By Elijah Chihota

When people vote for a political party or politician they expect so much from that act including respect. However, the MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa chose to discard that template and poured scorn on his supporters and those who voted for him.

By Nobleman Runyanga

This week last year Zimbabwe went through the epoch-making Operation Restore Legacy which culminated in the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe on 21 November and the ascension of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to power on 24 November 2018 to see through the former’s term of office which was set to expire in July this year.

From Special Correspondent

Recently MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa was in the news for branding his supporters who partook in the 1 August 2018 demonstrations as being stupid.

By Nobleman Runyanga

On Tuesday, this week, Parliament had to adjourn prematurely following ZANU legislators’ objection to the MDC-T Chamisa faction Dangamvura-Chikanga legislator, Prosper Mutseyami’s mischievous claim that his faction leader, Nelson Chamisa received over two million votes and that it was a blatant lie that President Emmerson Mnangagwa  chalked up more than a million voters.

By Anesu Pedzisayi

It does not come as a surprise that the oral evidence being presented to the Commission of Inquiry into the 1 August violence is revealing that MDC Alliance had a great influence to the unfolding events of the ill-fated day. The violence from that day continue to be regrettable, as innocent lives were lost. Accordingly, those responsible for the violence should be held accountable as lawlessness should not be condoned.

By Elijah Chihota

Following the death of the MDC founding leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, in February this year and the drubbing the party received at the hands of ZANU PF during the 30 July 2018 harmonised elections, the party has been behaving as a shepherdless sheep. The situation was worsened by the current party leader, Nelson Chamisa who grabbed power in a mafia style.

By Caitlin Kamba

Mark Twain once said ‘it is easier to fool people than convince them that they are being fooled’ and that is exactly the process a section of Zimbabweans are going through as MDC leader Nelson Chamisa tries every trick in the book to remain relevant in the country’s political circles.

By Mapozho Saruchera

I still remember watching a live broadcast of the beginning of the inversion of Iraq by the United States of America, Britain and several coalition allies on 20 March 2003.  As bombs exploded, I thought to myself – how many people, who have nothing to do with the differences between the then US President, George W. Bush and former Iraq Leader, Saddam Hussein, were dying at that moment?

by Nobleman Runyanga

The MDC Alliance (MDC A), leader, Nelson Chamisa was defeated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa during the 30 July both in the ballot booth and at the Constitutional Court on 24 August.