MDC Spokesperson Jacob Mafume has said that a High Court ruling nullifying the appointment of national executive members Nelson Chamisa and Engineer Elias Mudzuri as party co-vice presidents three years ago was an attempt by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to divert the opposition party from focusing on real issues.
Court Ruling on Chamisa 'Has Nothing to do with President'
New Zimbabwe, 10 May 2019
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has adopted a hands-off approach to key State institutions, including the judiciary, to allow for their independence and had no influence on a ruling… Read more »
Tsvangirai Violated Party Constitution, High Court Rules
New Zimbabwe, 9 May 2019
FORMER Prime Minister and the late MDC founding leader, Morgan Tsvangirai violated his party's governance charter, when he appointed then national executive members Nelson Chamisa… Read more »
Nelson Chamisa (file photo).
Mnangagwa Behind High Court Ruling Against Chamisa, Says MDC
New Zimbabwe, 8 May 2019
THE opposition MDC, has reacted angrily to a ruling by a High Court judge indicating current party leader Nelson Chamisa is illegitimate. Read more »
High Court Nullifies Chamisa Presidency
The Herald, 8 May 2019
The High Court has nullified the appointment of MDC-T national executive members Nelson Chamisa and Engineer Elias Mudzuri as party co-vice presidents three years ago. Read more »
Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is one nomination away from clinching an uncontested presidency when the MDC meets to elect a new leader. If the only province left nominates ... Read more »
The Movement For Democratic Change youth assembly for Harare has declared war on any party official who will dare challenge interim President Nelson Chamisa during the main ... Read more »
Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has called on ruling Zanu-PF leader President Emmerson Mnangagwa to agree to a power-sharing deal that will see the two leaders take separate ... Read more »
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