National Patriotic Front spokesman Jealousy Mawarire has rejected an apology from former President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao, describing it by just one word- “nonsense”.
Former Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front national commissar and G40 kingpin, Saviour Kasukuwere, returned home yesterday after six months in exile and said he is quitting politics to go into business.
More than a week ago, The Insider said that Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa, who up to now seems to have been focusing on his presidential campaign, could be ignoring a major problem festering within the party- that of the selection of party candidates for the coming elections.
The Supreme Court has today referred the case over the party ownership wrangle between Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe to the High Court for trial.
Britain has told Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission but be neutral and enjoy the confidence of all parties contesting the coming elections, Minister of State Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon told the House of Lords yesterday.
The Supreme Court is today expected to hear the case between the two factions of the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai in which the Nelson Chamisa faction is seeking to bar the Thokozani-Khupe from using the MDC-T name and symbols.
The rift between former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo and National Patriotic Front spokesman Jealousy Mawarire could be turning ugly with the two accusing each other of being thieves, according to tweets mostly on Mawarire’s account.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today fired his first government minister since assuming office in November.