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President Emmerson Mnanangwa

‘Govt Must Provide Food For Lockdown Affected Citizens’

Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD0 leader, Herbert Chamuka has challenged the government to provide food assistance to citizens affected by the second COVID-19 lockdown. The government last week announced a 30-day lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus which has surged incredibly in Zimbabwe with more than 700 cases being recorded on a daily […]

Full Text: Mnangagwa’s Christmas Message To Zimbabweans

President Emmerson Mnangagwa Tuesday applauded Zimbabweans for remaining focused in 2020, a year that was hugely disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed millions of lives across the globe. Zimbabwe has recorded 12 544 confirmed cases, including 10 159 recoveries and 326 deaths. In his message, Mnangagwa said he was optimistic for a better […]

‘I Need 200 Days To Make Zimbabwe Work’ Declares Opposition Leader

Opposition party leader, Herbet Chamuka, of Ideas Party Of Democracy (IPD), says his party will only need 200 working days to solve the country’s problems if elected to the presidency in the 2023 elections. The South African based politician told 263Chat recently that Zimbabwe’s challenges need a consented effort from all political leaders and citizens […]

What Should Biden’s Election Mean for Zimbabwe?

With the US election over and Joseph R. Biden the victor, Biden should make human rights a priority of his upcoming presidency, at home and abroad. Biden has pledged to prioritize human rights in his foreign policy. Governments across the globe, including Zimbabwe, are also contemplating the implications of a Biden administration for their countries. On […]

The Elders Call For People Led National Dialogue

Chairperson of The Elders, an independent group of world leaders, Mary Robinson has called on Zimbabwe to formulate national dialogue led by citizens in order to rebuild the country while upholding the rule of law. Robinson made the remarks during the Third National Citizens Convention currently underway organized by the Citizens Manifesto. In her remarks, […]

Rushwaya Case Rattles First Family

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s family is not stopping at anything to clear its name from the the gold smuggling scandal involving former Zimbabwe Miners Federation President Henrietta Rushwaya. This followed a police report which claimed that one of the accused persons Gift Karanda told them that the yellow metal in Rushwaya’s possession belonged to the First […]

Children’s Amendment Bill Must Be Passed Quickly-ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has decried the high prevalence of abuse and violence against children and called on for the immediate amendment of the Children’s Bill. In his state of the nation address during the official opening of the third session of the ninth Parliament  Mnangagwa urged the lower to speed up the Bill. “The prevalence […]

Mangwana Warns Graduates Against Calling For Sanctions

Government spokesperson, Nick Mangwana Monday said unemployed graduates need to stop inviting sanctions from the Western powers if they are to realize dreams of acquiring jobs as the economic embargoes limit job creation. Zimbabwe has been on the USA and European Union sanctions list since the early 2000s after the highly disputed land reform program […]

President Mnangagwa Unveils Zim Cricket Tourism Campaign

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has officially launched a promotional campaign spearheaded by Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) aimed at boosting the country’s tourism. ZC is working on the project in partnership with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority. The initiative, unveiled on Tuesday evening at a colourful event held at the State House in Harare, is expected to leverage on […]

“Zim Must End The Politics Of Abductions”

Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) Director, Jestina Mukoko has called on the government to excise restraint and end abductions and torture of Civil Society and opposition leaders to enhance democracy. Mukoko, a victim of abductions and torture during the late President Robert Mugabe’s era told 263Chat recently most Zimbabweans have become too afraid to voice put […]