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CCC candidates selection divides Byo

The sitting MP Phelela Masuku was disqualified alongside many others who were believed to have been part of the Dougals Mwonzora camp.
By Staff Reporter 8h ago

Mutambara backs Chamisa

Mutambara, however, warned that it would be difficult to change the status quo citing the unfair playing field which favours the ruling Zanu PF party.
By Blessed Mhlanga 8h ago

Epworth CCC supporters launch Yellow Wednesday

Speaking before the door-to-door campaign, Mhetu said the Yellow Wednesday initiative would run until voting day.
By Sydney Kawadza 8h ago

CCC activists caged 18 months

No medical affidavit was produced in court as evidence of the assault. And the Zanu PF T-shirt that was said to have been torn during the clashes was not presented as an exhibit. 
By Nqobizwe Thebe Jun. 8, 2023

CCC dismisses ‘leaked’ candidates list

This year’s election will be held on August 23, while the Nomination Court will sit on June 21.
By Staff Reporter and Stephen Chadenga Jun. 7, 2023

Tsvangirai’s bulletproof car gathers dust in police custody

The vehicle was donated to Tsvangirai by his South African friend Adrian Espag for use as he toured the country to drum up support ahead of the 2008 presidential poll.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 5, 2023

Village Rhapsody: E-waste: A growing concern in Zim

E-waste contains valuable metals such as copper, gold and silver, which can be recovered through recycling.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 4, 2023

CCC activists detained over violence

The five were not asked to plead and were remanded to Monday for bail application.
By Stephen Chadenga Jun. 4, 2023

Shock as Parly passes ‘Patriot Bill’

Many described it as one of the most undemocratic and repressive laws to be passed against the country’s citizens.