IF he had his way, Nelson Chamisa said on Wednesday, he would not have participated in an election without his demanded reforms. But as “a leader who is democratic”, he yielded to the people, including traditional leaders, war veterans, serving...
Politicians lie. They will lie about their achievements, and lie about their promises. They have studied us. They know what we want to hear; we warm to hopeful and positive messages, and we hate painful truths. So they lie. And how...
By Sharon Mupfure When Emmerson Mnangagwa was inaugurated in November, many people around me were over the top in their hope. I was really sceptical. I have changed over time. The funny thing is that those that were over the top...
By Perry Munzwembiri If there ever was any doubt about the exact nature of the state Robert Mugabe - deposed in what has become known as a military assisted transition back in November 2017 - bequeathed us, then the events...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is the winner of the 2018 election, the Zimbabwe Election Commission (ZEC) declared Thursday night. Mnangagwa won 50.8 percent of the vote, narrowly avoiding a run-off. The ZANU-PF leader won 2 460 463 votes, narrowly beating Nelson Chamisa,...
Has the MDC Alliance accepted the outcome of the Constitutional Court ruling or not? There is confusion over the party's reaction to the Court ruling after it released two sharply contradictory statements within hours of each other, suggesting possible discord...
BINDURA - MAIN opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa of the MDC Alliance played up his ‘endorsement’ by former President Robert Mugabe as he made a foray into a province that has long been a bastion of ZANU-PF. In the 2013 elections,...
PAN-African research project Afrobarometer’s latest poll on the July 30 general election, released on Friday, shows a tight race between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his main challenger, Nelson Chamisa. The poll, conducted roughly a month before the general election using...
The United Nations has raised concern over increasing reports of voter intimidation and the abuse of female candidates ahead of Zimbabwe election, but says there has been a widening of freedoms during the campaign. Parties must accept the poll outcome...
MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa does not have data from a fifth of the nearly 11,000 polling stations used in the July 30 election, his spokesman said on Monday, as the opposition group prepares to challenge the results...
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