- MDC SG Mwonzora has declared all suspensions and expulsions made ahead of MDC's May elective congress null and void.
- Chivayo absolved by court of any criminal liability in the US$5,6 million fraud charge involving Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC)’s Gwanda solar project.
- CHOLERA FEARS, no clean water stagnant water, not draining, decomposing bodies floating in Manicaland
- Whole village, police station and government complex at Rusitu in Chimanimani swept away by cyclone floods, many dead, several missing.
- 'WHITES CAUSED CYCLONE IDAI ' -Black First Land First (BLF) SA Politician
NELSON CHAMISA IS HEADED FOR FINANCIAL RUIN, It is well known that after the Zimbabwe Constitutional Court Judgement, which declared Emmerson Mnangagwa as Zimbabwe’s president C, Nelson Chamisa is headed for financial ruin as the MDC-T led by Dr Khupe whom Chamisa pushed out of power as he forcibly took over leadership of the MDC T and took charge unconstitutionally, has now indicated that it will shortly begin legal proceedings against Chamisa and his faction to return the US$1.8 million which Chamisa and his faction received under the Zimbabwe Political Parties Finance Act, instead of the disbursement being handed to Dr Khupe as she is the legitimate MDC-T leader.
Its clear, he is aware of how disastrous everything has turned out to be , as CHAMISA says ‘we are ready to sacrifice lives in defending people’s votes’ while lodging his petition with the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) otherwise known as the Banjul Commission in a continued bid to overturn President Emmerson Mnangawa’s electoral victory. Obviously the circus will go on, but the ordinary street person in Zimbabwe will continue to suffer daily, while this man made disaster emanating from selfish leaders both in the ruling and opposition, drags on,..wake up Zimbabwe!
It certainly never rains but pours, because the Zanu pf Legal team head Paul Mangwana, has also indicated that Chamisa faces a bill of over US£3million over his concourt loss. To the discerning eye www.newzimbabwevision.com, Chamisa is has set himself up for the big fall, because Mnangagwa will accelerate Khuphe’s court challenge to Chamisa’s unconstitutional take over of MDC T, while Zanu pf who hold the parliamentary majority will now chop and change the constitution and raise the minimum presidential age from 40 to 55 or 60 and effectively stop Chamisa from standing in as a presidential candidate in 2023 or for the next 20 years for that matter.
Chamisa is clearly the biggest loser in the 30 July 2018 harmonised elections as he gave up his MDC T leadership, Kuwadzana Constituency MP role , is stone broke, facing humongous legal bills, while sadly it is reported that he failed to bring meaningful development to Kuwadzana as their MP because the constituency continuously suffered erratic water supplies, blocked sewer pipes, overflowing sewage and uncollected refuse daily,….Politics is a dirty game, because Chamisa is simply being relegated to political dustbins of history by Mnangagwa, Zanu pf stalwarts, securocrats and militarised regime, without laying a finger on him. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya
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