The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Women’s League today said President Robert Mugabe should contest next year’s elections because they want him to rule forever. “We endorse your candidature.
The United Nations today said it could not disown Zimbabwe’s ambassador to the UN as requested by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai because the ambassador Chitsaka Chipaziwa was properly accredited on June 28.
President Robert Mugabe today said elections will be held in the second half of next year because he is now fed up with the “foolishness and stupidity of some of his disputes” with Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.
President Jacob Zuma today dispatched his negotiating team of Charles Nqakula, Mac Maharaj and Lindiwe Zulu to intervene in what Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has described as a constitutional crisis following what he called illegal appointments by President Robert Mugabe since the signing of the Global Political Agreement.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has asked the United Nations, the European Union, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland and South Africa not to recognise ambassadors to these countries or organisations because they were appointed by President Robert Mugabe without consulting him, his party said today.
Zimbabwe’s referendum on a new constitution will be on June 30 next year, reports said today. The Constitution Select Committee, which has been carrying out an outreach programme to get the people’s views said data uploading begins on Monday, 18th of October and should be finalised by the end of the month.