MDC T CIRCUS CONTINUES AS HIGH PROFILE former ZBC presenter Eric Knight , waves ‘Goodbye MDC T’ and joins Zanu-PF’s structures in the United Kingdom

MDC T CIRCUS CONTINUES AS HIGH PROFILE former ZBC presenter Eric Knight , waves ‘Goodbye MDC T’ and joins Zanu-PF’s structures in the United Kingdom

MDC T woes continue daily ever since the death of the founder Richard Morgan Tsvangira in February, with leadership disputes, Khuphe faction , court battles, and now we know that NewZimbabwe, has been advised by the ruling Zanu pf party that the former ZBC presenter, Eric Knight has joined the party and they even stated “don’t be surprised to see him deployed publicly soon”.   Eric Knight’s capture and change, has reportedly been a pleasant…

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THERE IS A COMMON saying about politicians, that goes as follows..’How do you know when a politician is telling lies?’…the answer is ..’As soon as the politician opens his or her mouth, its all lies that follow’.

THERE IS A COMMON saying about politicians, that goes as follows..’How do you know when a politician is telling lies?’…the answer is ..’As soon as the politician opens his or her mouth, its all lies that follow’.

Sadly that seems to hold water as the motor mouth MDC-T, leader Nelson Chamisa has effectively grabbed power to lead MDC T, and is continuously hell bent on unleashing a string of clearly immature promises to the electorate after that including, the latest being Nelson Chamisa promising Murambinda people that he will turn Murambinda growth point into a city if voted into power in July 2018, starting with turning Murambinda mission hospital into a General…

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ONE OF MDC T LONGEST SERVING MPS, JESSIE MAJOME pulls out of the impending party primary elections citing blatant disregard for MDC Tparty rules

ONE OF MDC T LONGEST SERVING MPS, JESSIE MAJOME pulls out of the impending party primary elections citing blatant disregard for MDC Tparty rules

Days before its internal candidate selection process roared into life, the opposition MDC-T was last Friday thrown into turmoil after one of its longest -serving MPs Jessie Majome pulled out of the impending party primary elections citing blatant disregard for party rules. In this interview with NewsDay Senior Reporter Richard Chidza (ND), Majome (JM) declares she has shut the door on the party’s ticket and is pondering her next move before the elections. Below are…

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VOTE BUYING-Nelson Chamisa yesterday in a shock development has reportedly offered to avail lump sum pensions and decent living conditions for Zimbabwe’s liberation war veterans if they support him

VOTE BUYING-Nelson Chamisa yesterday in a shock development has reportedly offered to avail lump sum pensions and decent living conditions for Zimbabwe’s liberation war veterans if they support him

VOTE BUYING-OPPOSITION MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa yesterday in a shock development has reportedly offered to avail lump sum pensions and decent living conditions for Zimbabwe’s liberation war veterans if they support him in the forthcoming 2018 harmonised elections, claiming the war veterans will be compensated based on their liberation war contribution. Addressing MDC T supporters at Bambazonke business centre in Marange, Mutare West constituency,Nelson Chamisa claimed that his government would dole out hefty…

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PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA promises to increase war vet monthly pensions

PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA promises to increase war vet monthly pensions

Zimbabwe’s war veterans, earn a monthly pension of US$206 but as we are in the dying minutes of election campaign for the 2018 harmonised election, Mnangagwa is clearly in the vote buying campaign mode, as he promised during an interface with the veterans of the liberation struggle at City Sports Centre in Harare on Friday afternoon, to raise the pensions. Lest you forget, this comes just about four months after Mnangagwa gave out 52 brand…

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POFESSOR OF AFRICAN HISTORY at the University of Liverpool, Dr Diana Jeater, has’ rubbished MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa described as out of his depth and over-excited about the idea of winning an election’.

POFESSOR OF AFRICAN HISTORY at the University of Liverpool, Dr Diana Jeater, has’ rubbished MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa described as out of his depth and over-excited about the idea of winning an election’.

MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa has “sincerely apologised” for his gender insensitive political banter that caused social media outrage this week.   Recently Nelson Chamisa said he would give his sister, 18, to Emmerson Mnangagwa if the Zimbabwean leader won the forthcoming elections, while addressing Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) supporters in the United Kingdom.   “If Mnangagwa wins 5% in a free election, I will give him my sister. I have a sister who just…

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MDC ALLIANCE leader, Nelson Chamisa, the MDC T leader threatens to shutdown Zimbabwe. if his demands for the Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwart , securocrat and military regime to avail a neutral ballot paper supplier are not met.

MDC ALLIANCE leader, Nelson Chamisa, the MDC T leader threatens to shutdown Zimbabwe. if his demands for the Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwart , securocrat and military regime to avail a neutral ballot paper supplier are not met.

The MDC ALLIANCE leader, Nelson Chamisa, the MDC T leader has threatened to shut down Zimbabwe if his demands for the Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwart , securocrat and military regime to avail a neutral ballot paper supplier are not met. Currently, the regime is keeping the identity of the ballot paer printers, aclosely guarded secret. Chamisa, stated that the MDC ALLIANCE will not boycott elections but that they have clarified to president Mnangagwa, that there…

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MDC ALLIANCE LEADER Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) was in Bedford Britain to address Zimbabweans in Shona in the UK though Zimbabwe is made up of at least 16 National languages officially recognised by the constitution

MDC ALLIANCE LEADER Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) was in Bedford Britain to address Zimbabweans in Shona in the UK though Zimbabwe is made up of at least 16 National languages officially recognised by the constitution

MDC ALLIANCE LEADER Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) was in Bedford Britain to address Zimbabweans in Shona in the UK though Zimbabwe is made up of at least 16 National languages officially recognised by the constitution   The rally was attended by a reasonably sized crowd of MDC-T supporters but the young MDC T leader was heavily criticised for failing to address the people in a language that demonstrates he has respect and recognition of the fact…

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CHAMISA PROMISES rural airports, sphaghetti type roads, bullet trains, Ndebele king and to install WIFI at each rural homestead, claiming “Even goats will be able to have access to the mobile network,”.

CHAMISA PROMISES rural airports, sphaghetti type roads, bullet trains, Ndebele king and to install WIFI at each rural homestead, claiming “Even goats will be able to have access to the mobile network,”.

POFESSOR OF AFRICAN HISTORY at the University of Liverpool, Dr Diana Jeater, has’ rubbished MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa described as out of his depth and over-excited about the idea of winning an election’.   MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa recently promised to build rural airports, sphaghetti type roads, provide bullet trains, allow the coronation of a Ndebele king and to install WIFI at each rural homestead, claiming “Even goats will be able to have access to…

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FORMER ZANU PF Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti , now an MDC Alliance member, has urged the remaining Zanu pf G40 members to join MDC-T ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections.

FORMER ZANU PF Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti , now an MDC Alliance member, has urged the remaining Zanu pf G40 members to join MDC-T ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections.

FORMER ZANU PF Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti , now an MDC Alliance member, has urged the remaining Zanu pf G40 members to join MDC-T ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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