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2023 recalls: A generation’s leadership opportunity lost

 Unfortunately, many of these young politicians were swiftly ousted by one of the most prominent figures in modern Zimbabwean politics, Sengezo Tshabangu.
By Unika Kombora Jul. 5, 2024

We obtained court order to evict Chamisa: Tshabangu

Tshabangu said they would discuss the matter further within their organs.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 25, 2024

Tshabangu camp celebrates party funds disbursement

A member of Tshabangu’s camp, Albert Mhlanga, said the disbursement of the funds was long overdue.
By Abigail Ncube Jun. 5, 2024

Ex-Zanu PF MP tears into colleagues

Geza called self-imposed CCC secretary general Sengezo Tshabangu a “political criminal” who should be arrested for subverting the will of the people.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 3, 2024

Tshabangu strikes again

Binga rural district councillors Noliya Dube and Julia Mumpande were recalled alongside Victoria Falls counterpart Maria Phiri.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 25, 2024

Zapu dismisses Tshabangu's unity talks claims

Tshabangu last week claimed that he spoke to Nkomo and his sister Thandiwe who agreed that he should carry on with the job their father left in the unity government.
By Silas Nkala May. 13, 2024

There is no opposition in Zim politics

Zanu PF and its government are running amok setting the agenda, controlling and shaping public narratives, and straddling the uncontested political communication space.
By Ntando Dumani May. 10, 2024

Tshabangu pushes for inclusive government

Mnangagwa recently denied ambitions to extend his term, but he has done little to caution his supporters against saying that he will be in office beyond 2028.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 5, 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