Political Reporter

Zengeza West legislator and Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) interim Deputy National Chairperson, Job Sikhala has denied ever writing letters from prison, throwing his personal spokesperson, Freddy Michael Masarirevhu under the bus, accusing him of using his incarceration to gain relevance.

 ….as Mwonzora suspends 7 senior members

Political Reporter

Fissures have widened within MDC-T with that party leader, Douglas Mwonzora suspending seven leaders for fanning factionalism and colluding with forces hostile to the party.

Political Reporter

The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) is set to hold its inaugural elective congress in March, this year with Nelson Chamisa expected to appoint national and provincial leaders, the Harare Post can reveal.

….as local business people welcome Turkey-Zim direct flights

Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe and Turkey continue to strengthen their bilateral ties as well as possibilities of establishing a direct flight between the two countries.

Taurai Masamba

Some Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) members in Mutasa North Constituency in Mutasa District have expressed displeasure with their party leader, Nelson Chamisa’s dictatorial tendencies. The CCC members are accusing the opposition political party leader of outlawing internal democracy processes such as an elective congress, a constitution and primary elections.

Taurai Masamba

Some Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) members in Mutasa North Constituency in Mutasa District have expressed displeasure with their party leader, Nelson Chamisa’s dictatorial tendencies. The CCC members are accusing the opposition political party leader of outlawing internal democracy processes such as an elective congress, a constitution and primary elections.

Political Reporter

There is intense jostling for parliamentary slots within Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) ahead of the 2023 plebiscite with Nelson Chamisa being accused of pitting the Johnny-come-lately against senior party members.

… As they self-finance their farming projects

Agricultural Reporter

Agricultural analysts have hailed the new Zimbabwean farmers for having come of age, following their self-funding of the 2022/23 farming season, which has witnessed more cropping hectarage compared to the hectarage under the funded schemes.