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Occupy Africa Unity Square - Mugabe Must Come Down

Occupy1The first group of Zimbabweans answering the call to Occupy African Unity Square to demand the resignation of President Robert Mugabe's Zanu (PF) government. Pic provided by OAUS.

A journalist who presented a petition to President Mugabe's Office calling on him to resign as he has failed to run the country, Itai Dzamara, tells us in his own words how one man panicked Mugabe's security system. He is inviting Zimbabweans to join him at Africa Unity Square in Harare. 

By Itai Dzamara

After we successfully submitted our petition to President Robert Mugabe yesterday, we got an immediate response, and also the perfect opportunity to get a vivid reflection of his regime's mindset and attitudes.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 October 2014 12:02 Read more...
 

MDC Condemns Grace Mugabe's Statement On Farmers

The Movement for Democratic Change strongly condemns the reckless utterances by Mrs Grace Mugabe in which she denigrated farmers who were dispossessed of their properties by Zanu PF without compensation.

The Herald reported last week that Mrs Mugabe said white farmers wanted her husband to reverse the land reform and offered her $10 million, which she scoffed at, saying, "What is $10m to me?"

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 17:03 Read more...
 

Makone Raises Stakes In MDC-T Congress Campaigns

makoneTheresalAs the MDC-T congress approaches the quality of campaigning is improving, with candidates now concentrating on what they have to offer to the party rather than decampaigning others or just throwing posters at the campaign.

Theresa Makone who is running for Treasurer General is one of those who has puplished her CV, concentrating on her achievements and skills, and what she has to over the party.

A mother, wife, and a grandmother of two boys, she has been married to Ian Makone for 38 years.

She was a student activist at the University of Rhodesia and was expelled in 1973, but went on to graduate with a B.Sc Hons Degree in Biochemistry & Food Chemistry in 1976.

Her early career was in industry as Development Chemist, under Delta Corporation, quality assurance director for Sterling Winthrop Pharmaceuticals and rose to research and development manager of Cairns Foods where she finished 1991.

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 October 2014 10:47 Read more...
 

Hurricane Grace Meets Resistance in Mutare

Apparently Zanu (PF) Mutare has refused to sleepwalk into an era of an imposed Grace Mugabe Presidency, attacking her entourage right at the aerodrome where she arrived in the company of Harare youth leaders and bouncers. The attackers were reportedly supported from Harare by the likes of Harare South MP Shadreck Mashayamombe

According to The Zimbabwean ugly scenes of violence, defiance and open mutiny continued at Sakubva Stadium, with the youths claiming to be defending Zanu-PF administration secretary Didymus Mutasa and attacking their Harare counterparts with machetes.

Propping up Grace at her Mutare rally were hangers-on including Local Government Minister Ignatius Chombo, Information Minister Jonathan Moyo, Zanu PF Mashonaland West chairman Temba Mliswa, Patrick Zhuwawo and Phillip Chiyangwa.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 22:45 Read more...
 

Mwonzora Still in Race for MDC Secretary General

MwonzoraMDC Information and Publicity Secretary, Douglas Mwonzora has not withdrawn from the race for secretary general. He told changezimbabwe this morning that reports in the Financial Gazette that he had withdrawn were untrue.

He also said external assemblies were eligible to nominate standing committee candidates. Full statement below:

"There has been a ragging debate in the MDC regarding the status of external structures. Some have asserted that external structures have no full rights and therefore can not nominate national leaders. Others have argued to the contrary. The good thing is that people are debating freely.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 22:42 Read more...
 

Peace In MDC As Binga MP Stays Put and Mwonzora Withdraws

One of three MDC-T MPs said to have defected to Renewal, Dubeko Prince Sibanda, has denied doing so, saying in Bulawayo today that he has never harboured any ambitions of joining the so-called Renewal or any other political party.

He said that he never intended to attend the Press Conference that was convened by Sipepa Nkomo at his house at which the MP's were to defect and that those seeking to boost the flagging fortunes of Renewal were mudslinging against him. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 22:26 Read more...
 


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