LATEST: President Mnangagwa blasts US govt for siding with opposition, defends ex-soldiers in ZEC

The United States should make decisions on Zimbabwe from an informed position and stop reading only the text of opposition political parties that are afraid of elections, President Mnangagwa has said. He said the US, which last week proposed multiple prescriptive reforms as a precondition for re-engagement with Zimbabwe, should have an appreciation of the situation on the ground to make rational decisions. Two US senators — Messrs Jeff Flake(Republican) and Chris Coons (Democrat) — who are members of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee unveiled a proposed revised version…

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Itai Dzamara Will Be Freed? Police Asked

The Zimbabwe Republic police were yesterday questioned by members of the public unless sincerity regarding the welfare of the missing activist Itai Dzamara. This was due to the sudden announcement by the police yesterday that they are now searching for him, and this coming more than three years after they indicater that they are not interested. “Does this mean you are now reading him?” asked one Darnmore Gore. On the 11th March 2015 (SEE VIDEO), Police spokesman Charity Charamba announced to that instead of searching for Dzamara they are…

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Mnangagwa: The morning after in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa

The unprecedented military intervention brought euphoria to the masses they gave their future to the crocodile, I had believed in since childhood. Questions are still asked does the alligator have the power to work out of water and steer the fortunes of the landlocked Zimbabwe into prosperity.The type of ecstasy that descended on the streets were of orgasmic proportions one can not stop to wonder about the morning after, whose pregnancy carries twins Namely Cash Crisis and bitter Mugabe 1.CASH CRISIS The hope that came with the larger than life…

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Nelson Chamisa threatens to pull out of 2018 presidential elections

Nelson Chamisa

MDC-T president and MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has threatened to pull out of this year’s presidential election if Zanu PF’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa fails to implement electoral reforms demanded by the opposition. Chamisa yesterday told thousands of MDC Alliance supporters at Chinhoyi’s Gadzema Stadium that he would not agree to be railroaded into an election without the necessary reforms to ensure a level playing field for all the parties. “MDC will not go into elections before electoral reforms. We are getting briefs from intelligence officers who are telling us…

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