The Eurozone continues to exhibit all the signs of a deepening depression. Against this background, what are the chances of SADC successfully implementing a similar regional convergence model if the perpetrators of the framework are falling short?
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LESOTHO Prime Minister Tom Motsoahae Thabane, on what the government called a “state visit” to Zimbabwe last week, said his country was praying for President Robert Mugabe to take a leading role in Sadc if he finishes with the country’s politics. MuckRacker
Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party remained deadlocked on whether to accept a new draft constitution that trims the powers of the President. Wednesday’s meeting of the Politburo was the third such meeting to discuss the draft. The meeting ended late last night.
Future Vice-Presidents in Zimbabwe will be elected directly by voters, unlike in the past where they were appointed from within the party in government. This is contained in the final draft of the new constitution which has finally been made available by COPAC.
The ruling by the Supreme Court last week specifically ordering the holding of by-elections in the three vacant constituencies, namely Bulilima East, Nkayi South and Lupane East — and by extension other areas as well — has provoked a heated debate and lots of interesting dimensions to the public political discourse.
The crumbling of Robert Mugabe’s power base and the interference of ambitious army generals is behind the vicious infighting and violence that has marred ZANU PF district coordinating committees (DCC), a political analyst has told SW Radio Africa.
Today the 21st of February, President Robert Mugabe turns 88 years old. We are aware that he has splashed millions of dollars in organizing a lavish party for himself and his group accomplices that have plundered our resources, killed our relatives, persecuted our leaders and destroyed our country driving millions into poverty.