Chamisa blames govt over cyclone deaths

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By Fungi Kwaramba Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, believes that government could have prevented the loss of lives in Manicaland and Masvingo if it had evacuated people well before these areas were hit by Tropical Cyclone Idai. Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) President Nelson Chamisa has taken a dig at his counterpart President Emmerson Mnangagwa charging that Robert Mugabe’s successor must not have left the country in the midst of Cyclone Idai a couple of days ago. More than 300 people are feared dead after winds of up to…

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I will only go to State House for my swearing in ceremony: Chamisa

I will only go to State House for my swearing in ceremony: Chamisa 2

On Mar 19, 2019 25,460 0 By Upenyu Chaota MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has once again slammed the door on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s calls for national dialogue saying he will only go to the state house for his swearing in ceremony not to dialogue with someone whom he says he floored in the July 30 polls. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and President Emmerson Mnangagwa Chamisa said Mnangagwa had no right to set the conditions for dialogue because he did not get the mandate from the people but is where he…

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“You Are Getting It Wrong” : Chamisa tells Mnangagwa – PICTURES and VIDEOS

“You Are Getting It Wrong” : Chamisa tells Mnangagwa – PICTURES and VIDEOS 3

By Jensen Stephen | Nehanda Radio | Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) President Nelson Chamisa has taken a dig at his counterpart President Emmerson Mnangagwa charging that Robert Mugabe’s successor must not have left the country in the midst of Cyclone Idai a couple of days ago. Tanganda Halt Bridge on the Tanganda River swept away by the Cyclone Idai Speaking to Nehanda TV after touring the ravaged areas and having interfaced with some victims, Chamisa fired shots on Mnangagwa’s Arab world trip calling it “unnecessary” and a…

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Chamisa gives Masvingo mayor one week to resign…. says “we need discipline in our party”

Chamisa gives Masvingo mayor one week to resign…. says “we need discipline in our party” 4

Last updated Mar 18, 2019 46,805 9 By Upenyu Chaota | Zim Morning Post | MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has given mayor Collen Maboke a one week ultimatum to resign or face expulsion from the party. President of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Nelson Chamisa Speaking before a provincial council meeting here on Saturday, Chamisa said indiscipline will never be tolerated and anyone who is found wanting will be dealt with accordingly. “We need discipline in our party. We cannot let people run around doing whatever they want…

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MDC won’t split again: Chamisa

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MDC leader Nelson Chamisa BY BLESSED MHLANGA/TATENDA CHITAGU MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed warnings that the party’s May elective congress was divisive that it could lead to another split. Chamisa, who cancelled a rally scheduled for Bulawayo at the weekend, heads to Masvingo today where he is expected to drum up support ahead of the crunch congress. The youthful leader, facing the ultimate test of his political carreer said if anything, the party founded by the late Morgan Tsvangirai would emerge stronger after congress. “There is jostling for posts…

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Chamisa goads ED’s supporters

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By Fungi Kwaramba In remarks that are certain to provoke a strong reaction from President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s supporters, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has come to the defence of the country’s ousted former president, Robert Mugabe, saying those persecuting him should leave him alone, the Daily News can report. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and President Emmerson Mnangagwa This comes as the increasingly frail 95-year-old — who ruled Zimbabwe with an iron fist for nearly four decades before he was ousted from power through a stunning military coup in November 2017 —…

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Chamisa stuns big wigs. . . as he pushes for a woman to be one of his VPs

Chamisa stuns big wigs. . . as he pushes for a woman to be one of his VPs 8

By Mugove Tafirenyika Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has set the cat among the pigeons in his party, after he recently suggested that one of the MDC’s three posts of vice president should be reserved for a woman, the Daily News can report. MDC president Nelson Chamisa This has agitated some of his ambitious lieutenants who intend to go for the posts when the country’s main opposition gathers at its elective congress in May — as their chances of falling by the wayside have just gone a notch up. This comes…

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Clash of titans looms in MDC . . . all eyes on Chamisa, Mwonzora, Mudzuri

Clash of titans looms in MDC . . . all eyes on Chamisa, Mwonzora, Mudzuri 9

By Mugove Tafirenyika Jostling for positions in the MDC ahead of the May 22 congress has reached a critical juncture. Vital battlegrounds such as Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare and Masvingo have been turned into ‘war zones’ of intense political contestation for positions. Elias Mudzuri and Nelson Chamisa Nominations for the do-or-die congress are in later this month, taking the country’s largest opposition party into a crucial phase which means different things to various constituencies making up the party. For the supporters of MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, the upcoming elective congress is…

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‘Subversion charge used to cripple opposition’

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Legislator Joanna Mamombe was making a presentation at a parliamentary workshop in Nyanga when a team of about eight officers came to arrest her. Joana Mamombe The officers claimed to be from Harare Central Police Station’s notorious Law and Order Section and arrived driving a spanking new Toyota Fortuner registration number ACI 4582. The Harare West MDC Member of Parliament had been in Nyanga for parliamentary business since February 24. The night before, another security services team had visited Mamombe’s parents’ home in the working-class suburb of Glen Norah in…

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Chamisa fears MDC Alliance split

Chamisa fears MDC Alliance split 11

By Fungi Kwaramba Ahead of the MDC Alliance’s 5th congress, the party’s president Nelson Chamisa has sensationally claimed that Zanu PF is working around the clock to ensure that the country’s biggest opposition movement splits into two. MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa (centre) and Tendai Biti (Alliance principal) (centre) and Amos Chibaya (Organising Secretary) – right. This comes as senior officials in Zanu PF have openly declared interest in the opposition party’s impending congress to be held later next month. Related Articles Chamisa is likely to face his secretary general…

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