Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is off to the United Kingdom this weekend where he is expected to address the Oxford Union and Chatham House, among others, next week.
Zimbabwe’s brand architecture after the downfall of Mugabe through the ‘soft’ coup of 15 November 2017 is hard to define.
Rejoining the Commonwealth has been a key element of the mood music of Zimbabwe’s foreign policy of ‘robust reengagement’ with the international community under President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s special adviser and leader of the Zimbabwe National War Veterans Association Christopher Mutsvangwa is now playing the war veterans card after losing the party’s primary elections.
Jonathan Moyo, who only last week came to the defence of President Emmerson Mnangagwa when National Patriotic Front spokesman Jealousy Mawarire said he was a Zambian and not Zimbabwean, today said no one trusts Mnangagwa, even his wife.
The five months since the fall of Robert Mugabe have been far from easy for his successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa.
One of the leaders of the Movement for Democratic Change, Nelson Chamisa, who said he is going win the coming elections by 70 percent of the vote unless they are rigged, yesterday said this was the last May Day for workers without a bonus.