Blog Posts - Morgan Tsvangirai



7 Good Reasons Zimbabwe Votes for Mugabe

Barack Obama's recent visit to Africa was largely overshadowed by Madiba's poor health. Little did everyone but Wonkie know, that Obama met with Zimbabwe's freely elected dictator, Robert Mugabe, prior to Bob's election campaign launch. It was a secr...
by Wonkie Cartoons on Jul 12, 2013

What Zimbabwe Do YOU Want?

  All political power is inherent in the people. The Government is there for your protection, security, benefit and the public good. Should they fail this you have the power to make the next move . It is the your right and your responsibility to...
by 3rdLiberation on Jun 3, 2013

Dismay Grows in Zimbabwe as Underdog Party Tastes Good Life

As long-awaited elections approach, faith slips in Morgan Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change. …read more Source: The New York Times   ...
by Tropday on Apr 12, 2013

L’à-Côté de l’Actu (24 Octobre)

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Mugabe depends on diamonds for power

Zimbabwe’s leader, autonomy favourite Robert Mugabe, is struggling to adhere to energy even yet he has driven his once-prosperous nation to failure and a approach he’s doing it is offered diamonds many see as mined during gunpoint. Mugabe...

A Message from Zimbabwe – Sometimes Speech is Not Free

On November 2nd, in between getting off the train and going to the gym, I pulled up to my polling location, ran in, voted, and ran back to the car.  All told, the entire process took less than four minutes – 240 seconds for Democracy.  Imagine if...
by Communications 3.0 on Nov 15, 2010

Photos from the World’s Failed States

A horrifying photo essay from Foreign Policy about the world's most failed states. Postcards from Hell Life in Zimbabwe has undoubtedly gotten better since a power-sharing agreement between Robert Mugabe, who has ruled this southern African country...
by The Classic Liberal Blog on Jun 27, 2010

ZIMBABWEAN MP’S RUCKUS DISRUPTS CONFERENCE

Zimbabwean authorities abandoned a national constitution-making conference on Monday after chaos broke out among hundreds of rival delegates, witnesses said. The conference — to discuss how to write a new constitution under a unity government f...
by connectafrica on Jul 13, 2009

IMF REJECTS NEW AID FOR ZIMBABWE

The International Monetary Fund has told Zimbabwe that it will not provide the country with more funds until its existing $1bn debts are settled. Zimbabwe’s government estimates it will need $10bn (£6bn) of foreign aid to help rebuild its batt...
by connectafrica on Jul 3, 2009

ZIMBABWE GETS $950 MILLION CREDIT FROM CHINA

Zimbabwe has secured $950 million in credit lines from China to help rebuild the country’s economy, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Tuesday. Zimbabwe has appealed to the world for a “financial stimulus package” for its deva...
by connectafrica on Jun 30, 2009

ZIMBABWE GETS $950 MILLION CREDICT FROM CHINA

Zimbabwe has secured $950 million in credit lines from China to help rebuild the country’s economy, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Tuesday. Zimbabwe has appealed to the world for a “financial stimulus package” for its deva...
by connectafrica on Jun 30, 2009

MDC MINISTERS BOYCOTTED CABINET MEETING

Ministers from Zimbabwe’s ex-opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) have boycotted a cabinet meeting chaired by President Robert Mugabe. The meeting, usually held on a Tuesday, was brought forward as Mr Mugabe is off to Libya for an Af...
by connectafrica on Jun 30, 2009

ZIMBABWEAN ARMY ENGAGES IN ILLEGAL DIAMOND MINING

Lobby group Human Rights Watch has accused Zimbabwe’s army of using forced labour, including children, to mine diamonds in the east of the country. Local villagers who do not co-operate with the military are beaten and tortured, the US-based g...
by connectafrica on Jun 27, 2009

BRITAIN SAYS TOO EARLY TO LIFT ZIMBABWE SANCTIONS

Britain said on Friday it was too early to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the creation of a new unity government in its former colony. Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai arrives in Britain later on Friday on the final leg of a...
by connectafrica on Jun 19, 2009

ZIMBABWE TO GET $73M AID: OBAMA

President Barack Obama has announced $73m (£44m) in aid for Zimbabwe. The US president was speaking at the White House in Washington, where he met the visiting Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr Obama said he wanted to encourage the rule...
by connectafrica on Jun 13, 2009

DONORS SKEPTICAL ABOUT ZIMBABWE’S UNITY GOVERNMENT

Zimbabwe’s fragile unity government must work harder to convince donor countries that it can rescue the country from economic and political chaos, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Wednesday. Tsvangirai, on a tour of Europe and the Unite...
by connectafrica on Jun 11, 2009

ZIMBABWE’S TOP HUMAN RIGHT LAWYER ARRESTED

Zimbabwean police arrested a prominent human rights lawyer on Thursday, accusing him of defeating the course of justice, one of his lawyers said. The accused lawyer, Alec Muchadehama, was part of a legal team representing political activists facing t...
by connectafrica on May 14, 2009

POWER SHARING ISSUE THREATENS AID: TSVANGIRAI

Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Wednesday violations of a power-sharing deal with President Robert Mugabe were depriving the country of aid from Western donors pushing for democratic reforms. Old foes Tsvangirai and Mugabe formed a...
by connectafrica on May 14, 2009


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