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Zimbabwe: Workers, Artists Under Siege As Regime Panics

As the economic crisis in Zimbabwe worsens, with the National Railways of Zimbabwe failing to pay its artisans, so is repression worsening, with police banning the artisans’ planned demonstrations and arresting musicians who support the opposition Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai. Tsikamutanda artists targeted in Zimbabwe Police crackdown

Last Updated on Monday, 04 August 2014 08:41

Tsvangirai's Moment Under International Spotlight


MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai’s address to a fully subscribed lecture at Chatham House where he made the case for the international community to bring focus back on Zimbabwe’s unresolved political crisis.

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 July 2014 19:48

Nehanda TV Meets President Tsvangirai

MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai's television interview with Nehanda TV managing editor, Lance Guma, in Birmingham at the weekend.

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 July 2014 19:52

China, West New Scramble for Africa

Decades after the European powers carved up the African continent for their own imperial needs, Africa is undergoing a new wave of resource and strategic exploitation – some are calling it the new scramble for Africa.

The United States is increasing its footprint across Africa with AFRICOM, fighting terrorism and ensuring stability are the trumpeted motivations. Resource security is a more hushed objective. But it is not just about the US.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 20:36

Tsvangirai Address To UK Structures

The MDC will approach the Constitutional Court to force the government to comply with provisions for free and fair elections which are already in the Constitution to ensure that the next election will be transparent.

This is just some of the pressure that the party intends to put on Zanu (PF) while at the same time engaging the whole spectrum of Zimbabwean society, including Zanu (PF), in a national dialogue on the on-going economic crisis.

But, said MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday, his priority was now on strengthening the party following the departure of secretary general Tendai Biti and some other members, which he insisted should not be called a split.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 17:26

Tsvangirai Wants International Engagement, Unconditional Dialogue

MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai laid out his case for an internationally brokered national dialogue to avert the national crisis threatening Zimbabwe, and publicly rejected any attempts to make negotiations with Zanu (PF) conditional on him accepting the results of the fraudulent July 31 election.

A genuine and well-meaning national conversation should not be handcuffed by subjective and self-serving conditions that demean the people of Zimbabwe who know the truth of what happened in the last election, he said.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 07:11

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Bhadharai Pano