The death of Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai may only have temporarily cooled off infighting within his party but they could burst once he is buried.
The absence of a party leader and a clear succession path often leads to political parties losing political direction.
Hotelier Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) today launched the tourism industry first integrated mobile and internet application in a bid to promote domestic tourism by improving accessibility.
The Movement for Democratic Change National Council today announced that the party’s vice president, Nelson Chamisa, was taking the role of acting president for 12 months following party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s death.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today said the best way to honour Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who died in Johannesburg yesterday, is to hold free, fair, and credible elections because that was what he fought for.
A powerful orator from humble beginnings, Morgan Tsvangirai was arguably Zimbabwe’s most popular politician and came within a whisker of unseating Robert Mugabe only to be outmanoeuvred and ultimately outlived by his long-time nemesis.