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UN deals opposition heavy blow

THE United Nations has dealt a heavy blow to opposition calls for government to desist from taking over the procurement of biometric voter registration (BVR) kits after the world body stated the move was key for Zimbabwe to be self-sufficient and to fund its national projects.


Misihairabwi–Mushonga quits MDC post

MDC secretary-general Priscilla Misihairabwi–Mushonga has resigned as cracks continue to widen in the Welshman Ncube-led formation ahead of a planned merger with the MDC Renewal Team.


Zapu, MDC to join forces

ZAPU president, Dumiso Dabengwa last week revealed that his party had agreed to join forces and form a grand coalition with two MDC formations


MDC suspends officials

THE MDC led by Welshman Ncube has suspended its Pumula district chairperson and the organising secretary, and also dissolved party structures in the district.


Jomic defies Mugabe

Jomic has defied the directive from the President’s Office to hand over the organisation’s vehicles, arguing that government had no say in the vehicles.

A soldier smiles at he was conferred with a medal by President Robert Mugabe.

‘No security reforms’ Mugabe

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday swatted calls for security sector realignment, which were central to the MDCs’ call for reform, saying the military had been a reliable pillar of the government.

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