THE ruling party Zanu PF has lashed into MDC President Nelson Chamisa over his firm grip on the refusal to accept election defeat saying the 40 year old opposition leader is not a custodian of legitimacy and the country does not need him to move
After Zimbabwe’s disputed polls, the country’s economy is apparently on a downward trend while the ruling party, Zanu PF is suffering from a legitimacy crisis.
Prospects of economic revival are quite dim and prices of basic commodities are spiraling at a time unemployment is very high.
THE MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has called for the electoral mother body Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) disbandment following a disputed 30 July harmonized elections that were marred by violence on August 1 leaving at least six dead after the military fired live ammunition
The MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa remains hopeful that the Constitutional Court will deliver a judgment that resonates with what he described as superb submissions by his legal team led by advocate Thabani Mpofu who yesterday stood before the full bench of nine judges to
The Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court has struck off the record with no order as to costs the submissions by pro plantiff respondents on technical basis with Chief Justice Luke Malaba saying the papers are not properly before the court.
President elect, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s global reengagement agenda has been thrown under the bus by the Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (ZLWVA) who today fired salvo at the world economic and political super powers Britain and United States on the back of allegations of colluding with
President elect, Emerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa whose victory is being challenged by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change alliance saying it was not received a warning to leave court matters to the court to judge and not to interfere