Friday 17 August 2018
Contact US    |    Archive
herald
29 days ago

Majority wants status quo: Survey

THE majority of Zimbabweans are expressing confidence in President Mnangagwa’s administration and are becoming more sympathetic to the ruling Zanu-PF, just two weeks before general elections, a survey has established.

Read on the original site


هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

We can believe it?

- thezimbabwean

Equities rise post-elections

- thezimbabwemail

ZEC website back online

- thezimbabwemail

Mystery baby haunts family

- thezimbabwemail

Pupils fight over blesser

- thezimbabwemail

Chivayo remanded in custody

- thezimbabwemail

Zi a blessed nation

- bulawayo24

Who is in charge?

- bulawayo24

Sex vendor found dead

- bulawayo24

Electoral petitions

- bulawayo24
Hashtags:   

Majority

 | 

wants

 | 

status

 | 

quo

 | 

Survey

 | 
Linyama kicked out

Linyama kicked out

- nehandaradio
Most Popular (6 hours)

Linyama kicked out

- nehandaradio

Banks in bid to raise US$200m 

- zimbabwesituation

Nedbank in Zim for long haul

- ebusinessweekly

Siblings jailed 80yrs

- nehandaradio

Linyama kicked out

- zimbabwe-today

Most Popular (24 hours)

SA rand plunges

- zimbabwe-today

Police in massive transfers

- zimbabwe-today

Blow for Chamisa

- zimbabwesituation

Bomb smugglers denied bail

- zimbabwesituation

Big blow for Chamisa

- bulawayo24

Most Popular (a week)

Zanu PF steals MDC data?

- nehandaradio

Another Coup Imminent In Zimbabwe

- thezimbabwenewslive

SA rand plunges

- zimbabwe-today