The MDC-T infighting has reportedly spilled into council chambers amid reports of a plot to oust council committee chairpersons linked to a camp allegedly at odds with Bulawayo deputy mayor Gift Banda.
FORMER Sports minister and ex-Zanu PF Matabeleland South provincial chairman Andrew Langa must be cursing his political stars, as twice his fingers have been burnt by engaging in factionalism.
ZANU PF youths in Matabeleland North Province reportedly diverted two public buses heading to Hwange and Bulawayo, respectively and ordered the drivers to take their passengers to Manjolo Business Centre in Binga, where First Lady Grace Mugabe was to launch an irrigation project the following day, Southern Eye has learnt.
THE Tendai Biti-led People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s general council will next week convene in Bulawayo to wrap up some of its outstanding issues from its inaugural congress, before launching its two policy documents.
ZANU PF factional fights have spread to government projects, with rival factions allegedly deliberately sabotaging State-funded programmes to spite each other, a senior ruling party official has sensationally claimed.
POLITICAL analysts yesterday gave the thumps-up to former Education minister David Coltart’s assertion that white Zimbabweans had an equally crucial role to play in shaping the country’s politics just like other races.
HE newly-launched People’s Democratic Party (PDP) plans to take its policy documents — Holistic Programme for Economic Change (Hope) and Agenda for the Restoration and Rehabilitation of Electoral Sustainability (Arrest) — to the grassroots, as it is due to launch them in Bulawayo.
FORMER Education minister, David Coltart, has said the white community has a huge role to play in the country’s politics despite their public ridicule by President Robert Mugabe.
ZIMBABWE will keep sliding the economic drain, as politicians across the political divide are at best selfish, and pursue “individualism politics”, Gorden Moyo, the secretary-general of People’s Democratic Party (PDP), said on Thursday.
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has deferred his planned consultative meetings with Bulawayo residents which were scheduled for today, with government officials saying the Zanu PF politician had other pressing commitments.