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 Staff Reporter ZANU PF’s stronghold Mashonaland Central province has emerged highest in terms of cases of political intimidation during Zimbabwe’s tense election month of July. This is according to a July report on political violation cases per province by peace-based NGO, Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP). According to the report, Mashonaland Central tops the list
By Jacqueline Sibanda FROM independence, the nationalist government did not intend to hand over power to any other organisation that was not Zanu PF. One of the major occupations of the government in the 1980s was the creation of a one-party state. The earliest signs of opposition were the continued existence of ZAPU and then
By Staff Reporter MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa says his envisaged government will not repossess land parcelled out to black Zimbabweans under ousted President Robert Mugabe’s controversial land reform process since 2000. Addressing thousands of MDC Alliance supporters who thronged his penultimate campaign rally in Bindura’s Chipadze Stadium Friday, Chamisa promised to issue title