Tag: ZimPF

Jabulani Sibanda divides ZimPF

Jabulani Sibanda divides ZimPF

The inclusion of former war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda in the opposition Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) party’s top leadership has reportedly stirred controversy, with some Bulawayo party members saying they were uncomfortable with his alleged past human rights abuses. According to the latest report produced by the Zimbabwe Peace Project […]

Mliswa challenges Mujuru on elections

Mliswa challenges Mujuru on elections

Former Hurungwe West MP Temba Mliswa has challenged former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s opposition Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) to start contesting by-elections if it was serious about making an impact on the political scene. Mliswa told a Press briefing in Harare yesterday that ZimPF risked becoming a stillbirth unless it showed […]

I do not fear you, Mujuru tells Mugabe

I do not fear you, Mujuru tells Mugabe

Former Vice President Joice Mujuru has laughed off what she says are “desperate attempts” by President Robert Mugabe’s deeply-divided Zanu PF to silence her and other opposition parties through the continued use of thuggish tactics. As the clock ticks inexorably towards what promises to be watershed national elections in 2018, […]

Ex-minister Mutezo ditches Zanu PF for Mujuru

Ex-minister Mutezo ditches Zanu PF for Mujuru

As internal strife continues to rip apart Zanu PF, former deputy minister of Energy Munacho Mutezo (pictured) has now officially left the burning governing party to join the fledgling Zimbabwe People First (ZPF) led by former Vice President Joice Mujuru. Since 2014 — when Zanu PF charged Mujuru with treason, […]