HARARE – Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s mother Lydia says her son’s ex-fiancée Locardia Karimatsenga must present her grievances to a traditional dare (court) in Buhera and not in the courts of law.
South African woman Nosipho Shilubane who took Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai to court 12 days ago to stop his marriage to Elizabeth Macheka has now admitted she did so to teach him a lesson for the way he dumped her.
Former Chitungwiza mayor and Zanu PF Central Committee Member Joseph Macheka has defended Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai telling newshounds from the state media that the PM had married his daughter Elizabeth, ‘properly.’
The leader of the smaller MDC faction, Welshman Ncube (also Industry and Commerce Minister) was a guest on the BBC HARDtalk programme which aired on Tuesday. Below is the transcript of the interview with host Zeinab Badawi.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and his new wife Elizabeth Macheka have decided to cancel their honeymoon and spend the week in Zimbabwe so that the MDC-T leader can concentrate on “pressing national issues.”
It is Saturday, September 15, 2012, and the events of March 6, 2009, came flashing back into my mind like a hunter’s light. It was a sad and darker day for those who knew Morgan Tsvangirai, more so for those who knew his wife.
Exclusive to Nehanda Radio.com, this is the recorded speech made by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai during the public ceremony held at the Glamis Arena in Harare to celebrate his wedding to Elizabeth Macheka.
Lawyers representing Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and his wife Ms Elizabeth Macheka say their clients intend to seek review of last Friday’s cancellation of a marriage licence by a Harare magistrate.