Chamisa forces Khupe to postpone MDC-T congress

The MDC-T faction led by Dr Thokozani Khupe says it has been forced by security considerations to postpone its extraordinary congress which had been planned for April 7 in Bulawayo. Dr Khupe’s spokesman, Mr Witness Dube, said the event would now be held in the same city two weeks later on April 21. He said they had rescheduled the extraordinary congress after realising that their nemesis, the MDC Alliance, would also be holding a rally at White City Stadium in Bulawayo on the same day, hence the need to avoid…

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Nelson Chamisa to produce his own Looters List

MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa wants to confront President Emmerson Mnangagwa over what he says are the Zanu PF front-man’s “uneasy” links to several companies. In his address to party supporters at a rally in Murewa, Chamisa seemed to insinuate that Mnangagwa had protected these companies from scrutiny when government produced a list of entities accused of externalization two week ago. “Mnangagwa recently released a list of companies accused of externalizing foreign currency but these were companies that had acquitted their imports and paid all dues to the government through CD1…

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Nelson Chamisa takes early lead in Election Poll

MDC Alliance Candidate gas taken early lead in election polls that is being done by My Harare Times. Chamisa has garnered 74%, followed by Emmerson Mnangagwa 21%, Nkosana Moyo 7% and Thokozani Khuoe 1% Coomenting on the poll, Political Commentator Discent Bajila said,”The MDC Alliance is growing in lips and bounds. They are holding public events every week. Before launching any manifesto or policy document, they have covered space in terms of framing debates particularly on the issue of transport policy. If they are to devolve into equally functional provincial…

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Nelson Chamisa’s message to diaspora

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MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has engaged with the Zimbabwean community in the diaspora inviting them to actively participate in the  democratization project and the reconstruction of Zimbabwe post the ZANUPF Rule. “Our Zimbabwean brothers and sisters in the diaspora are invited to participate actively in the democracy project. The bigger idea will be about democracy,civilian politics and people deciding the fate of their destiny,” Adv. Nelson Chamisa said. “Since they have the networks and connections, and understand that their  network is their  net-worth, their  network is their collection they…

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MDC-T MILITIA STONE THOKOZANI KHUPHE HOUSE; CARS

The Vice President of the Movement for Democratic change (MDC-T) Thokozani Khuphe has alleged that a group of hired MDC-T gang stormed her house at 3 AM today and stoned her house destroying furniture and two cars worth thousands of dollars. Today at 3:00am a gang of about 7 people stoned my house and 2 of my cars. @ZBCNewsonline @263Chat @ZimEye @MDCAllianceZW — Thokozani Khuphe (@KhupheThokozani) February 26, 2018   The incident comes just after a week when Thokozani Khuphe and Douglas Mwonzora were almost burned down by a group…

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Isaiah Sovi Prophesied The Elevation of Zim’s Nelson Chamisa

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South African based Leader of imperial City Church Isaiah Sovi  has once again caught  public spotlight through correctly  prophesying the election of Zimbabwe’s Opposition Leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa as the Leader of the Movement for Democratic Change. The Prophecy  which was released on February 12 2018 came at a time when the Former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe and Leader of the Movement for Democratic  Change Morgan Tsvangirai was at a South African Hospital battling with  colorectal cancer which took his life on the 14th of February 2018. This is the…

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It’s Chamisa 3, Mudzuri 0

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WE  knew it. We knew that the succession issue in the opposition MDC-T would not pan out nicely, and that is why a few weeks back we dismissed a statement by leader Morgan Tsvangirai that sought to portray him as having settled the matter by appointing Nelson Chamisa and Elias Mudzuri as additional two vice presidents of the party two years ago. We argued that by appointing these two when he had begun battling with a life-threatening cancer he is stricken with now, he had just complicated the succession issue…

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