Army, police jam Harare

ARMED military and police officers yesterday cordoned off Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) headquarters and jammed streets in Harare to prevent a possible MDC Alliance protest over the commission’s move to exclude the opposition party from talks on electoral reforms. Zec yesterday left out the MDC Alliance from its provincial stakeholder meetings, with a leaked internal memo showing that it was taking orders from an unnamed external authority. The commission is holding discussions on, among other issues, the electoral concerns, the legal framework, the electoral cycle, voter registration, delimitation and the…

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List Of Pledges Mnangagwa Made In 2018

In the run-up to the 2018 elections, President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his ruling ZANU PF party made a number of pledges that gave the nation hope that they were to witness real transformation in the Southern African country. Mnangagwa’s pledge card stated that in the next five years (2018 -2023), he would: Put Job creation first: Leveraging the huge investment wave to create hundreds of thousands of jobs in agriculture, mining, tourism, the service sectors and new infrastructure project. Have Zero-tolerance to corruption: Anyone found guilty of corruption will be immediately fired…

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ED Completed 5 Out Of 238 Projects From 2018 Manifesto Campaign – Report

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has managed to fulfill only five projects from the 238 initiatives he pledged in his manifesto that he would implement after winning the 2018 presidential election. Mnangagwa narrowly won the election against MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa. During his election campaign, the President travelled across the country initiating various projects that committed he to implement once winning the election. He even called himself then; “Mr. Groundbreaking”. However, according to Sivio Institute, only five of the promised projects have been completed. There are close two years left to…

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