Has the military “comported to the dictates and mores of constitutionalism”? Senator David Coltart

Article source: David Coltart’s website Last night, amongst other things, Robert Mugabe said in his remarkable address, and I quote, “the Command element (the military) remained respectful, and comported to the dictates and mores of constitutionalism”. There is no doubt in my mind that Mugabe in that statement was trying to cleanse the military by […]
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Morgan Tsvangirai’s PM offer: Accept and sanitize a Zanu PF power project – reject and create a level playing field in 2018 polls

Rather than agreeing to be roped in to help create some credibility, international recognition and acceptance of a ZDF/Zanu PF concocted transitional authority for the country (and in the process, shoring up Zanu PF and restoring their advantage at next years elections), Zimbabwe’s opposition parties now have an opportunity to push for changes that may […]
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Govt avails 300t rice to encourage BVR uptake

Nqobile Tshili Bulawayo Bureau GOVERNMENT has availed 300 tonnes of rice to be awarded to districts that mobilise the most registrants under the ongoing Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) programme, a Cabinet Minister has said. The district that will register the highest number of voters in every province will receive 30 tonnes of rice. The Minister of Justice,…
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Editorial Comment: New Zimsec board must sweep clean

The new Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) board appointed last Friday should quickly come up with measures that ensure the restoration of confidence in local exams. While the previous board tried its best under the circumstances, it was the laxity in handling of examination papers that threatened the credibility of Zimsec. It had become a norm…
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