ZANU-PFZimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front
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He joined ZANU-PF and was known as an ardent Mugabe supporter.
Harare [Zimbabwe], December 23 ( ANI ): Former Zimbabwe Defense Forces commander Constantino Chiwenga has been appointed as the new vice president of the ruling party ZANU-PF.
Mnangagwa, 75, who fled from Zimbabwe in fear of his safety after being sacked this month, could be sworn in as president later on Wednesday or on Thursday and is likely to lead ZANU-PF into elections next year.
ZANU-PF has the largest number of seats in Zimbabwe's parliament by far, so the two-thirds majority needed to oust the president shouldn't be a problem.
HARARE: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe Sunday defied his own ZANU-PF party and hundreds of thousands of protesters demanding his resignation by pledging in a television address to preside over the party's next congress in December.
ZANU-PF chief whip Lovemore Matuke told Reuters the party's members of parliament would meet at 1230 GMT to start mapping out Mugabe's impeachment.
Bratton posits that ZANU-PF authoritarianism, which burgeoned in the 2000s, was transmitted into the PG with negative consequences for the governance and democratic goals which the GPA sought to achieve.
A clear mandate for a reformist regime following the December ZANU-PF conference presents upside risks to our 2015 real GDP growth forecast of 2.
Indeed, much-needed foreign investment will remain at bay owing to the nationalistic policies of the ZANU-PF dominated government.
7 percent, extending Monday's 11 percent slide, as investors on the $5 billion Harare bourse digested the extent of the ZANU-PF win, which puts it in position to enact laws and change the constitution at will.
The stock market slump is the clearest sign yet of how jittery the business community is about ZANU-PF, whose economic policy platform centres on the "indigenisation" of foreign-owned companies - essentially forcing them to cede majority control to local blacks.
ZANU-PF and its allies in the army and police went into over-drive, killing or 'disappearing' hundreds of MDC members, and Tsvangirai pulled out of the second round of the election.