UZA mourns the passing of His Excellency Dr. Hage G. Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia. As a dedicated member of the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO),
UZA will not participate in the December 9 by-elections in Zimbabwe. We do not recognise them as legitimate due to the unconstitutional and undemocratic recall of the elected representatives.
UZA hoped the appointment of President Mnangagwa's cabinet would demonstrate an efforts to turn around the economy. Instead, the newly appointed cabinet falls short in a number of respects.
UZA is disappointed with the manner in which the 2023 harmonized elections were conducted. We are concerned by several issues regarding elections administration & the conduct of some political parties
UZA will invest in employment creation and ensure the provision of decent work for all as well as the protection of the welfare and rights of all workers. Our party will craft policies and invest in
The new fees gazetted by ZEC are designed to disenfranchise our young people, the elderly, the poor as well as the independent candidates. The fees are segregatory and they will shut out the majority
UZA appreciates and thanks our servicemen and women for their sacrifice, service and bravery and for their daily commitment to serve and protect our nation.
UZA applauds the bravery, patriotism and sacrifice made by Zimbabwe’s heroes and heroines in the liberation struggle which saw our beautiful nation attain its independence on April 18 1980.
The Mid Term Review came at a time when the economy was grappling from run away inflation and black market exchange rates. The foreign exchange market has serious distortions and structural and instit
The United Zimbabwe Alliance joins Zimbabwe and the rest of the African continent and the World in commemorating Africa Day. This is an important day on our calendar, as it provides us an opportunity
The United Zimbabwe Alliance joins the rest of the nation and the bereaved families in mourning the death of four kombi passengers who died in Mutare on Wednesday morning.
On this Workers’ Day, UZA pledges to implement policies that prioritise the plight and wellbeing of workers in Zimbabwe.