MDC push for talks with ED to end economic turmoil

HARARE - Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and one of his key lieutenants, MDC national vice chairperson Tendai Biti, have called for political dialogue with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to end the country's economic turmoil, which they say is impoverishing Zimbabweans. 

 

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Comments (18)

Biti and Chamisa urged the USA to continue with economic sanctions against Zimbabwe last November year. Can these two hypocrites announce to the world that they now regret that call for sanctions and that their actions were unpatriotic.

Ndiani Ndiani - 28 November 2018

@ndiyani ndiyani...zvobatsireyi zvawanyora. at least what these gentlemen are suggesting if implimented will yeild results. vanhu vakaita sewe havasi bhoo because munoratidza kuti munofamba negodo kuti boyz dzechinja dzikaisa musoro zvinhu zvoita bhoo zanu yoshorwa more but i can tell yu kuti if things are fixed the actual winner is you and me so shut up and see right things

Tatanga - 28 November 2018

the two called for sanctions and we want those sanctions to go. anyway its good that the two now want talks haikona zvekupaparika zvavayiita kudhara.

Sama - 28 November 2018

Simple. That's the modest thing for you to do. Handiti ndimi makazvidira jecha, little did you know that madira masupporters enyu jecha. Look madhiri adhakwa.

Samanyemba - 28 November 2018

And Lets not forget Professor Ncube is sorting the economy, That's why these two now want to be involved now.

Mu - 28 November 2018

You are damn right Tatanga. these days we work with evidence can Ndiyani ndiyani give us evidence of these guys asking for sanctions if you don't have keep your stinking mouth shut you are so brainwashed that you listen propaganda instead of reality too much when Bob was ousted they said we are targeting criminals around him where are the criminals right now he said everyone invested money out of the country must bring it back where is that money right now who have ever convicted about the corruption nothing yet how long does it take to arrest a criminal but only take some minutes to decide who caused the violence of 1 August

Innocent - 28 November 2018

Perm Sec is also a banker by the way. itai basa vakomana

Mu - 28 November 2018

Simple. That's the modest thing for you to do. Handiti ndimi makazvidira jecha, little did you know that madira masupporters enyu jecha. Look madhiri adhakwa.

Samanyemba - 28 November 2018

You called for sanctions so that we suffer let us suffer so that you will get into power through our suffering God will help us.

DAVID - 28 November 2018

Chamisa, Mbiti, Chirimupoto Komichi & the Whindis, kungozvonyongoka zvonongoka se SHATO, but mavara ndomamwe chete!! Ma thank you rallies akamirira pa Mutoko. Now back to the hub of goons! Ndozvavaiita ku Poly, kupwanya ma tafura ne ma hwindo nekuita ruzha, vapedza vozvirova dundundu, hanzi matiwona here pa TV!!

Will Blackman - 28 November 2018

Professor Ncube loves inflation. Am really surprised. Cu Bono? First the 2 % tax and the re-classification of accounts sent inflation rocket high. Now his budget increased fuel and diesel prices to stoke inflation further. Who really benefits ...the Zanu Pf big wigs who owe millions to banks enjoy inflation since it diminishes their debts. Is Prof reading from a prepared scrip? Otherwise this does not make sense.

New Dispensation - 28 November 2018

A few days ago MDC-A legislators refused to acknowledge Mnangagwa in parliament. They said he is illegitimate, Now engagement with Mnangagwa, as what! ...leader of Zanu OR leader of government!! And if Mnangagwa does not engage with you, then back to "mammoth demonstration OR rioting" and "thank you" rallies!!!

Will Blackman - 28 November 2018

Vana Chamisa vari kungovhara.why are they not focus on improving Service Delivery in urban areas where they are in control if they are that good.NdiChamisa ari kudavo kuwana chekuita takamirira the next elections.

Adam - 28 November 2018

Haiwawo, nobody called for sanctions for the record, the zanu pf old,clueless,evil , greedy and incompetant administration caused all the havoc that the nation is facing , and it is very selfish in the sense that it is failing to humble itself to pass on the button to new ,fresh, young and vibrant ideas to run the country and Zim gets back to its glory days. at this moment Zim does not need proffesors to be rescusciteted , it simply needs common sense, that is Zanu pf must step aside and give room for other new ideas, it has dismally failed and it will never ever succced in getting back Zim to glory daes ,unless they humble themselves and respect the will of the masses,

kudzanai - 28 November 2018

Confused cockroaches! Hezvo vakange vatomhanya ku Zambia! Now there is a possibility of 1 year and 5 year jail sentences! HAMENO IKOKO!!!

Will Blackman - 28 November 2018

Chamisa talks about democracy in the morning and in the afternoon he fights all democratically elected urban mayors and their deputies. What is he thinking now about Kambarami in Bulawayo? He failed to dislodge him.

Ndiani Ndiani - 28 November 2018

It is naive to think that Finance Minister Ncube is fixing the economy, he unfortunately is trying from a wrong base/basket - zanupf has had many economic blue-prints high sounding but achieving the same result - failure - since 1980. Mthuli's current TSP is no different to the much hyped ZIMASSET which has since been relegated to the dustbin as it achieved nothing but further plumeting of the economy.

Sinyo - 28 November 2018

Fellow Zimbabweans i want to applaud and urge all parties to dialogue for the sake of the long suffering masses of Zimbabwe. Why we should not forget who said what who did what the rare opportunity for talks should be the only way forward for progress. We have all the minerals, the weather, the tourist resources, the human resources rich land. Its about time we moved forward bickering and name calling will not bring food on the table. ED and company take note of what Biti and Nelson show maturity and bring the younger guys to the table and thrash out whatever is causing disharmony.

Kambiri - 28 November 2018

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