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Lessons learnt: Constitutional Court election petition
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Lessons learnt: Constitutional Court election petition

Following a Movement for Democratic Modify Alliance (MDC Alliance) innovator Nelson Chamisa’s election petition that was heard the other day at the Constitutional Courtroom, where he sought nullification of the June 30 usa president election results, quite a number of individuals where remaining enlightened about how exactly legislation works and the court procedures in general....

Mwonzora the right candidate to tave over from Chamisa
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Mwonzora the right candidate to tave over from Chamisa

ZANU PF has been charged of trying to sponsor divisions within the primary resistance MDC-T camp led by Nelson Chamisa by pressing his secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora to takeover party management. MDC-T secretary-general Douglas MwonzoraSpeaking at a Press meeting on Tuesday, Zimbabwe Nationwide Liberation War Veterans’ Organization (ZNLWVA) secretary-general and Zanu PF main committee associate Victor...

Asking fundamental questions
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Asking fundamental questions

Street markets or roadside food markets have remained a permanent feature in most developing countries. The fact that these markets continue to flourish alongside emerging shopping malls shows they occupy a unique position in commercial activities. Informal markets were previously designed for disadvantaged, low income households with ad hoc incomes who were considered not able...

Chamisa,the soldier who just joined the long list of other soldiers
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Chamisa,the soldier who just joined the long list of other soldiers

Nothing is peculiar in challenging a good election lead to a court of law as that has already been the tradition in numerous countries. Just a couple of instances suffice as good examples. In the 2000 United States of America  president election, losing Democratic Celebration applicant Al Gore challenged the result from the Conservative Party...

SADC Summit:A first without long serving statemen
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SADC Summit:A first without long serving statemen

No  matter how one would want to look at it, the annual summit of southern African leaders which begins tomorrow will be momentous in more ways than one. For the first time in history, none of the Founding Fathers of the Southern African Development Community (sadc) will participate during the 38th sadc Summit. sadc, formerly...

MDC’s loss propaganda
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MDC’s loss propaganda

An opinion poll conducted just a month before the election by Afro Barometer gave Mnangagwa a slim lead. This evidence was brushed aside. The response of Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)-Alliance, to the defeat of their presidential candidate suggests that its supporters might be victims of their own propaganda. Nelson...

Africans not lacking in technological developments
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Africans not lacking in technological developments

Veteran South African freedom fighter turned business mogul Tokyo Sexwale wrote in the August edition of New African that we are incapable of making even scooters in Africa; he is wrong. We are actually making cars from scratch. Why are we so keen to do ourselves down? Baffour Ankomah (above), writing for New African magazine,...

ED gets congratulatory messages from the world
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ED gets congratulatory messages from the world

The african continent and the developing globe yesterday endorsed President-elect Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory within the July 30 usa president elections and congratulated your pet for winning the contest. President Mnangagwa got 55, 8 pct of typically the total votes cast, conquering his closest rival Mister Nelson Chamisa who had been major a coalition of...

‘Zanu PF’s primary election  chaos may have been planned’
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‘Zanu PF’s primary election chaos may have been planned’

HARARE – Respected University of Zimbabwe politics expert, Eldred Masunungure, says the chaos that was witnessed during Zanu PF’s primary elections at the weekend may have been deliberately engineered in the interest of power brokers in the ruling party. At the same time, opposition parties and other observers have also warned that the shambolic scenes witnessed...

Mnangagwa ignores Zanu PF violence to talk of ‘democratic ethos’ – essence one caught in ‘legitimacy trap’
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Mnangagwa ignores Zanu PF violence to talk of ‘democratic ethos’ – essence one caught in ‘legitimacy trap’

“Zanu PF’s hotly-contested primary elections took place countrywide yesterday amid violent and chaotic scenes, as well as damaging allegations of bribery, favouritism and the imposition of candidates – prompting the ruling party to postpone the internal polls in many constituencies to today,” reported Daily News. “In Mashonaland Central, police made several arrests in Mazowe West...