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High Court suspends 5 Binga by-elections

The seats fell vacant after councillors aligned to Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa were recalled by the Douglas Mwonzora-led MDC Alliance party.
By Staff Reporter Dec. 3, 2022

Gweru cllrs grant ED freedom of city

Three months ago, CCC councillors unanimously resolved that there was nothing positive that Mnangagwa had done for the Midlands capital to deserve the honour.
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 30, 2022

Mwonzora outfoxes rivals for MDC-A presidency

 In a statement, the party confirmed Mwonzora as MDC Alliance’s sole presidential candidate for next year’s polls.
By Blessed Mhlanga and Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 21, 2022

Interview: ‘MDC is too broke to hold an elective congress’

The issue of strength in numbers must be referred to those that have chosen to leave the party that sponsored them into Parliament and form a new party.
By Taurai Mangudhla Nov. 14, 2022

Is opposition ready for 2023 elections?

First is the ideology question. The opposition has repeatedly campaigned on a vague populist platform. Simply opposing the incumbent is not an ideology.
By Innocent Mpoki Nov. 9, 2022

Mwonzora recalls 3 Gweru, 2 Vic Falls cllrs

MDC-A recalled six Binga Rural District councillors on similar allegations. Meanwhile, women in the Midlands province have called for peace in the country ahead of the 2023 polls.

MDC-T ‘burns’ ahead of elective congress

Party sources said Komichi had initially eyed the party presidency and pushed for an early congress, but back-tracked on his plans fearing defeat to party leader Douglas Mwonzora.
By Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 1, 2022

Komichi, Mwonzora differ on way forward

Komichi said Mnangagwa’s government had shown lack of desire to engage in meaningful dialogue with opposition party leaders.
By Blessed Mhlanga and Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 27, 2022

I will definitely win 2023 elections: Mwonzora

Mwonzora described himself as the only leader capable of rescuing Zimbabweans from the ruling party's bondage and solve the economic problems that have rocked the country since the late 90s.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Aug. 31, 2022