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Out of Adversity, Stronger MDC-T Emerges
Written by Makusha Mugabe   
Thursday, 13 March 2014 20:50

Out of the adversity of an unconstitutional challenge of Morgan Tsvangirai's leadership seems to have come a re-energised, certainly a more united party, now attractive even to members who had previously abandoned the party. Today Tsvangirai sits with returning founder members Job Sikhala and Jobert Mudzumwe and newly elevated members.

Whether the seemingly organised 'renewal rebellion' has actually been crushed may be an issue for another day; suffice it to say for now Tsvangirai has firmly taken charge, and confidence has returned to the MDC-T, not least because of the return of some former founder members who had left the party.

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 01:40
Mugabe Gave Rubber Cheques To Communities
Written by Makusha Mugabe   
Thursday, 13 March 2014 01:17

'Indigenous' Minister Saviour Kasukuwere and Robert Mugame distributing "rubber cheques" to poor communities as part of their election campaign last year. They won the election, but the communities never got the money

Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 13:37
Irrefutable Evidence of Zanu (PF) Rigging
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 23:28


MDC-T Secretary General Tendai Biti exposed this blatant election rigging by Zanu (PF) which involved an unknown number of polling stations in Mt Pleasant with busloads of voters who seemed to have come from some rural areas.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 21:45
Zimbabwe Gov't Transparency, Accountability
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:53

The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA), stands together with Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ), in advocating for transparent public sector accountability and good corporate governance. 

In the last few months, we have witnessed reports of unprecedented levels of corruption, rent seeking tendencies, salary scandals and other malfeasances that seem to be eating away the moral fabric of our public sector. We are concerned that all these incidents of poor corporate governance in the public sector are being committed with impunity and little or no action from the government.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 01:52
Will Zuma Invite Mugabe to Loftus For Cricket?
Written by Eddie Cross   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:29

ZumaZulu190You can never separate the economy from politics, the state of one affects the other and the current crisis in Zimbabwe reflects this truth. In 2007 the President of South Africa launched an initiative to try and get Zimbabwe out of the deepening economic and political crisis that prevailed at the time. Our economy was on the verge of total collapse, hyper inflation was spinning completely out of control and the political regime in Harare was isolated and regarded as a rogue regime by the great majority of the international community.

His intervention was remarkably effective, he quickly obtained the support of key political and economic constituencies – the SADC, AU and the G7 leadership gave him their support and over the next two years he guided Zimbabwe through a series of negotiations leading to the Global Political Agreement in September 2008 and the GNU Government in February 2009. However somewhere along the line, South Africa dropped the ball and Mugabe, ever the skillful opportunist, picked it up and with key support from the JOC (Joint Operations Command), scored the final try in this particular game in July 2013.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 02:21
Lewanika, Machisa Out Of Order On MDC-T
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 10:21

lewanikaA Zimbabwe Mail article, republished on newsdzezimbabwe and on Radio VOP shows a seeming lack of understanding by civic society groups of the goings on in the MDC-T, leading to the suspension of Elton Mangoma.

With reference to the article, firstly Elton Mangoma cannot really be referred to as a party stalwart, and, secondly Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition coordinator Mcdonald Lewanika, if he was quoted correctly, does not seem understand the issue when he says:

“Politically, strategically and even socially, the decision to come down on Mangoma for suggesting that the president (Tsvangirai) steps-down for the political longevity and future success of the MDC-T was not strategic. It shows a lack of understanding and appreciation of the greater good, that while we all sacrifice for the greater good, sometimes for the greater good to be achieved, we need to sacrifice ourselves.” 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:52
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