Morgan Tsvangirai, (born March 10, 1952, Gutu, Southern Rhodesia [now Zimbabwe]—died February 14, 2018, Johannesburg, South Africa), Zimbabwean opposition leader and trade union activist known for his dissent against the policies of Zimbabwe’s longtime president Robert Mugabe.
[Zim Diaspora] - Last week, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) led by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai ran battles with the police in Matabeleland North province when they banned their three rallies that were scheduled to be held in Lupane, Binga and Victoria Fall.
[Zim Diaspora] - The incident came as regional mediators wound up a visit to Harare aimed at easing tensions in Zimbabwe's two-year coalition. Mugabe formed a shaky coalition government with former opposition Morgan Tsvangirai in after disputed elections in
[Africasia] - "I think it was absolutely wrong to allow the Marange diamonds to be sold," Edward Cross, a member of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC party, told AFP. "I have evidence that the value and volumes of Marange diamonds are being underestimated and
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Zimbabwe police on Tuesday raided Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC party headquarters, fired tear gas at staff and beat up people in the central business district, according to witnesses. Police "blocked Harvest House (MDC headquarters) staff
From the day I was born, there has always existed a huge disconnect between the stories often told by the elite and those I hear from ordinary people about our country although we live in the places; and witness the same events around us. - Remarks at the launch of his book – At the Deep End
Morgan Tsvangirai, impirimbanyi ya politiki utavugaga rumwe n'ubutegetsi bw'ishyaka ZANU-PF riyoboye Zimbabwe igihe kirekire, yitabye Imana aguye mu bitaro byo muri Afurika y'Epfo kuri uyu wa Gatatu, tariki ya 14 Gashyantare Tsvangirai wavutse ku wa 10 Werurwe mu 1952, yamamaye mu ishyaka rye rya MDC ...
by Shaun Groves Why not recognize Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai for his successful standoff with the dictator President Mugabe? Or how about Fr. Christopher Hartley for his battle against American sugar companies and their virtual ...