MAKOKOBA legislator Gorden Moyo will officially cross the floor from the main opposition MDC-T to the renewal team when he is unveiled at the breakaway faction launch of its philosophy and agenda at the Large City Hall tomorrow.
FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday apologised to the National Assembly for breaching Parliament’s Standing Rules and Orders and the Constitution when he attempted to smuggle in a supplementary budget as part of his mid-term fiscal policy statement announced last week.
FORMER MDC Bulawayo spokesperson Edwin Ndlovu has reportedly ditched the MDC-T for the renewal team fronted by former Finance minister and secretary-general Tendai Biti, a few months after joining Morgan Tsvangirai’s formation.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has described late veteran opposition politcian Fletcher Dulini Ncube as a hero.
MDC-T Bulawayo provincial organising secretary Albert Mhlanga says the party’s deputy president Thokozani Khupe and deputy national organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe are “big headed”, as the infighting in the opposition party escalates.
AS intra-party chaos intensifies in the crisis-ridden opposition MDC-T, violence erupted at the party’s Bulawayo provincial offices over the weekend resulting in members laying assault charges against each other.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai said his party had adopted a confrontational approach and was geared to take President Robert Mugabe’s government head-on through street protests after the Zanu PF spurned his party’s call for dialogue to rescue the economy.
Zanu PF youths led by politburo member Edison Chakanyuka and Gokwe-Nembudziya MP Justice Mayor Wadyajena say they have launched a campaign for First Lady Grace Mugabe to land a post in the presidium following her recent political and academic achievements.
One of the MDC founders and a veteran of the opposition movement in Zimbabwe, Fletcher Dulini Ncube, has died.
TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu on Wednesday defended the pasting of First Lady Grace Mugabe’s pictures on Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco) buses saying advertisers were free to place their adverts where they saw fit.