[caption id="attachment_32497" align="alignnone" width="1025"] MDC Alliance supporters marching along Jason Moyo Avenue on their way to handover a petition to the ZEC offices (PICS BY MUNASHE CHOKODZA)[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_32498" align="alignnone" width="1025"] One of placards demanding a free and fair election from ZEC chairperson Priscilla Chigumba[/caption]
The Joice Mujuru led National People’s Party (NPP) has confirmed talks to form a grand coalition with the Movement for Democratic Change MDC Alliance in preparation for the upcoming general elections are progressing well, with an agreement to field a single Presidential candidate in the
Following the announcement of an election date by President Emerson Mnangagwa, Opposition Movement for Democratic Change, MDC has registered its concern over the election reforms, with a threat to hold a demonstration in Harare on the 5th of June 2018
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa yesterday challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to participate in the five kilometres ‘Run for Change’ program to show the nation that he has the drive to run the country.
Addressing the hundreds of youths who gathered at
Former Finance Minister, Tendai Biti has come out all guns blazing against government's decision to legalize the farming of marijuana saying Zimbabwe should start focusing on advancing technologies to capacitate industries rather than wasting energy on petty policies.
Biti was speaking during a 263Chat's National Question
Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa on Saturday charmed a pre-dominant Ndebele speaking crowd that attended his Bulawayo rally as he attempted to address them in their own vernacular.
Though unpolished and still in need of serious tongue beating to master the clicking language
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.
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) leader, Nelson Chamisa has expressed his readiness to play a leading role in mobilizing support for the MDC Alliance ahead of the 2018 elections while admitting to the challenge he faces in filling the boots of the late Morgan Tsvangirai.