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MDC Alliance MPs to Rope in Voters in Bid to Fight Expulsion

Sacked MDC Alliance MPs are planning to rope in voters in a pending class-action suit against parliament. The four senior party officials have also vowed to fight their controversial recall as individuals after the High Court ruled Friday their party had no locus standi to fight their cause. National Assembly …

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Zanu-PF Optimistic of 5 Million Members

By Wallace Ruzvidzo Zanu-PF remains confident of reaching the five million membership mark by 2023, despite the Covid-19 pandemic that has slowed down the movement of some of its programmes. The ruling party’s national Political Commissar, Cde Victor Matemadanda, told The Herald yesterday that they have not suspended party structures …

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Don’t Panic Over Rising Cases – WHO

By Paidamoyo Chipunza and Conrad Mupesa There is no need for Zimbabweans to panic over the spike in confirmed Covid-19 cases, but citizens must continue observing basic hygiene and social distancing recommended by public health experts, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. The lockdown will continue at Level 2, …

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Government Summons U.S. Envoy Over White House Comments

By Ranga Mataire The Zimbabwe Government has summoned American Ambassador Mr Brian Nichols to discuss claims made by a senior US official that Zimbabwe was one of several countries interfering in violent protests in the US. Violence has erupted across America after a white police officer killed a black man, …

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U.S. Taunts Pot Black Zimbabwe for Celebrating American Demos

By Robert Tapfumaneyi Zimbabwe is one of the three American adversaries gloating over the riotous situation sparked by last week’s police killing of a black American, a top American politician has said. Violence has erupted across America over the callous killing of George Floyd by a white policeman in Minneapolis, …

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