By Christopher Makaza

MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa who usually blames the ruling party Zanu PF for violating the rule of law, has himself directed two of his party members, Zengeza East legislator Goodrich Chimbaira and Chitungwiza ward 15 councillor Jabulani Mtunzi to withdraw their case from the courts to protect the image of the party.

By John Sigauke

A senior official working for the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has bared details of how the civic society organisations had planned to stage a demonstration on the sidelines of the 39th SADC summit recently held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

By Rudo Saungweme

Government has expressed dissatisfaction over the Joint Local Statement issued yesterday by the Heads of Delegation of the European Union stating that the Mission’s statement fails to acknowledge that the High Court made a well-considered judgement on the legality of the demonstrations by the opposition MDC-Alliance.

By John Sigauke

The tussle for power between the MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa and his loud mouthed deputy continues unabated with the youthful leader introducing a plethora of standing orders to ring fence his position, The Harare Post has established.

By Tendai Matunhu

Disaffection towards the MDC youthful leader, Nelson Chamisa, within the MDC hierarchy continues to swell as members accuse him of dictatorial tendencies, incompetence, lack of vision and cluelessness among a myriad of alleged misdemeanours.

By John Sigauke in Namibia

Indications of economic stabilisation currently being witnessed in the country have distressed the MDC, which for a long time has been using the challenges as their trump card, a Namibian based economist has said.