The United Kingdom embassy in Harare today said it is not blind to Zimbabwe’s difficult past or to the many governance challenges that the country is currently facing but it does not support any particular faction, party or individual in the forthcoming elections in Zimbabwe.
Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has pledged to end the wanton selfishness and inept leadership of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front leadership at the next elections.
From a crusading hero feted on the streets of Harare just over six months ago, Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa is now becoming known as a man of excuses.
China’s Sinosteel Corporation has agreed to invest $1 billion in Zimbabwe to build a power plant and increase ferrochrome output, the southern African country’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa said today.
The selection of candidates for the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance was supposed to be smoother than the chaotic Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front primary elections which saw some candidates threatening decampaign party leader Emmerson Mnangagwa because, they claimed, the elections had been rigged.
Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu is sleeping on the job as vehicles without number plates continue to ply Zimbabwe’s roads when the Ministry of Transport has ruled that this is illegal.
Zimbabwe’s former Education Minister David Coltart has described Movement for Democratic Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa as the only competent person who realistically stands between the ongoing de facto military rule and a new dawn for Zimbabwe.
There has been a of lot talk about how Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa fared in his interview with Stephen Sackur of the British Broadcasting Corporation’s Hardtalk.