Former Zimbabwe Speaker Forms Political Party

Former Zimbabwe Speaker of Parliament Lovemore Moyo, who was also the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai national chairman until only a few weeks ago, has formed his own political party- the United Movement for Devolution.

Moyo who broke ranks over the succession of Morgan Tsvangirai, who died in February, had indicated that he was quitting politics and resigned from the MDC-T just before his colleagues Thokozani Khupe, Abednigo Bhebhe and Obert Gutu were expelled.

There were 112 registered political parties in Zimbabwe at the last count.

Moyo told the Sunday News that his party will initially anchor itself in the Matebeleland provinces of Matebeleland North and South and Bulawayo and valued the devolution of power.

He said the party will support any of its members that contests the coming elections.

Former Zimbabwe Speaker Forms Political Party

Former Zimbabwe Speaker of Parliament Lovemore Moyo, who was also the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai national chairman until only a few weeks ago, has formed his own political party- the United Movement for Devolution.

Moyo who broke ranks over the succession of Morgan Tsvangirai, who died in February, had indicated that he was quitting politics and resigned from the MDC-T just before his colleagues Thokozani Khupe, Abednigo Bhebhe and Obert Gutu were expelled.

There were 112 registered political parties in Zimbabwe at the last count.

Moyo told the Sunday News that his party will initially anchor itself in the Matebeleland provinces of Matebeleland North and South and Bulawayo and valued the devolution of power.

He said the party will support any of its members that contests the coming elections.

Former Zimbabwe Speaker Forms Political Party

Former Zimbabwe Speaker of Parliament Lovemore Moyo, who was also the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai national chairman until only a few weeks ago, has formed his own political party- the United Movement for Devolution.

Moyo who broke ranks over the succession of Morgan Tsvangirai, who died in February, had indicated that he was quitting politics and resigned from the MDC-T just before his colleagues Thokozani Khupe, Abednigo Bhebhe and Obert Gutu were expelled.

There were 112 registered political parties in Zimbabwe at the last count.

Moyo told the Sunday News that his party will initially anchor itself in the Matebeleland provinces of Matebeleland North and South and Bulawayo and valued the devolution of power.

He said the party will support any of its members that contests the coming elections.

Mnangagwa signs special postcard, stamp

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s just ended visit to China will remain imprinted for decades to come after he signed a special postcard and stamp which will be sold with the original one being kept at the museum in China.

President Mnangagwa’s visit to China has been described as historic as it elevated Zimbabwe’s relations from bilateral to all encompassing comprehensive strategic partnership and cooperation.

To seal this special visit and new found relation, President Mnangagwa had to sign a symbolic postcard and stamp which will be sold in China while the original postcard will be kept in the museum.

The President’s message on the special postcard reads, “I and the people of Zimbabwe greatly appreciate the escalation of the relations from the level of all weather friendship to the highest order of comprehensive strategic partnership and cooperation. H.E ED Mnangagwa, President of Zimbabwe”.

The card will go on sale as a souvenir to remind the populace of the visit by Cde Mnangagwa.