Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has denied claims that he promised former first lady Grace Mugabe a vice presidential post in exchange for her support in his bid to form a new government. Addressing his supporters at a rally, Chamisa accused Zimbabwe's ruling party of misleading the public and tormenting the Mugabe family.
Opposition's Chamisa Denies Offering Grace Mugabe Post of Vice President
New Zimbabwe, 9 July 2018
MDC Alliance presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa has rubbished continued State media claims he has promised former First Lady Grace Mugabe a Vice President post in exchange for… Read more »
Former president Robert Mugabe and former first lady Grace Mugabe (file photo).
Grace Mugabe's Return Divides Tense MDC
CAJ News, 9 July 2018
REPORTS about the beleaguered former first lady, Grace Mugabe, joining the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance are dividing the party and sending panic among… Read more »
Grace Mugabe Loses Mazowe Dam, Citrus
Zimbabwe Independent, 6 July 2018
Former first lady Grace Mugabe's unbridled ambition to build a vast business empire in the scenic Mazowe area of Mashonaland Central province has suffered a major setback after the… Read more »
Twenty-three presidential candidates have thrown their hats into the ring, but the serious contest is expected to be between incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa and young opposition lead Read more »
Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa met former president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, where they agreed on a 20-member Cabinet ... Read more »
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