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Lovemore Moyo

Date of Birth: 29/-1/1965
Place of Birth: Kezi


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Parting gifts

On 11 June, while donating information technology equipment to Parliament, Xin told Lovemore Moyo, the MDC Speaker of the House of Assembly, Edna Madzongwe, the Zanu-PF Senate President, and assembled guests that Chinese business people worried about Mugabe’s push for elections this year, which they felt could slip into chaos...


Zanu-PF fails to oust Speaker

The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front’s attempt to get Simon Khaya Moyo elected as Speaker of Parliament failed on 30 March when the former Speaker, Lovemore Moyo of the Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai, unexpectedly prevailed...

ZANU-PF had wanted to insert a loyalist in his stead but Lovemore Moyo won by 105 votes to 93...


The Speaker's chair

The Speaker’s chair is vacant following a successful campaign by ZANU-PF spin doctor Jonathan Moyo to get the Supreme Court to set aside the 2009 election of MDC National Chairman Lovemore Moyo...


Three men in a boat

Khupe has lost much of her former popularity; National Chairman and Speaker Lovemore Moyo has distanced himself from her...


The MDC line-up

The Speaker of Parliament and Party Chairman, Lovemore Moyo, controls the Lower House and is a former combatant from Matebeleland, which helps the ethnic balance...

Tsvangirai had wanted Abdenico Bhebe to head the Ministry of Water Affairs but dropped him because he belongs to Arthur Mutambara's MDC group; Bhebe had rallied parliamentarians from his party to back Tsvangirai's MDC National Chairman Lovemore Moyo as Speaker, resulting in the loss of their own candidate, Paul Themba Nyathi...


A three-legged race

The election as Speaker of MDC-T Chairman Lovemore Moyo has been challenged by the independent member of parliament Jonathan Moyo, who says that the voting should have been secret...

Lovemore Moyo might not win a second vote...


Political theatre

This also helped to disguise the fact that a few Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front members of parliament, including at least one ex-minister, had voted for Tsvangirai’s man, Lovemore Moyo...


Mnangagwa's second coming

He spoke on behalf of Mugabe and ZANU-PF when he congratulated MDC Chairman Lovemore Moyo on being elected Speaker...


The opposition line-up

The key officials in MDC-Tsvangirai are Tendai Biti, Secretary-General and member of parliament for Harare North-east; Thokozani Khupe, Vice-President and MP for Makokoba; Lovemore Moyo, National Chairman and MP for Matobo; Nelson Chamisa, MDC spokesman and MP for Kuwadzana; Eddie Cross, MDC Policy Coordinator General and MP for Bulawayo South; and Roy Bennett, MDC Treasurer General and former MP for Chimanimani...


Unmoved movers

The one former political detainee is Lovemore Moyo...


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