Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today gave himself five months to sort out the mess within his party by calling for a congress in October.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai is headed for a showdown with his secretary-general Tendai Biti today.
The troubled Movement for Democratic Change is likely to hold its congress, at which a new leadership will be elected, this year instead of in 2016, party president Morgan Tsvangirai said today.
Movement for Democratic Change spokesman Douglas Mwonzora, one of the top officials suspended yesterday together with party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, today dismissed the suspension by a faction led by secretary-general Tendai Biti saying this was a bunch of “confusionists and opportunists”.
The government and teachers are headed for a collision following a unilateral decision by the Ministry of Education to ban incentives to teachers introduced in 2009 to keep them on the job.
President Robert Mugabe today said Zimbabwe was open to foreign investment and has not nationalised a single company since independence 34 years ago.