Alex Bell discusses the MDC-T’s newly launched plan for achieving ‘transformation’ in Zimbabwe. The party’s ‘Agenda for Real Transformation’ is being discussed at this weekend’s 8th Policy Conference in Harare.
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Alex Bell speaks to SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Simon Muchemwa, who travelled to Victoria Falls last week to see how far Zimbabwe’s preparations have come ahead of the August UN tourism conference there. He compares Zimbabwe’s readiness to that of Zambia’s, which is co-hosting the event.
Alex Bell hosts Reporters’ Forum and is joined by SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Lionel Saungweme who explains more about this year’s Zimbabwe International Trade Fair, underway in Bulawayo.
Alex Bell is joined by SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Simon Muchemwa who reports on the water woes the capital Harare faced this week. Muchemwa says more and more people are restoring to digging wells to access water, because the Council is failing to provide.
Alex Bell is joined by SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Simon Muchemwa who reports on the serious impact the ongoing political crisis is having on the health sector.
Alex Bell is joined by SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Lionel Saungweme, who reports on cases of ZANU PF infighting. He says this infighting has led to the resignation of ZANU PF officials in Mudzi North.
Alex Bell is joined by SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Lionel Saungweme to talk about the opinions of Zimbabweans across the poltiical divide, as the country heads towards general eelcitons later this year.
With a week to go until the referendum for a new constitution, SW Radio Africa’s correspondent Simon Muchemwa reports on the confusion surrounding the contents of the draft charter. He says the confusion means many people’s voting choices are being determined by politics, not what is best for the country.
Alex is joined by SW Radio Africa’s Bulawayo correspondent, Lionel Saungweme, who reports on the increased level of police intimidation in the city after a raid on the Radio Dialogue offices on Friday. Saungweme says the raid is part of a countrywide clampdown, which is he says is meant to intimidate the public ahead of elections.
Alex Bell and SW Radio Africa’s Bulawayo correspondent, Lionel Saungweme, report on the latest defections from the MDC led by Welshman Ncube to the MDC led by Morgan Tsvangirai. He gives the details of a letter written by two Bulilima councillors who announced their defection, saying “democratic forces need to close rank” ahead of elections this year.