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|Key Titles and Phrases||Count||Lang||Last Seen|
|democratic party spokesperson||9.96%||EN||11/02/201702/11/2017|
|democratic party spokesman||0.62%||EN||09/22/201722/09/2017|
|renewal team spokesperson||2.70%||EN||03/09/201509/03/2015|
|mdc team spokesperson||0.62%||EN||05/07/201407/05/2014|
|Harare City Council||2.10%|
|Harare City Council||0.0208|
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Bernard Manyenyeni said ( about Jacob Mafume ) : "Should the rumoured brutal recall (of mayor Jacob Mafume) succeed, for the first time in the history of the City of Harare we would have neither the mayor nor deputy; possibly no council committees and no chairmen of committees, no substantive executives," "Out of a total of 46 municipal wards, some 23 seats would be vacant - without elected councillors - courtesy of these political party recalls - bullets have been flying and hitting"
bulawayo24 Sunday, September 20, 2020 10:48:00 AM EAT
Douglas Mwonzora said ( about Jacob Mafume ) : “We also agreed that in terms of the MDC Alliance agreement, Mafume cannot be mayor. We, however, noted that we have no power to recall him although he was wrongly elected,”
dailynews-co-zw Saturday, September 19, 2020 4:27:00 PM EAT
Douglas Mwonzora said ( about Jacob Mafume ) : "We cannot recall a councillor who is not from our political party as what is the case with respect to Cllr Mafume. But one option is to challenge the election result by applying for its nullification, another option is to recall our councillors while another one is to leave it like that. We are still consulting with our lawyers,"
bulawayo24 Tuesday, September 8, 2020 8:43:00 AM EAT
insiderzim Friday, September 4, 2020 12:14:00 PM EAT
Simon Khaya Moyo said ( about Jacob Mafume ) : "It has absolutely nothing to do with Zanu-PF and its visionary leader Mnangagwa as insinuated by Mr Jacob Mafume, MDC spokesperson. It is clear from the papers in the courts that the applicant was an MDC member," "Zanu-PF is a too principled party with a revolutionary history to engage MDC shenanigans. President Mnangagwa is too preoccupied with matters of the economy as evidenced by the ‘Zimbabwe is open for business' mantra and Vision 2030. The MDC party has gone public to state that the party is facing serious financial challenges to hold a meaningful congress. Surely, Zanu-PF cannot be blamed for their state of affairs"
bulawayo24 Tuesday, May 21, 2019 9:15:00 AM EAT
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