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July 17, 2018 2:41 PM MPOI to unveil latest presidential opinion poll

The Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) — a nonprofit, nongovernmental research organisation — will on Friday reveal its final findings how people intend to vote in the crunch July 30 vote. Zimbabwe is heading for a presidential, parliamentary and municipal vote — that will be the first since Robert Mugabe was forced to resign in November after a coup — pitting 46

June 13, 2018 5:44 PM Religious leaders hold sway over politicians

A recent survey by the Mass Public Opinion Institute (Mpoi) and Afrobarometer has revealed that most Zimbabweans trust religious leaders and place the military and police ahead of politicians although they say the two agencies must stay out of politics. According to the survey 67 percent of people interviewed trust religious leaders, 55 percent the army, 50 percent 43

May 12, 2017 11:02 PM Dr, eh, Toendepi Shonhe is star of the week!

Doctor Toendepi Shonhe, that sounds a tad uneasy, doesn’t it? Well, for those that have known the man – a former director-general at MDC-T – over the years, it does not roll well on the tongue: but, ladies and gentlemen, Toendepi Shonhe is a full PhD! He read at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and he graduated just a couple of weeks ago. The academic 14

May 9, 2017 3:30 AM We will trounce Mugabe: Opposition parties

THE optimistic opposition has rubbished findings of a research conducted by a local think-tank that their approval ratings within the voting population has plummeted, while President Robert Mugabe’s popularity has surged, saying only next year’s elections will disprove the findings. The survey, released last week, was conducted by the Mass Public Opinion 7

January 20, 2017 8:38 PM The Inaugural Parade kicks off with a military band performance for President Donald Trump

The Inaugural Parade is underway in Washington, DC, celebrating the swearing-in of President Donald Trump. Trump delivered a populist rallying call to Americans who felt left behind enough to send a non-politician to do the most powerful job on earth, after he was sworn in Friday as America's 45th president. Trump promised 'America first' would become 28 2

September 25, 2016 12:20 PM Donald Trump’s Week of Misrepresentations, Exaggerations and Half-Truths

POLITICO fact-checked both candidates for a week. This is what we found. As August ended, a new Donald Trump emerged. Coached by his third campaign management team, he stayed on message, read from a teleprompter, and focused on policy. It lasted about a month. After he lied on Sept. 16 that he was not the person responsible for the birtherism campaign 8

August 2, 2016 3:10 AM Land reform 'aim to ruin MDC financiers'

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe did not order the violent and chaotic land reforms to empower Zimbabwe’s majority poor but to destroy the financial backers of the then newly formed and formidable opposition MDC party. The charge was made by a senior official in the Zimbabwe People First, ZimPF party which was established by former vice president Joice Mujuru 8

July 2, 2016 4:29 AM Unpaid soldiers to guns on Mugabe: MDC-T

THE country’s worsening economic crisis, if not contained, will likely see President Robert Mugabe suffer an ignominious exit from power and run out of the country by soldiers he is failing to pay, the MDC-T party has warned. Zimbabwe’s economic misery has lately seen the emergency serious cash shortages with the government’s plan mitigate the problem 23

November 29, 2015 5:49 AM Chinese leader’s visit a PR gimmick, MDC-T

“LET’S patiently wait for the good news,” Chinese Ambassador Huang Ping told a press conference in Harare Friday. Chinese President Xi Jinping is due in Harare on December 1 at the invitation of President Robert Mugabe who is keen to see so-called mega deals he discussed in Beijing last August implemented to help lift the country’s struggling economy 11

November 9, 2015 5:26 PM Russian media take climate cue from skeptical Putin

Wildfires crackled across Siberia this summer, turning skies ochre and sending up enough smoke from burning pines to blot out satellite views of the 400-mile-long Lake Baikal. To many climate scientists, the worsening fires are a consequence of Siberia’s getting hotter, the carbon unleashed from its burning forests and tundra only adding to man-made 3