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NewsDay cartoon 25 April, 2024 edition

NewsDay cartoon 25 April, 2024 edition
By The Watcher 9h ago

Chamisa lashes out at Mnangagwa over speech

In an interview with The Standard yesterday, Chamisa accused Mnangagwa of failing to speak on issues that were affecting ordinary people on a daily basis.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 21, 2024

CCC Bulawayo meets after Chamisa’s departure

The other co-president, Tendai Biti, has since quit opposition politics under unclear circumstances saying he intended to take a sabbatical.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 16, 2024

Let’s talk to solve currency crisis: Chamisa

“Political change of the current leadership is required, not currency,” Chamisa said.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 8, 2024

Corruption Watch: Has Chamisa been bought?

Will Chamisa be able to come back and make a good mark on the landscape of Zimbabwean opposition politics once again?
By Tawanda Majoni Apr. 7, 2024

Cry of a Zimbabwean youth

I write to you today 13 days before the 44th independence celebrations for our country, expressing grave concern on the political, economic and social situations in our country.
By Milton K Gwamuri Apr. 5, 2024

Stampede for posts in new Chamisa inspired movement

Chamisa’s  close allies led by Amos Chibaya and Gift Siziba, however,  have been mobilising for support on his behalf under a political outfit dubbed the Blue Movement.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 31, 2024

CCC hara-kiri

Two Harare MPs Fadzayi Mahere (Mt Pleasant) and Allan Rusty Markham (Harare East) duly resigned from Parliament.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Mar. 30, 2024

Chamisa’s new 'party' takes shape

Chamisa’s proxies, former legislators Amos Chibaya and Gift Ostallos Siziba, have been addressing district meetings across the country to mobilise support for Chamisa.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 10, 2024