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Zimbabwe

Morgan Richard Tsvangirai

Date of Birth: 10 March 1954
Place of Birth: Gutu, Zimbabwe
Died: 14 February 2018


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Inside ZANU-PF's electoral coup

Former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's triumphalist eve-of-poll rally had convinced the capital that a change of regime was at hand so it was unprepared for President Robert Mugabe's win with 61% of the national vote with the Zimbabwe African National Union–Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) taking three quarters of the 210 parliamentary seats...


Fury follows calm elections

The stage is set for days perhaps weeks of confrontation following claims by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and local monitoring groups of extensive rigging in the 31 July elections...

However within hours of the close of voting on 31 July Morgan Tsvangirai announced that there had been ‘monumental fraud' in the elections...


Rushing and cheating

Careful not to offend sensibilities about age 61-year-old Morgan Tsvangirai has taken a more nuanced line...


Election fever and finance

That may not be enough to help Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's faction of the MDC which we hear is struggling to raise election campaign funds even at this late stage...


Mugabe wins voting day drama

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) initially saw the Southern African Development Community summit in Maputo on 15 June as a victory...


A change of register

In spite of all the chaos Premier Morgan Tsvangirai’s wing of the Movement for Democratic Change seems better prepared than many had feared...


Electoral roll on, roll off

This however owes more to the partisan zeal of his henchmen than to Morgan Tsvangirai’s wing of the Movement for Democratic Change...


A June meddling

President Robert Mugabe is insisting on general elections by 29 June when the present Parliament ends despite the objections of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai...


ZANU-PF wins the referendum

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change-T went lame in the final lap but is content with the second prize: hefty golden parachutes on leaving office...


Vote now, pay later

In Harare one local commander called out the riot squad to close a ‘Yes Campaign’ meeting to be addressed by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai before having to apologise lamely for a ‘communications breakdown’...


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