The soldier who last month disclosed to The Zimbabwean that he was severely bashed and left for dead after refusing to re-enlist in the Zimbabwe National Army has revealed that his young brother was recently murdered.
We did it in March 2008, again in March 2013 we recorded heroic feats and we are to take the revolution a step further in the next election. The constitution is a done deal now. Our biggest task is to make the constitution a reality in our lives.
HARARE – President Robert Mugabe will have to wait for an amended Electoral Act to pass through Parliament and be signed into law before he can proclaim a date for the impending elections, according to a constitutional watchdog, Veritas.
ETHIOPIA – Zimbabwe Civil society organisations who are on a regional advocacy blitzkrieg in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia have urged the African Union (AU) to exert pressure on Zimbabwe to implement critical and credible reforms before the watershed elections.
Some believe that if Mugabe were to lose the election, security chiefs (who have a symbiotic relationship with Zanu PF) would take over. This is unlikely for two reasons: first, the army is very much aware that its stock-in-public image is extremely poor.
BULAWAYO – Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC on Sunday unveiled scores of Zanu PF and smaller MDC faction card-carrying members who dumped their parties in Bulawayo, in a move the party says confirms the first yields of the door-to-door (D2D) campaign.
You will recall that my application for an identity card (“ID”) was referred to you after it was established that my name was already flagged in the system on account of the fact that I am a holder of the citizenship of the Republic of South Africa.
Veteran MDC-T activist Grace Kwinjeh said on Monday that her party has produced one of the best policy documents and it will resonate well with the voters in the forthcoming elections.
The mobile voter registration exercise ended Sunday amid an outcry from all corners of the country that the exercise was poorly conducted and dismally failed to meet demand.
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.