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CCC ‘MPs’ invade rural Chikomba

Zinhumwe told NewsDay that the legislators visited the constituency in support of his philanthropic work in the area.
By Jairos Saunyama Jun. 25, 2024

Has Chamisa learnt from his mistakes?

Chamisa still has potential to be the leader of the first successful opposition, only if he has learnt from the hard knocks of his two failures.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 20, 2024

Chivayo’s Zec tender miffs Chamisa

Zanu PF youths said they were not happy that Chivayo was abusing his proximity to the President and called for an investigation into his conduct.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 14, 2024

Zimbabwe needs you, stand up and be counted

The opposition must be a coming together of the bold, virtuous and visionary among us and not a congregation of the brave, inept and unprincipled.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 13, 2024
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Mnangagwa’s Zambia gaffe draws scorn

Zanu PF accused Hichilema of bankrolling Citizens Coalition for Change’s then leader Nelson Chamisa, who was Mnangagwa’s main challenger in the polls.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 9, 2024

Chamisa should move on: Analysts

The former Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader has been pinning hopes on Sadc after he rejected the August 2023 elections as rigged in favour of Zanu PF.
By Brent Shamu May. 30, 2024

CCC names shadow Cabinet

The CCC had refused to accept the 2023 election results saying they were rigged.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 25, 2024

Zim electorate compound Zanu PF’s mounting right-to-rule dilemma

In the meantime, the face which had been viewed as offering hope for a better political future for Zimbabwe, Nelson Chamisa is sustaining his political crusade on social media.
By Nelson Chenga May. 6, 2024

We’ll not wait for 2028: Chamisa

Speaking on his newly-launched Chamisa News Channel, Chamisa said he was not going to wait for the 2028 elections to fix the problems that are bedevilling the country.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 30, 2024