Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Mugabe criticizes West for conditional aid

President Robert Mugabe on Saturday criticized Western nations for setting conditions for aid to his devastated country and questioned whether a government he formed with rivals was truly united.

MDC-T in secret poll fundraising drive

MDC-T is making frantic efforts to raise funds ahead of anticipated national elections next year and the party’s standing committee met a group of financiers in Johannesburg, South Africa, last Friday.

Tsvangirai dismisses BBC, Holland report

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on Wednesday dismissed an overly sensationalised story by the Minister of National Healing, Reconciliation and Integration in which she claimed that she and other members of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T), including fellow ministers, were receiving threatening phone calls every day.

Tsvangirai to appeal for his people's return

Morgan Tsvangirai will deliver a passionate appeal this week to Zimbabwe refugees and asylum seekers living in Britain to return home to help to rebuild their shattered country.

Constitution-making an irreversible process

The journey to a new people-driven Constitution is irreversible despite attempts by some retrogressive forces to derail the process, the co-chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee, Hon. Douglas Mwonzora has said.

Parliament draws up final list of media Commissioners

Parliament’s Standing Rules and Orders Committee have drawn up a final list of applicants to sit on the new Zimbabwe Media Commission.

Zimbabwe uncertainty a 'drag anchor' for southern Africa

Ongoing political uncertainty in Zimbabwe is a "disaster" for its people and a "drag anchor" for the whole of southern Africa, the Commons has heard.Malcolm Bruce, chair of the international development select committee, said the political process in the country was "limping along" but that progress needed to accelerate.And the Lib Dem MP warned that if the situation was...

Time for new politics in Zimbabwe – UDA speaks

Beloved fellow Zimbabweans, I wish to greet you all and our supporters and volunteers from the nations of the world.

Mugabe owns 10 farms through Gushungo Holdings

President Robert Mugabe is one of the biggest landowners in Zimbabwe. A Sunday Times investigation has found that he and his family own at least 10 farms through Gushungo Holdings (Pvt) Ltd.

Reasons why MDC-T recalled some ministers

In a move that took some people by surprise, MDC-T leader and Prime Minister Mr Morgan Tsvangirai recalled some members of his party from Government.