[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has reportedly demanded the axing of Vice Presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi in a list of demands he has reportedly placed before President Emmerson Mnangagwa before he could accept the latter as President.
[New Zimbabwe] Pamela Kanjedzana, 45, and her snuff container attracted the attention of NewZimbabwe.com photojournalists with her energetic if unpolished dancing during president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s inauguration on Sunday.
[The Herald] British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday hailed President Mnangagwa for his clear vision for Zimbabwe and commended him for pledging to set up a commission of inquiry into the violence that rocked Harare on August 1.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose electoral victory is being challenged in Zimbabwean courts, on Friday told his SADC peers he was elected cleanly in an election in which all his challengers were allowed to campaign freely.
[New Zimbabwe] The inauguration of president-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa has been delayed amid a court challenge to his election victory, officials confirmed Friday.
[Zimbabwe Independent] The simmering political power struggle between President Emmerson Mnangagwa – currently ruling under military tutelage after coming in last November through a coup – and his co-deputy retired General Constantino Chiwenga over the unresolved Zanu PF leadership issue after the overthrow of former president Robert Mugabe has now exploded into the public domain.
[The Herald] Vice President Dr Constantino Chiwenga arrived here yesterday as a special envoy of President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa, and will also attend the 2018 edition of International Army Games, which end today.
[The Herald] MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday filed his election petition at the Constitutional Court challenging President Mnangagwa’s victory in the July 30 harmonised elections.
[Deutsche Welle] Almost a week after elections, Zimbabweans have begun mourning the dead and praying for peace as they brace themselves for more political wrangling in the week to come.
[New Zimbabwe] “My opponent is neither the first nor the last political figure to stretch his CV. This is a consequence of holding such high party office when still a relative political novice. That, at least, is plain for all to see.”