WATCH LIVE as Gambakwe looks at the push by Chamisa to set up grassroots structures in Bulawayo. Chamisa’s foot soldiers have been criss crossing the country, talking to members.

The current efforts are aimed at directing members to exit the CCC structures.

Prince Dubeko Sibanda, gift Ostallos Siziba and Amos Chibaya have been leading the countrywide rallies.

Please see the video above this post for more details.

Key Events for today

1. Neville Mutsvangwa will appear in court today for his bail hearing.
2. Job Sikhala will be speaking at the Geneva summit for Human Rights and Democracy.


1. Chamisa has been building from the ground with grassroots structures.
2. Fresh elections and SADC are key items on the agenda.
3. Monica Mutsvangwa letter of dismissal is circulating.
4. Mutsvangwa and her husband have since fled Zimbabwe.
5. Zimbabwe to start issuing e-passports at its consulate in South Africa. Home affairs officials will issue the passports for two weeks while training consulate officials to take over the process.
6. ZIG Collapse – Bureau de change and forex wallet agents to be allowed to return. The next step that is left is to only allow cash to come out of the ATM.
7. Zimbabwe to start issuing e-passports in South Africa this week.
8. Job Sikhala has been out of Zimbabwe for over a month.
9. 312 room Meikles hotel in Zimbabwe is undergoing a USD30 million upgrade and will be rebranded as a Hyatt Regency hotel. The hotel was built in 2015.
10. Platinum Metals group prices have crashed affecting South African Platinum miner, Sibanye’s revenue.
11. The World Bank has Ethiopian announced Nathan Belete as the new the World Bank Country Director for Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Mr. Belete is an Ethiopian national and a development professional with over 25 years of work experience across Africa, East Asia, and South Asia. He was previously the World Bank’s Country Director for Cabo Verde, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritania, and Senegal, based in Dakar. Before joining the World Bank in 2000, he held various positions in Washington and throughout Africa with World Vision and UNICEF.


1. Chamisa taking an organised approach to setting up his new movement.
2. The new movement is not about positions.
3. Zimbabweans awaiting to see who will be in Chamisa’s leadership team.