. With the formation of this transitional government, President Mugabe, Professor Mutambara and I have pledged, in the sight of God, to deliver the nation to a new political dispensation . . This is the debt we owe to our liberation heroes and our democratic movement heroes who paid the ultimate price so we could all live together free from fear, hunger, and poverty.
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Prime Minister's speech at the World Water day in Victoria Falls
Friday, 22 March 2013
Consistent provision of clean water to all citizens is one of the key result areas of the Government Work Programme.
We acknowledge the centrality of water in the country’s socio-economic development and have thus as Government supported initiatives to foster the development of the water sector.
Prime Minister's statement at the launch of National Water policy in Victoria Falls
Friday, 22 March 2013
Water is life and mechanisms to ensure its sector-wide distribution should be supported by progressive Zimbabweans.
There is significant complementarity between the World Water Day theme, International Year of Water Cooperation and the rationale of the National Water Policy in that the policy seeks to ensure coordination between and among various stakeholders in the water sector for purposes of optimum beneficiation.
Prime Minister Tsvangirai said in a speech read on his behalf by Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe.
The targeting of my Office is reprehensible and is meant to harass and intimidate the nation ahead of the election, now that we are done with the referendum. Prime Minister Tsvangirai said Monday while addressing journalists on the arrest of officials from his communications office on Sunday.
Prime Minister's statement on briefing with SADC observer mission
Saturday, 16 March 2013
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has urged SADC to consider convening a full SADC Summit after the holding of the referendum to focus on Zimbabwe and help to cement a roadmap to free, fair and credible elections.
Zimbabweans are determining their own destiny in today’s referendum as the country moves towards constitutionalism.
Speaking after casting his vote at Chaminuka Primary School, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said; “What is significant is that the people of Zimbabwe are not outsourcing their destiny to somebody else. We have defined this for ourselves and I hope it sets in a new political dispensation; from the culture of impunity to constitutionalism,” he said.