Former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s inaugural rally in Mashonaland Central , the Zanu-PF’s strong hold of Bindura.

  Former vice-president Joice Mujuru drew thousands of people, including supporters of other opposition supporters to her inaugural rally in Mashonaland Central Province held in Zanu-PF’s strong hold of Bindura. University students and youths from the Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T attended the rally that also had People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti as one of the speakers. Addressing the rally, Mujuru said the economic crisis was a product of President Robert Mugabe’s politics of hate….

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‘Mugabe’s Marriage To Grace Spelt Doom For Zimbabwe’-Rugare Gumbo

‘Mugabe’s Marriage To Grace Spelt Doom For Zimbabwe’-Rugare Gumbo

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s marriage to Grace spelt doom for the country as the First Lady will never allow the 92-year-old leader to step down, former Zanu-PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo said last week. Gumbo told a Southern African Economic and Political Series (Sapes) Trust discussion that Mugabe’s desire to rule until death was influenced by his young wife. Mugabe married Grace (50) in 1996 following the death of his first wife Sally due to a kidney ailment….

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Zimbabwe’s Opposition , Victory Chances In 2018 Ballot, Versus Zanu PF Mujuru – Analyst

Zimbabwe’s  Opposition , Victory Chances In 2018 Ballot, Versus Zanu PF Mujuru – Analyst

A Zimbabwean, political analyst Rejoice Ngwenya claims that  genuine political figures who can feature in the final 2018 presidential list, are  the largest opposition  Movement For Democratic Change (MDC-T ) Leader Richard Morgan Tsvangirai, the Movement For Democratic Change (MDC) leader Welshman Ncube, Zimbabwe African People’s Union (Zapu) leader Dumiso Dabengwa, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti and Mavambo/Kusile/ Dawn leader Simba Makoni, while discarding Zimbabwe’s dismissed,  former Vice President Joice Mujuru as a staunch  Zanu PF figure only…

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‘Unity Of Purpose Is Needed Amongst Opposition Parties To Save Zimbabwe’-Biti

‘Unity Of Purpose Is Needed Amongst Opposition Parties To Save Zimbabwe’-Biti

  MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai this week cut a lone figure as he was flanked by representatives of small parties at the signing of a national electoral reforms agenda after most of the opposition leaders snubbed the event.   The poor response to the MDC-T-led lobby will definitely dim chances of a formidable coalition against President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF in the 2018 elections.   Tsvangirai was left to ink his signature with a…

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