Khupe on war path

BULAWAYO - Thokozani Khupe, newly-elected leader of the breakaway MDC faction, yesterday said she has no regrets for cutting ties with Nelson Chamisa, whom she accused of hijacking the labour-backed party.

As had been widely expected, Khupe was elected leader of the breakaway faction at an extraordinary congress of the party held in the second city yesterday.

Obert Gutu, Harare lawyer Nixon Nyikadzino and Abedinico Bhebhe were elected vice president, secretary-general and national chair respectively.


Comments (7)

mixing information what is this

elias nyamuranga - 22 April 2018

An agenda for Zimbabweans in the diaspora - your voice can still be heard, your vote can still make an impact. Each one of us must engage our families back home, discuss the options at family level and agree that one family member must carry a proxy vote - a vote in place of and on behalf of the diasporans disenfranchised by the old and new dispensation. DIASPORANS MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD. IWE NENI TINEBASA. ZIMBABWE NDEYEDU.

Diaspora Proxy Vote Strategy - 22 April 2018

ndatozvishayawo unprofressionalism at its best

jimmy - 22 April 2018

Diaspora Proxy Vote strategy - How does it work?

Mblezh - 23 April 2018

kapepa kanorowa musombo chete aka! maybe they wanted to write just a snippet & ask us to buy a copy for the full has become the norm!

SaManyika Chaiye - 23 April 2018

Sick work. someone must step down at Daily Nonsense. My children read newspapers, and what do they learn from this shoddy work?

mtshayisa - 23 April 2018

nxa ndochii ichochi. dont tell me someone will receive a full salary at the end of the month achiita madhokororo akadai

RTK - 23 April 2018

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