FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has claimed President Robert Mugabe is aware of the circumstances leading to the death of her husband, Solomon, in an inferno that continues to confound the nation five years after the country’s first black army commander died.
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WAR veterans aligned to the Christopher Mutsvangwa-led executive have vowed to snub the forthcoming Zanu PF annual conference to be held in Masvingo next week, as their relations with the ruling party continue to deteriorate.
Uncertainty continues to dog the proposed coalition of opposition parties, with MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai and his Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) counterpart, Joice Mujuru yesterday saying they suspected Zanu PF’s involvement in railroading other opposition leaders to seal the deal.
Pan African Parliament chairperson, Auxillia Mnangagwa has called on political leaders to go beyond lip service in tackling hunger in their respective countries and deliver tangible results that can benefit the continent.
MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai (pictured) and his Zimbabwe People First counterpart, Joice Mujuru are said to be in secret talks to come up with a coalition ahead of the 2018 elections.
ZIMBABWEAN exiles in the United Kingdom have implored opposition political parties back home to desist from political bickering and unite in order to increase their chances of defeating Zanu PF in the 2018 general elections.
ZANU PF has commandeered several State institutions to refurbish and carry major infrastructural developments at the venue of its annual conference at the Masvingo Agricultural Showgrounds ahead of the ruling party’s $4 million jamboree next week.
THE MDC led by Welshman Ncube says it still exists and has been vigorously reviving its structures across the country in preparation for the 2018 elections and the on-going coalition talks with other parties.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai (pictured) has scoffed at the so-called coalition talks among opposition parties that ended in South Africa yesterday, insisting that Zimbabwean political parties do not need an external hand to bring them to the negotiating table.