Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is reported to have committed an abomination by claiming that the family of the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo had endorsed him and offered him Nkomo’s intonga (scepter).
Former mines secretary Francis Gundyanga says his life is under threat from ‘dark forces’ if he discloses what he knows about missing funds from diamond mining deals in the Chiadzwa fields.
The two factions of the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai, one led by Nelson Chamisa and the other by Thokozani Khupe, will have to fight it out for the name as the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has refused to be drawn into the battle.
Former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s six-day trip to China last week was a cover up to use State funds to buy Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front party regalia for the coming elections.
With platinum resources second only to South Africa, is Zimbabwe primed to achieve sustainable socio-economic development impact from the exploitation of its mineral resources, if the government can be accountable for how it is parcelling out those assets and the public demands critical disclosures?
Former Zimbabwe Speaker of Parliament Lovemore Moyo, who was also the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai national chairman until only a few weeks ago, has formed his own political party- the United Movement for Devolution.
The European Union today announced a €23 million programme to improve people’s access to health services in Zimbabwe.