Thursday, July 27, 2017

PM Morgan Tsvangirai deserts supporters for golf

MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai avoided questions from his supporters during last Sunday’s rally here reportedly because he was rushing back to Harare only to be seen playing golf at a city club.

Miliband says sanctions will be lifted on MDC advice

British foreign secretary David Miliband says a decision on whether to lift sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe will be guided by advice from Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC party.

Mugabe mortgages Zimbabwe to China for financial gain

As direct foreign investment from the West dried up over the past few years, Zimbabwe's economy started to go into free fall.

Chegutu farmer denies verbal abuse of PM niece

The Cremer family has categorically denied allegations that they used racially abusive words against the family of the woman attempting to take their farm.

ZAPU faction goes to court over name, logo

The Agrippa Madlela-led Zimbabwe African People’s Union (Zapu) has filed an application with the Bulawayo High Court seeking an order permanently interdicting Dr Dumiso Dabengwa’s faction from using the party name, logo and flag in any activity which falls within the framework of their constitution.

Tsvangirai to campaign for the lifting of sanctions

Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai will lead a high level government delegation to talks with the European Union later this month where he will campaign for the lifting of sanctions against President Robert Mugabe and his inner circle.

Tsvangirai Setting CIO On His Own MPs?

Told you at the end of my post yesterday that I would bring you a developing story regarding the Zimbabwe Prime Minister and the Secret Police, the CIO.

MDC-T MP Blessing Chebundo denied bail

MDC-T Member of Parliament for Kwekwe urban constituency Honorable Blessing Chebundo who is facing rape charges has been denied bail by the High Court and he will appear at the Kwekwe Magistrates Court.

Parliament splashes US$8 000 on flowers

Parliament splashed US$8 000 on flowers on the chaotic July All-Stakeholders’ Conference on the constitution despite claims that the process is financially hamstrung.

MDC to petition Supreme Court over suspensions

Zimbabwe’s MDC party said on Wednesday it had instructed its lawyers to urgently appeal to the High Court against suspension of two of its legislators from Parliament after they were convicted on what the party claims are trumped up charges.
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