ZAPU

‘Dont be drawn into Zanu PF dogfights’

‘Dont be drawn into Zanu PF dogfights’

OPPOSITION Zapu leader Dumiso Dabengwa has called on disgruntled war veterans to refuse to be dragged into ruling Zanu PF’s dogfights, lest the country plunges into civil unrest.

Zapu youth leaders in horrific accident

Zapu youth leaders in horrific accident

TWO Zapu youth leaders were involved in a horrific car accident in Bulawayo on Saturday night as they were coming from a membership recruitment exercise in Matobo North.

Zapu confirms ‘talks’ with People First

Zapu confirms ‘talks’ with People First

ZAPU regional spokesperson Iphuthile Maphosa has confirmed that his party has held informal unification talks with the Zanu PF breakaway outfit, People First, as part of efforts to build a strong coalition to challenge the ruling Zanu PF party in the 2018 elections.
Maphosa said similar efforts to engage the MDCs had come to naught.

The struggle continues: Zapu

The struggle continues: Zapu

THE Zimbabwe African People’s Union (Zapu) took part in the general or “harmonized elections” of 2013 after a long absence from the electoral scene as an independent force.

Lessons from June 10 by-elections

Lessons from June 10 by-elections

The Zimbabwe African People’s Union (Zapu) took part in the general or “harmonized elections” of 2013 after a long absence from the electoral scene as an independent force.

Mugabe stifling ambitions

Mugabe stifling ambitions

Ambitions play a catalytic role in the developmental gradient of humans. In Zimbabwean politics expressing political ambitions is sometimes an anathema.

‘Succession politics fuelling Mphoko, Mnangagwa feud’

‘Succession politics fuelling Mphoko, Mnangagwa feud’

The reported unease between President Robert Mugabe’s two deputies, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko, is being fuelled by the unresolved succession politics in Zanu PF, analysts have said.

From Karigamombe to Africa Unity Square

From Karigamombe to Africa Unity Square

The NewsDay of May 9 2015 carried an article: Harare Councillors Agree To Erect Nkomo Statue At Africa Unity Square.

Zanu PF accused of foul play

Zanu PF accused of foul play

ZANU PF youths in Makokoba high-density suburb, Bulawayo, have been accused of defacing and removing campaign posters of independent candidates vying for the parliamentary seats ahead of the June 10 by-elections.

‘Dabengwa most likely to brew shocker’

‘Dabengwa most likely to brew shocker’

POLITICAL analysts have tipped the Dumiso Dabengwa-led Zapu to brew a shocker in next month’s by-elections in Bulawayo, as it is widely viewed as a better alternative by the electorate.

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