ZANU PF’s MNANGAGWA LED CABINET IS CLUELESS ON ISSUES OF GENDER

The recent Cabinet’s resolution to extend the Parliamentary Women’s Quota by 10 years was done in bad faith and must be condemned by all progressive forces in the struggle of women equality in Zimbabwe. Indeed, why is our country now going backward from the SADC call of 50/50 gender representation in parliament? Added to that; …

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Zimbabweans in the UK & Ireland march for Freedom, Democracy and Justice, 25th October 2019 #ItsNotSanctions

Zimbabweans in the UK from different civic organisations joined up on Friday, 25th October to send a message to SADC & Zanu-PF’s ‘no sanctions march’ and to remind them that ‘Its not Sanctions’ that have crippled Zimbabwe’s growth or development. The worsening situation in Zimbabwe today is a political crisis. The ED Mnangagwa administration which …

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Zimbabwe Supreme Court’s Attempting a Second Coup Against President Chamisa

The appeal at the Supreme Court in which the MDC is challenging an order of court requiring it to hold an extraordinary congress, has returned interesting new facts about the case. It reveals a globally unprecedented reality suggesting that the Junta-inspired government has captured the courts to safeguard its interests and that of its proxies. …

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MDC Vice President Lynette Karenyi-Kore at IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings 2019

Vice President Lynette Karenyi-Kore is attending the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings which are being held in Washington, D.C. from Monday, October 14, through Sunday, October 20. These are a series of different meetings. This is a great honour for the MDC to be recognised and welcomed to participate in these meetings.  There are also participants from …

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MDC POSITION ON THE STATE OF THE NATION AND WAY FORWARD

The Zimbabwean economy is in a deep crisis as manifested by a proliferation of unresolved deepening monetary, fiscal, social and political headaches which the illegitimate regime has clearly failed to arrest. The problem in Zimbabwe is a Confidence-cum-Legitimacy crisis. The recent SONA and the preceding RBZ ban on cash-in, cash-back and cash-out platforms are desperate …

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