By Anna Chibamu MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa Tuesday sang praises for the country armed forces but rebuked his Zanu PF opponents for allegedly ordering recent army killings on defenceless civilians in Harare’s CBD beginning of this month. He was giving his comments in a statement to coincide with the annual Defence Forces Day commemorations.
By Anna Chibamu FIREBRAND youth social movement #Tajamuka/Sesjikile resurfaced Thursday to demand the withdrawal of the country’s military from the streets and the fair handling of Nelson Chamisa’s poll petition by the authorities. At a press briefing, the militant group warned it was in the process of mobilising citizens into carrying out peaceful demonstrations against
By Staff Reporter THE United States of America says the use of live ammunition by Zimbabwe`s armed forces leading to the death of six civilians in Harare last Wednesday has dented what was set to become the country’s most peaceful election since independence. In a statement, the Donald Trump led government said Zimbabwe has squandered
By Staff Reporter MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa’s lawyer Thabani Mpofu says they have secured military assurances the presidential contender will not be blocked from taking over as state president if he wins Monday’s election. He however hinted on the opposition taking charge of the process by insisting “power will be taken” and that
By Staff Reporter MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has boasted the country’s military was on his side as he takes on President Emmerson Mnangagwa in a crunch Presidential election in two weeks’ time. Chamisa said this while trying to calm down a section of his followers who had suddenly gone into a deafening crescendo of
By William Milasi THE Zimbabwe National Army has moved in to kick out President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s neighbour in Kwekwe’s Sherwood farms after government has allocated Leader of Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide Revelation, Reverend Isaac Tititi Moyo’s farm to the army. A distraught Moyo who is now camped at an open space outside the Midlands second