mid-January 2019 describing the rulings as the worst Zimbabwe has ever witnessed since independence.
The ruling party Zanu PF has postponed the much awaited solidarity march to affirm support to President Emmerson Mnangagwa who has demonstrated a good leadership for this country, the youth league has said.
“One thing I want to do is go to the state house and meet President Mnangagwa and tell him that he promised us jobs, a better life in 2019. We are in a new year and everyone has resolutions and goals. We want to realise
Former Home Affairs minister and Zanu PF Secretary for administration Dr Obert Mpofu told the Kgalema Motlanthe led Commission of Inquiry that MDC President Nelson Chamisa admitted to him that he lost July 30 harmonized elections in a recorded phone call conversation on the
United Kingdom based lecturer Alex Tawanda Magaisa has called upon the Kgalema Motlanthe led Commission of Inquiry to call President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his deputy Retired General Constantino Chiwenga to testify before the commission on the military killings in a post-election violence on the 1st
Mnangagwa,76, has previously been quoted saying he will run for a second term but would not go beyond the two-term limit as was the case with his predecessor, Mugabe, who ruled the country for eight terms, albeit with gross human rights abuses.
The MDC’s 19th anniversary which had been previously slated for mid-September but put on hold after the Zimbabwe Republic Police put a lid on public gatherings in the wake of cholera outbreak is now set for 27 October at Gwanzura Stadium.
Human Rights advocacy civic society organization Amnesty International Zimbabwe has today pleaded with President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the parliament of Zimbabwe to abolish death penalty saying it violates the constitutional provision which guarantee the right to life describing the capital punishment as cruel and inhuman.