Politics

Prof. Jonathan Moyo Blasts CCC For Foreign Funding

Exiled Zimbabwe Cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo has reportedly has castigated political parties that are funded or capacitated by any foreign government to contest elections or grab political power. This comes a day after Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC)’s leader Nelson Chamisa and his delegation, which comprised Ms Gladys Hlatywayo, Ms …

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Zanu Pf Shuts Door On ‘Arrogant & Disrespectful’ Kasukuwere

Zanu-PF has shut its doors on exiled former minister Saviour Kasukuwere, accusing him of being arrogant and disrespectful to party leader President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Kasukuwere fled the country into self-imposed exile alongside other G40 members, who include former ministers Jonathan Moyo, Walter Mzembi and Patrick Zhuwao following the November 2017 …

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Diplomats Tackle Govt Over PVOs Bill

DIPLOMATS accredited to Zimbabwe have confronted the government over the Private Voluntary Organisations (PVOs) Amendment Bill that observers say has the potential to further alienate Harare from the international community. The proposed Bill, now in its second reading in Parliament, has been widely condemned by civil society organisations and the …

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Why Mugabe Supported Chamisa

IT has emerged that the late former President Robert Mugabe decided to support the then MDC-Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s 2018 presidential bid after President Emmerson Mnangagwa allegedly shut the door on the nonagenarian. This is contained in a document titled Proposed Framework for the Reunification of Zanu PF, authored by …

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Mudenda Tells NPRC To Address Gukurahundi Before 2023 Election

PARLIAMENT Speaker, Jacob Mudenda, has urged the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) to speed up the process of addressing Gukurahundi and bringing closure before the 2023 elections. Mudenda was addressing the NPRC Commissioners during their induction on the role and functions of Parliament. He informed the commissioners to get …

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