While The Herald is reporting a power struggle in the MDC-Alliance - between its leader Nelson Chamisa and Tendai Biti - the former finance minister has come out to say that "the way forward is that Emmerson has to talk to Chamisa".
Biti - Chamisa Holds 'The Keys to This Country'
New Zimbabwe, 6 September 2018
Clueless President Emmerson Mnangagwa has no choice but to engage rival Nelson Chamisa if Zimbabwe is to be rescued from its present political and socio-economic mire, a senior… Read more »
Chamisa, Biti Fight Escalates
The Herald, 6 September 2018
Power struggles in MDC-Alliance between its leader Mr Nelson Chamisa and Mr Tendai Biti have escalated and are now playing out in the ongoing mayoral elections, it has emerged. Mr… Read more »
Court Okays Chamisa's Banned Kwekwe Rally
THE Bulawayo High Court Thursday overturned a police ban imposed last week on MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa's "thank you" rally which the losing presidential candidate in the… Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces a Herculean task as he comes under intense scrutiny on whether he can walk the talk during the next five years of his leadership. Zimbabweans ... Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is apparently looking to Britain for a solution to neutralise opposition leader Nelson Chamisa - and it will likely involve a constitutional amendment ... Read more »
Nelson Chamisa and Biti.
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