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No Going Back on 'No Reform No Election'

WorshopMDC-T has not abandoned its "no-reforms-no-elections" stance, nor does it condone the blatant abuse of workers by the Supreme Court through a judgement which allows workers to be fired at the whims of company directors.

MDC-T Secretary General Douglas Mwonzora said, contrary to reports on New Zimbabwe.com, the MDC was intensifying its demands for reforms, which are already law because of the Constitution is superior to all other laws.

But this has not stopped Zanu (PF) claiming that the constitution cannot be implemented until the statutes have been passed to replace the existing statutes and this align the subsidiary legislation to the constitution.

Mwonzora said the fact that the MDC was demanding reforms was not stopping the party making plans for the 2018 elections, because, as its President, Morgan Tsvangirai, has also said, the people can no longer be taken for granted and Zanu (PF) will be forced to make those changes.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 06:03 Read more...
 

Change Is Imminent in Zimbabwe, But How? It's Up to YOU

CrossWhile the state media, particularly Nathaniel Manheru, continues to rile against whites, Eddie Cross, seems to make more sense than the state media's attempts to blame anyone except the regime that has been in power for longer than Ian Smith's Rhodesian Front. He writes on http://www.eddiecross.africanherd.com/:

Zimbabwe is an enigma to many. The country presents itself as a clean, modern State with friendly people, little crime and small pockets of prosperity and wealth. A small country blessed with a great climate, an abundance of natural resources that put us in the top league of countries In terms of the ratio between our population and our resource base.

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Bastille Day Faux Pas Or Just Harare Hot Air

diplomaticPresident Robert Mugabe’s regime, at sixes-and-sevens because of international diplomatic pressure, has attempted to retaliate by intimidating the French Ambassador, accusing him of a diplomatic faux pas, but it looks like the Harare reaction itself was the faux pas - reinforcing the emerging of picture of Zimbabwe as a relic of the repressive Communist State.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 05:10 Read more...
 

Masvingo Water Crisis: Pre-Independence Pipes Now Under Repair

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Masvingo Urban residents in Rujeko queing up to fetch water from a Masvingo Town Council Bowser

As of the vendor crisis aftecting the capital, Harare, was not enough, more than 36 000 residents of the provincial capital of Masvingo are at risk of cholera becuse of a shortage of water in the town. Residents are furious with the Town Council which seems to have been caught unaware by rural-to-urban migration. 

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 July 2015 10:36 Read more...
 

Zimbabwe Policy Chaos Spills Onto Harare Streets

KasuVendorCrisisNew Local Government Minister Savious Kasukuwere and the charred remains of vendors' wares burnt in his heartless solution: just take vendors wares and burn them, meanwhile more workers are being fired from work and expanding the vendor population..... 

In June the Movement For Democratic Change Bulawayo Province Deputy information and Publicity Secretary, Felix Sibanda, spoke against a cabinet decision to evict vendors from Harare streets, saying the national vending crisis was a symptom of a decayed state and economy which called for robust economic planning to avert further crisis.

Last Updated on Saturday, 25 July 2015 13:56 Read more...
 

Mugabe Promotes Kasukuwere, But Home Affairs Seems Too Hot for Him

As if his mishandling of the vendors on Harare Streets is not enough, Savious Kasukuwere, who was recently promoted to Home Affairs Minister, is still facing questions about his previous portfolio which is directly responsible for Zimbabwe's economic crisis.

The Portfolio Committee on Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment is taking oral evidence from Zimplats, Mimosa, Unki and Blanket Mining Companies and Lafarge Cement Company on possible corruption.

The companies’ engagement with the National Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Board and with Brainworks Capital in relation to their compliance with the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act is coming under scrutiny in the Senate Chamber under the chairmanship of Hon Wadyajena.

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