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Reasons why MDC-T legislators are objecting Constitutional Amendment Bill No. 1

By Staff Reporter

MDC-T legislators yesterday threw everything in and outside law books in a heated attempt to persuade Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to reconsider adoption of the topical Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill No.1. 387 more words

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Only credible elections can bring jobs: Khupe

By Daniel Chigundu

MDC-T Vice president and arguably one of the leading female opposition politicians in the country Thokozani Khupe says jobs can only come after the holding of undisputed elections. 377 more words

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Citizens express mixed feelings ahead of 2018 elections

By Tariro Daphne Senderayi

WITH close to a year before the country embarks on the crucial 2018 general elections, we conducted a random survey in the street of Harare’s Central Business District to gauge people’s mood towards the polls. 470 more words

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Saruwaka petitions Minister Gumbo over Mutasa Central roads

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MUTASA Central legislator Trevor Saruwaka has petitioned Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joram Gumbo over the poor state of roads in his constituency. 266 more words

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Gender parity in danger ...situation to get worse in 2023: Mudenda

By Daniel Chigundu

SPEAKER of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda has warned that female representation in Parliament is on the verge of falling if political parties do not align their constitutions with the country’s constitution on 50-50 representation. 428 more words

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Wipe your dirty panties on Mugabe’s picture, women urged

By Tariro Senderayi

MDC-N legislator and women’s rights advocate Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga has urged women to take off their panties and wipe them on President Robert Mugabe’s face on the ballot papers in 2018, as a way of waving him goodbye. 337 more words

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Too early to amend the constitution – Hon. Ndebele

By Buhle Tshavango

MAGWEGWE legislator Anele Ndebele says criticizing provisions of the new constitution and calling for its amendment just three years into its lifespan is too early. 434 more words

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