by Tawanda Musariri

President Mnangagwa, who is also the Commander-In-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces, (ZDF) today, (14 August 2018), praised the uniformed forces for their sterling efforts in civil-military engagements at home and broad. The President was speaking at the National Sports Stadium in Harare to mark the 38th anniversary of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces.

by Bernard Mutambudzi

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that Government is spearheading the programme of developing war Heritage Museums across the country.  Speaking today at the 38th Zimbabwe National Heroes Day Celebrations, President Mangagwa said it is high time those museums are built across the country in memory of the gallant sons and daughters who died for the liberation of the country.

by Bruce Zvandasara

Addressing a crowd of thousands of electric people at the National Heroes Acre in commemoration of gallant sons and daughters who fought in the liberation struggle, President Mnangagwa has urged political parties to thwart personal interests that threaten to disturb the peace which prevails in the country but to uphold peace and tranquility in pursuing national interests.

by Gift Mashoko

Following MDC Alliance (MDC-A) leader Nelson Chamisa’s court application on Friday 10 August 2018, at the Constitutional Court, which led to the cancelation of President-elect Cde ED Mnangagwa’s inauguration, there has been a lot of talk and speculation about the issue, with some MDC Alliance members saying that Chamisa should accept the Presidential election result as pronounced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) and allow the country to move on and rebuild.

by Patience Rashai

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa, has filed his papers with the Constitutional Court (Con-Court) challenging the election result in which he lost to Zanu-PF leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa.

by Nobleman Runyanga

Zimbabweans from all walks of life have roundly condemned the MDC Alliance partner, Tendai Biti for announcing the alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa as the 2018 Presidential winner in contravention of the law, inciting post-poll violence and playing victim by attempting to illegally flee to Zambia on Wednesday.