President Mnangagwa Says He's Speaking With Chamisa
A day after protests on the streets of Harare turned deadly, President Emmerson Mnangagwa says he is "in communication" with opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa, who had claimed victory in the country's first elections since Robert Mugabe resigned. The announcement came as unconfirmed reports of the release of presidential election results started circulating.
263Chat, 2 August 2018
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said he is in communication with MDC Alliance Presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa to diffuse the volatile situation in the country saying the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Presidential Results Out By Lunchtime
263Chat, 1 August 2018
Our sources inside the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) have conveyed authentic information to 263Chat alerting us that the impatiently awaited Presidential Election Poll… Read more »
Namibia Economist, 2 August 2018
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New Zimbabwe, 2 August 2018
HOME Affairs minister Obert Mpofu warned Wednesday night that "action will be taken" after violence rocked central Harare after it was confirmed that the ruling Zanu PF… Read more »
Protesters in Harare burnt ZANU-PF posters.
MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has thanked Zimbabweans for their support in an announcement that says "we have won the popular vote" - made soon after the ... Read more »