Member of Parliament for the MDC-T formation, Jesse Majome, says her Harare West constituency and many other areas in the country are tense. Majome tells Marvelous Mhlanga Nyahuye of VOA's Zimbabwe Service that she was unable to attend crucial meetings due to closures.
The statement by General Constantino Chiwenga "which was not signed, and which did not represent the rest of the command element, suggests treasonable conduct on his part as this was meant to incite insurrection and violent challenge to the Constitutional Order.”
Opposition leader of the National People's Party, Joice Mujuru, who was replaced by dumped Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa when she was expelled from Zanu PF, says she is willing to team up with Mnangagwa to get rid of President Mugabe and his Zanu PF party.
Director of the Africa Programme at International Commission of Jurists, Arnold Tsunga says the African Commission on Humand Rights looks at the situation of human rights defenders on the continent and hear it from civil society that have observer status.
Duduzile Sibanda, spokesperson of the five-member a'capella group, Nobuntu, says they have received an overwhelming response from American fans during public performances. The group is on a six-week USA tour. Duduzile speaks with VOA Studio 7's Gibbs Dube about this tour.
Chairperson Justice Rita Makarau of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission says Zimbabwean can use many households items as proof of residence in order to have their names entered into a new voters roll being compiled under the Biometric Voter Registration Program. She speaks with Blessing Zulu .