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Chamisa On Kenya

chamisaBoth the House of Assembly and the Senate will resume sitting tomorrow, with the four negotiation Acts gazetted in a Government Gazette Extraor­dinary published late on Friday: the Electoral Laws Amendment Act (No. 17/2007), the Public Order and Security Amendment Act (No. 18/2007), the Broadcasting Services Amendment Act (No. 19/2007) and the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Amendment Act (No. 20/2007).


Last Updated on Friday, 18 January 2008 06:16

"Zimbabwe Is Another Cattle of Fish" Biti

bitiThe Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) remains committed to dialogue with Zanu (PF) for free and fair elections, but the talks are now deadlocked on Zanu (PF)’s refusal to have a new constitution in place and to allow a period of free campaigning before the election, says MDC secretary general, Tendai Biti.

In an interview with Changezimbabwe, he said he did not vilify the mediator, South African President Thabo Mbeki, over perceived delays in engaging the SADC Heads of States, adding that he could well understand that since the negotiator, President Mbeki’s party, the ANC, had a Congress, then there was the Christmas period.

MDC SG Tendai Biti

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 September 2008 10:11

Arrest Economic Saboteurs - Sekeramayi

Defense Minister Sekeramayi

In an implicit admission that the government’s agricultural policy is failing, the Minister of Defense, Sydney Sekeramayi, has called for prosecution of "farmers" who are selling inputs instead of using them to make the “Mother of All Agricultural Seasons” that the government has been touting.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 January 2008 14:53

MDC Back in Mobilisation Mood

Nelson Chamisa
The Movement For Democratic Change (MDC) has started rev-ving up the party's engine with weekend rallies to demand free and fair elections.

Dubbed the New Zimbabwe Campaign Rallies, the first one will be addressed by the party leadership at Stodart Grounds, Mbare  at 10am on tomorrow (Sat).

Chemhanza Stadium, Dzivarasekwa will be in the afternoon, also address by MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai and the New Zimbabwe Campaign team.

Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2008 06:06

"Chief" Nyashanu In the Ring

chiefBirmingham member and one of the committee members in the Tapa executive who chose to give up their posts in order that an effective MDC UK executive be elected,  Matthew Nyashanu, has declared his candidacy for the same post.

Founder secretary of the Walsall Branch Jennifer Moyo has also declared for the women’s chair, as has Middlesborough Branch Chair Bernard Mutubuki for deputy organising secretary and Godfrey Magwindiri for the treasury.  


Demonstration for Free and fair Elections and Diaspora Vote 19 January 2008, Zimbabwean Embassy, 429 The Strand, London Time : 1200hrs to 1800hrs Election Taskforce 07930807567, 07816619788 07776080011 Birmingham confirm and pay to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Last Updated on Sunday, 15 February 2009 19:05

African Diplomats for Kenya Solution

gracaThe Kenya election fiasco has apparently now drawn in AU chairman, President John Kufuor, of Ghana, former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Graca Machel and former President Tanzanian President, Benjamin Mkapa.

All are now apparently involved in trying to find a diplomatic solution to an election rigging which has been recorded by international observers and admitted to by the chairman and some members of the electoral commission of Kenya.

After US diplomat Jendayi Frazer failed, will Graca find solution? 

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 January 2008 07:30

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