Khupe fields more than 100 MP candidates

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On Jun 18, 2018 0 0 By Jeffrey Muvundusi #MDC-T led by #Thokozani Khupe said while they are still tabulating their national figures, they have, however, fielded parliamentary and local government candidates in all the 10 provinces of Zimbabwe. Former MDC Vice President Thokozani Khupe “I am pretty sure we will have more than 110 #National Assembly candidates and around 1 000 local government candidates. We are certainly on a roll and you can be assured that the MDC-T led by Khupe is a very potent political outfit. “Our BEST…

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More women remove underwear for Thokozani Khupe

The expelled former MDC Deputy President, Thokozani Khupe yesterday received backing from a cluster of women in politics. The female activists at the weekend held a solidarity gathering with the troubled politician over alleged victimisation by male politicians on her simply because she is a woman. The women met at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair grounds in Bulawayo as they held a prayer session for fellow female politicians in the country. Among the scores of women who attended the gathering was MDC parliamentarian Priscilla Misihairabwi Mushonga who called on fellow…

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Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga inspired by Zodwa Wabantu

Women from different political parties gathered yesterday at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo to offer solidarity to the embattled former Vice President of the MDC-T  Ms Thokozani khupe. Addressing the gathering, MDC proportional representation member of Parliament Prisilla Misihairabwi Mushonga said, ” When we go to vote in the coming elections, let us not wear any underwear as a reminder that we are women and we must not vote for any man. Man have sworn confusion among st us so that we look divided. that time has come to an…

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We will vote without wearing panties: Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga

Women from different political parties gathered yesterday at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo to offer solidarity to the embattled former Vice President of the MDC-T  Ms Thokozani khupe. Addressing the gathering, MDC proportional representation member of Parliament Prisilla Misihairabwi Mushonga said, ” When we go to vote in the coming elections, let us not wear any underwear as a reminder that we are women and we must not vote for any man. Man have sworn confusion among st us so that we look divided. that time has come…

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Chamisa Blocks Khupe From Using MDC-T Name

Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai (MDC-T) has warned the axed vice President, Thokozani Khupe and her group against using the party name saying they are not entitled to it according to the party constitution. In a statement released today, MDC-T Acting National Spokesperson, Thabitha Khumalo said Khupe is not entitled to use the name MDC-T according to the party constitution. “Former Vice President Thokozani Khupe, Abedinigo Bhebhe and Obert Gutu remain expelled from the party and have neither the power nor the mandate to call for a purported extra-ordinary Congress under…

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BREAKING: Nelson Chamisa FIRES 17 MDC-T executive members for supporting Khupe.

THE Nelson Chamisa-led MDC-T has fired 17 Bulawayo provincial executive members, in a fresh purge targeting officials aligned to axed deputy president, Thokozani Khupe’s faction. Provincial spokesperson Felix Magalela Sibanda confirmed the development in a statement, accusing the axed officials of snubbing party programmes, among other allegations. “On March 25, the provincial executive fired some errant MDC-T members from the party. Those who are either MPs or councillors will be recalled from Parliament or council, whatever the case maybe,” he said. “They were fired primarily for putting the party into…

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Khupe Slapped With Lawsuit Anytime

The renegade expelled MDC Deputy President Thokozani Khupe has received a firm warning she will be sued for continuing to use the name MDC-T. The warning was given by party spokesman Felix Sibanda who said,  “no one shall be allowed to abuse our brand and name; very soon she shall be called to order to stop that chicanery (sic).” Sibanda continued saying, “She has to be reminded that MDC-T has a functional constitution which makes it clear that the national council (NC) is a de facto congress between the congresses.…

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MDC-T Khupe allies hauled before courts over violence

Khupe and Moyo

THREE top allies of former MDC-T vice president Thokozani Khupe have appeared in court over the violence which recently rocked the opposition party’s Bulawayo offices. Khupe’s personal assistant Witness Dube, expelled MDC-T organising secretary Abedinico Bhebhe and one Elliot Moyo, were charged with public violence when they appeared before a Bulawayo magistrate last Friday. According to prosecutor Nkathazo Dlodlo, the trio was part of a mob which fought running battles at the party offices earlier this month. The factional clashes pitted Khupe supporters against loyalists of party leader Nelson Chamisa.…

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MDC-T fight over the name turns nasty

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A NEW frontier in the fight for control of the MDC-T has emerged, this time over the name of the opposition party. The MDC-T split yet again following the death of founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai in February which triggered a violent fight between then vice presidents Thokozani Khupe and Nelson Chamisa. Chamisa prevailed but was accused of using violence that left bloody scenes in Bulawayo and Buhera during Tsvangirai’s burial. Khupe and her loyalists have since been expelled from the party by Chamisa’s group. Party acting national chairperson Morgen Komichi…

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Khupe Hires Vapositori

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The expelled former MDC Deputy President Thokozani Khupe has been exposed for smuggling in members of the Vapositori sect so to try to upstage MDC leader Nelson Chamisa. On the day that she held her last anti Chamisa rally last week but one at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre, Khupe hired members of the vapositori, other religious groups from rural areas and the rest from civic groups. Western Region leader Jenni Williams at the time issued a loud call to disassociate her reputable group from Khupe’s ambitious meeting. At the time, ZimEye…

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