Chamisa Says He Also Wants To Talk To Mnangagwa

Opposition MDC-T leader who is also the MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa says that he also wants to engage with President Emmerson Mnangagwa who has been touting for a meeting with the opposition young leader. However, unlike Mnangagwa who wants to meet Chamisa on the road map to the make per break election for both leaders, the confident Chamisa wants to meet Mnangagwa on the modalities of the post election transitional arrangement. Addressing party supporters at Nzvimbo Growth Point in Mashonaland Central Province over the weekend, Chamisa said he was…

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Floods wreak havoc

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Cletus Mushanawani Mash Central Bureau Several people, including 85 school pupils, have been left stranded in Mashonaland Central province following floods that hit some areas recently after successive days of rains. The 85 pupils from Zingore Primary School in Mt Darwin, have been stuck at the school since Monday after Donga River burst its banks and flooded the area. In Muzarabani, 31 huts and 34 Blair toilets were destroyed by the incessant rains that have been pounding the flood-prone area for the past two weeks. In the Glendale area of…

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Mhangura 2008 cholera survivor recalls own story

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AARON Koto (33) is now a pale shadow of his former self after surviving almost certain death, having been diagnosed with cholera in 2008 following an outbreak that wiped out over 4 500 people in the country. BY NHAU MANGIRAZI He is among the eight survivors at Mhangura Clinic admitted at the height of the cholera outbreak when two people died during the crisis that affected the country. The government denied the scope of the cholera outbreak, until it became apparent that they were fighting a losing battle, forcing the…

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BREAKING: Tsvangirai’s current prognosis is grim – fears he might not pull through

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MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s current prognosis is grim, amid fears he might not pull through a local daily reported. Tsvangirai, 65, who was diagnosed with cancer of the colon in 2016, is now receiving palliative care, an interdisciplinary care that provides quality of life for patients with terminal illness. Despite undergoing over a dozen chemotherapy sessions at the facility, which was established in 2002 when the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits University) bought the Kenridge Hospital with a founding donation from the Donald Gordon Foundation, Tsvangirai has sadly proceeded to…

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MDC-T, ZANU-PF leadership crisis a blessing for MRP

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Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) has said since after the elections in 2013, the two former super powers of Zimbabwean politics have been operating on a free mode with no leadership, because the so called leaders of these two parties ZANU PF and MDC-T have spent the past five years either trying to deal with internal revolt, coups, or own sickness. Right now ZANU PF has split into Lacoste and G40 with ZANU PF’s Lacoste faction managing to remove the older Gukurahundist and replacing it with another one, while they either…

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‘MDC-T on verge of another split’

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MDC-T organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe has all, but admitted that the main opposition party is on the verge of another split, with structures in Matabeleland and Mashonaland provinces pulling in opposite directions. Bhebhe told Southern Eye on Wednesday that MDC-T executives in Matabeleland had already started separate election campaign rallies, following clashes with their counterparts in Mashonaland over the party’s involvement in the MDC Alliance. Bhebhe, MDC-T chairperson Lovemore Moyo and party deputy president, Thokozani Khupe have openly expressed aversion for the MDC Alliance, describing it as a Mashonaland project…

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