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"Let's Chart The Way Forward Together" - Tsvangirai

TsvangiraichinjaThe MDC has resolved that the situation in the country will not take care of itself without citizens doing anything about it themselves, moreover the party will never agree to join government to give Zanu (PF) a kiss of life without addressing fundamental reforms, and dismantling the partisan bureaucracy that impeded progress under the previous inclusive dispensation.

So says its President Morgan Tsvangirai in an end of year message in which he said the party would never again participate in any election in the absence of comprehensive reforms that enhance both the framework and environment for free and fair elections.

“We will only participate in a truly free and fair election,“ said Tsvangirai, insisting that the MDC is still aiming for a national convergence conference where citizens will agree on national grievances and collectively chart the way forward to resolve them.

MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai says Zimbabwe's future is in our hands  

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 02:14

Rise of Ngwena: Dictatorship Consolidated In Zimbabwe

mnangagwaEIbbo Mandaza’s conclusion that the 2014 Zanu PF Congress - the rise of Mnangagwa - marks the triumph of the Securocrat state sounds less ominous than if it was put simply as: the military, police, intelligence and militia have now taken over and Zimbabwe is now a military dictatorship in all but name.

In fact it was quite refreshing to read an Ibbo Mandaza who finally seems to have shed his Zanu (PF) aura, now openly admitting that Tsvangirai has been winning elections all along and has turned down several sell-out deals where he was offered the post of Prime Minister.

Knowing as he did, and as we now all do, that he is way more popular than any candidate that can come out of Zanu (PF), why would Tsvangirai accept playing second fiddle to Mugabe or sell out the aspirations of his supporters and the sacrifices that they have made?

Mnangagwa - sending shivers up and down the country

Last Updated on Monday, 15 December 2014 13:05

MDC National Team Now Complete, Ready to Lead Zimbabwe

Job Sikhala bounces back onto the MDC National Executive..Pressure must be applied to the tyrannical regime from all angles so that dictators do not think they can do whatever they want without being questioned, says Job Sikala who has bounced back into the MDC National Executive through appointment.

Nelson Chamisa, the losing candidate for the Secretary General post was also appointed into the NEC together with engineer Elias Mudzuri and 12 others when the MDC national council met in Harare today to discuss the outstanding business of the party’s 4th Congress.

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 01:53

Dark Clouds Over Zimbabwe as Mnangagwa Is Chosen

mnangabeRex1Amid reports that constitutional lawyer Lovemore Madhuku has filed objections to Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa's appointment as vice president, the announcement of his choice by President Mugabe has left Zimbabweans resigned to a future of even worse corruption and economic chaos than under Mugabe.

Meanwhile "Ngwena" himself has been giving interviews to VOA like someone who has already been sworn into office, pledging to assist President Mugabe with implementation of ZimAsset and denying any enmity with fired President Joice Mujuru, though he said she must answer to the allegations against her.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 December 2014 19:04

Mauritius Opposition Confounds Pundits With Landslide Win

MauritiusThe opposition in one of SADC’s most democratic and economically successful countries, Mauritius, has confounded pundits and overwhelmingly won the election on Saturday, setting in motion a peaceful change of government with a difference.

In previous elections the regular and peaceful changes of government had been between Labour Party and the Mouvement Militant Mauricien, but this time a new left-leaning coalition of the Mouvement Socialiste Militant and Parti Mauricien Social Democrate put an end to their game.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 December 2014 20:37

MDC Bosses Unveil Equal Opportunities For All In SA

GutuChikandiwaFormer MDCSA vice-chair Lovemore Chikandiwa, Spokesman, Obert Gutu, MDCSA Chairman Chief Ndlovu and Gilbert Chamunorwa in Jo'burg today as MDC delegates met for a leadership seminar at which the National Management Committee introduced Equal Opportunities for all.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 December 2014 17:29
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