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Welshman Ncube not hibernating: Chihwayi

The MDC leader Professor Welshman Ncube did not go into hibernation after the 2013 elections, but simply went back to the drawing board to craft a roadmap to the 2018 elections that will usher in a new democratic leadership for Zimbabwe.
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Indecision in Zimbabwean politics is final

Viewing the broad spectrum of the political landscape in Zimbabwe at the end of 2011, one is left with the distinct impression that all the political forces are caught under a spell of indecision writes Professor Brian Raftopolous.
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Mutambara loses smaller MDC presidency

BULAWAYO- Deputy Prime Minister Professor Arthur Mutambara on Thursday lost the case in which he was challenging Professor Welshman Ncube for the post of MDC president. The judgment, delivered at the Bulawayo High Court means that Prof…
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MPs walk out on Welshman Ncube

At least 20 legislators walked out on Industry and Commerce Minister Welshman Ncube in Parliament yesterday protesting against his decision to expel Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Ms Nomalanga Khumalo from the MDC.
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Madhuku says Ncube being used by Zanu PF

The National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) chairman Lovemore Madhuku has said Zanu PF has roped in leader of the smaller MDC faction Welshman Ncube on the principal’s table because they have found him useful in undermining Tsvangirai.…
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Zanu PF finally win something

It has been a bad year for Zanu PF. They lost the key election for the Speaker of Parliament to the MDC-T and left the SADC Troika summit in Zambia with their tails tucked between their legs after being rebuked by regional leaders over…
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Rebels urge Mugabe not to recognise Ncube

A group of MDC-N party rebels who filed a High Court application challenging the ‘election’ of Welshman Ncube as party leader have this week advised President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai not to recognise Ncube as…
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