Tag: Zanu-PF

Zimbabwe

Ramaphosa calls Zanu-PF’s bluff

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has waded into a potentially explosive diplomatic tiff between Zanu PF and the ANC over threats by Zanu PF to “leak a bombshell” that would expose and embarrass South Africa’s ruling party. Ramaphosa has come out guns blazing, daring Zanu PF’s director of information Tafadzwa […]

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Mwonzora dives into the arms of Zanu-PF, gets kiss of death from Mnangagwa

Newly elected MDC-T president, Douglas Mwonzora has received gushing endorsement from President Emmerson Mnangagwa, raising serious questions about the party’s standing as a genuine opposition committed to dismantling Zanu-PF’s four decades stranglehold on state power. In tweets posted on his @edmnangagwa handle, the Zanu-PF leader welcomed Mwonzora’s pledge to transform […]

Opinion, Uncategorized, Zimbabwe

Why Gen. Mujuru thought E.D was unfit to succeed Mugabe

Oxford historian, Prof Miles Tendi says the late national hero dismissed Mnangagwa’s liberation struggle credentials as meagre University of Oxford professor of history and African politics, Prof Miles Tendi, has given four reasons why the late General Solomon Mujuru did not want President Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed the late former […]