MATABELELAND region will be a hive of activity on Friday, as President Robert Mugabe and MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai descend on the region to canvass for support ahead of next year’s general elections.
PROSPECTS of an opposition coalition against President Robert Mugabe continue to hit turbulence, with National People’s Party (NPP) leader, Joice Mujuru yesterday distancing herself from claims by MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai that a pact would be in place by month-end.
MDC-T youth assembly yesterday said it will, with or without police clearance, go ahead with its planned demonstration today to pressurise the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) into implementing their desired electoral reforms for the 2018 elections.
ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) interim leader, Agrippa Mutambara has disclosed that his party was now planning to join other opposition parties in a coalition agreement ahead of next year’s general elections.
GEORGE Mlala, deputy chairperson of a faction of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association opposed to Christopher Mutsvangwa’s executive, yesterday claimed that he had exposed and foiled his rivals’ plot to burn his Bulawayo offices at the weekend.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Indigenisation minister Patrick Zhuwao, yesterday dared Zimbabwe Defence Commander Constantino Guvheya Chiwenga and Air Marshall Perrance Shiri to stay clear of Zanu PF’s ugly succession politics or take off their camouflage and join fulltime politics.
National People’s Party leader Joice Mujuru claims that the proposed grand coalition of opposition parties has sent Zanu PF into a panic mode, hence President Robert Mugabe’s recent attempts to trash the project.
PRESIDENTIAL aspirant and Alliance for the People’s Agenda leader, Nkosana Moyo has taken his campaign trail to the common person on the ground, interfacing with vendors and other ordinary people as he prepares to shake President Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule in next year’s presidential race.