HARARE – Daily News political editor Gift Phiri (GP) talked to MDC leader and Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai at the launch of the MDC policy conference in Milton Park on Saturday. Below are excerpts of the interview recorded before a live audience.
Deputy Justice Minister, Senator Obert Gutu was the guest on SW Radio Africa’s Hidden Story programme. Gutu, the spokesperson for the Harare Province of the MDC led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai speaks to journalist Tichaona Sibanda.
LEICESTER – Legendary Zimbabwe musician Thomas Mapfumo was a guest on Nehanda TV during his ‘History Tour’ with Oliver Mtukudzi in the UK. Journalist Lance Guma caught up with Mapfumo in Leicester and asked a variety of questions.
Music has a way of bringing people from different cultures, life styles and personalities together. As a lover of music myself, I came across a union that I for one enjoyed very much. This union was of a British born musician called Chris Oswel and Zimbabwe’s Jah Prayzah.
Shepherd Maisiri told SW Radio Africa on Monday that his son was born in hiding “on a mountain” after his wife fled their homestead when it was burnt down in 2000. Maisiri is the local deputy organising secretary of the MDC-T in Headlands.
LONDON – Is it true that Zimbabweans in the diaspora have an identity crisis and feel ashamed to be associated with their own people and country whilst in foreign countries? This is the subject of The Big Debate this week.
Veteran MDC-T activist and campaigner for women’s rights, Grace Kwinjeh recently announced her intention to contest parliamentary elections in the Makoni Central constituency. She first has to win scheduled party primary elections.
SW Radio Africa journalist Alex Bell was joined in the studio by Charles Taffs, the President of the Commercial Farmers Union, who travelled to London this week to counter the misinformation published in a new book on the land grab campaign.
SWITZERLAND – Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai talks about the outlook for the country’s new constitution and economy. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Andres R. Martinez at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
POPULAR radio personality Eric Knight recently came in the open and said he would be contesting in the next elections. Life and Style Reporter Silence Charumbira (SC) managed to secure an interview with Knight (EK) and below are some of the excerpts.