HARARE – The leader of the MDC-T Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, today said his party will not abandon the people’s struggle and remains committed to achieving real change and transformation, President Tsvangirai has said.
He made the call yesterday while welcoming 21 MDC activists who were acquitted last Thursday at the High Court where they were facing false charges of murdering a police officer in Glen View, Harare in 2011. [Read more...]Tweet
Opinion by Solomon Mwapangidza
With many people having got over the fact that Robert Mugabe will be president of the republic for the next five years, there is a growing chorus to the tune that Morgan Tsvangirai, after 14 years at the helm, must now step down as leader to allow the party to rejuvenate. [Read more...]Tweet
BY PATRICE MAKOVA:
MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai is mulling over a special congress for his party early next year in order to reinstate his legitimacy after losing the July 31 elections to President Robert Mugabe, it has emerged.