Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today said that the party will “never go broke” but at the same time added that “we will gather the little that we have so that our party can survive.” In a clear sign that everything was not well within the party which suspended its deputy-treasurer general Elton Mangoma on Friday, Tsvangirai said the party might have to go to its supporters to bail it out like it did in 2006 when it held its second congress.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today urged his lieutenants to work with him or leave the party.
The Movement for Democratic Change today suspended deputy treasurer- general Elton Mangoma for ignoring the directive from the national executive not to discuss party business through the press and fanning factionalism within the party.
Members of Parliament want to investigate the role of the Office of the President and Cabinet in the processing of board appointments in State Enterprises and local authorities.
The Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda today ruled that no member shall be allowed to make unsubstantiated allegations against other members and officers of Parliament or members of the public except by way of a substantive and clearly formulated motion with immediate effect.
Government today pre-empted parliament by announcing a new policy under which boards and chief executives for state enterprises will be appointed.