MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangiarai in trouble for appointing two vice presidents.
Zimbabwe’s war veterans of the 1970s say they will continue to back their leader Christopher Mutsvangwa, who was recently recalled from parliament by President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party following his attacks on a faction of the party alleged to be trying to pave the way for First Lady Grace Mugabe to succeed the aged president.
The International Labor Organization, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and Employers Confederation of Zimbabwe today piled pressure on President Robert Mugabe’s government to address economic problems facing the country to ensure that Zimbabwean workers are not exposed to human trafficking.
And this evening we will be also focusing on the role of social media and the messaging application, WhatsApp, in coordinating protests in Zimbabwe. Can such media be used as a tool for political transformation in Zimbabwe?
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This evening on Livetalk our hosts of the Women’s Round Table will be talking with listeners about protests over the deteriorating economic situation in Zimbabwe and related issues. What are your views on this issue?
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