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.
When I was in my childhood and youth, I always had a fascination with politics - and its ability to improve people's lives - such that, I actually harbored dreams of one day becoming a politician - and even, the president of Zimbabwe.
I could envision
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
Tendai Biti addressing MDC Alliance supporters in Mutare. #263Chat
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) Vice President Nelson Chamisa says his party is ready to take wrestle power from ZanuPF by voting party president, Morgan Tsvangirai to power in this year's general elections.
He said after a long struggle spanning 18 years, the party is now
Transform Zimbabwe President, Jacob Ngarivhume has thrown his weight behind the envisaged alliance of opposition parties under the MDC Alliance saying their agenda will not fall because of other partner members who continue to speak against it.
By Philemon Jambaya
Addressing his party members in Mabvuku today,
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
Opposition parties under the banner of the MDC Alliance have expressed confidence of winning the forth coming 2018 elections saying they have better strategies to win the hearts and minds of voters than the ruling Zanu PF under Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Addressing a press conference at the
The party mood in Zimbabwe continues as well as the sheer wave of anticipation over a new turn of fortunes for the better since the resignation of the country's only known leader Robert Mugabe.
By Wilson Chipangura
The former Zimbabwe's strongman was ousted through a fast motion
People's Democratic Party leader, Tendai Biti on Wednesday called on the government through the central bank to ring fence people's bank balances against returning high inflation urging people to resist attempts to return the Zimbabwe dollar saying the move is not supported by science or