“We have not been told about this issue … and we don’t accept things like that,” said 93-year-old Zimbabwean leader.
Electoral commission vows not to be intimidated a week before the nationwide vote
About 15.3 percent of people 60 or older are living with HIV, says official of National Age Network of Zimbabwe, an organization that caters to older people's needs
' ... As a social democratic political party, the MDC will never, ever condone the creation of a Mugabe political dynasty or any other family dynasty for that matter."
The First Lady Grace Mugabe once again urged President Robert Mugabe to name a successor in order to stop factionalism crippling the ruling Zanu PF party.
'There is the issue that the president is going. I am not going ... The president is dying. I am not dying. I will have an ailment here and there but bodywise, all my internal organs ... very firm, very strong...'
The angry war veterans told journalists in Harare on Friday that Mrs. Mugabe’s utterances were treasonous and as a result she should be expelled from Zanu PF.
But a senior party official says, "... (Mugabe) has no say whatsoever. Anyone who wants to become president must submit his or her nomination. They stand up and say I want to lead this party ..."
'... The the signaling that begins to build trust between the people and their government actually leads people beginning to be agents in developing the economy ..."
Science is finally making headway in the war on AIDS, but proposed funding cuts could hamper the final blow
Opposition calls it a breach of democracy and separation of powers
Eleven percent of the 60 respondents out of 559 who saw the tweet, indicated that they were not sure about the presidential candidates' ill health.