There is no wish to alleviate the suffering of the people of Zimbabwe through a negotiated political processRuling Zimbabwe party accused of deception Feb 03, 2009
The meeting was unfortunately inconclusive because the issues that were supposed to be dealt with have since been referred to the negotiating teamsMugabe: Power-sharing deal humiliating Sep 19, 2008
That is why there couldn't be agreement and it's being referred back to the negotiatorsZimbabwe's unity deal in trouble Sep 18, 2008
Dialogue is not done with threats, arm-twisting and bully tactics. We shall not swallow the ZANU poisonMugabe to MDC: Join or be left out Sep 05, 2008
We still have to deal with a ban put in place nationally, which is making it difficult for us to campaignZimbabwean court OKs opposition rallies Jun 08, 2008
Nelson Chamisa (born February 28, 1978) is a Zimbabwean politician and member of the House of Assembly of Zimbabwe for Kuwadzana, Harare. His charismatic speeches and eloquence saw him rise to become the Secretary for Information and Publicity for the opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), and former national youth chairperson for that party.
Hon Chamisa is an articulate orator in his own right. Hon Chamisa is a former chairperson of the MDC Youth Assembly. He was elected MDC spokesman at the party Congress in June 2006.In April 2011 at the Party's congress in Bulawayo , he was elected as the Party's Organising secretary , a post which previously belonged to Elias Mudzuri. In Parliament, he is a member of the portfolio committees of Defence and Home Affairs, Public Accounts, Gender and Youth and Transport and Communications. He is also a member of the Local Government, Public Works & Urban Development and the African Caribbean and Pacific Parliament. He is a former secretary-general of the Zimbabwe National Students Union.
In 1998 he was dismissed from the Harare Polytechnic over trumped charges for inciting disorder in Chegutu, a town a few kilometres from Harare. Together with Josiah Patsanza, Munyaradzi Chindanya, Siyakha Mthunzi, they were reinstated after an appeal through the High Court.