Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today said he would remain leader of his party despite an internal call for him to quit after his overwhelming defeat in July’s presidential elections against Robert Mugabe.
President Robert Mugabe today vowed to press ahead with his empowerment drive to force foreign firms to surrender majority shares to local partners.
Movement for Democratic Change chairman Lovemore Moyo today said his party was going to summon its treasurer Roy Bennett to explain why he said that party leader Morgan Tsvangirai must quit.
Zimbabwe today scored a historic cricket win over Pakistan when Tendai Chatara snared five wickets to draw the Test series in Harare.
President Robert Mugabe’s cabinet is nothing more than a pension scheme for his cronies, Nixon Nyikadzino of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition said today.
Exiled Movement for Democratic Change treasurer and chief fund-raiser Roy Bennett today called for a new leadership suggesting that Morgan Tsvangirai’s continued stay in power did not reflect the will of the people.