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MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora says the main opposition and its allies were ready to defy any military attempts to block them from forming the next ... coup on November 17, also told the British media recently that the military backed government will not cling on to power. – News Zimbabwe ...

And for the first time, the opposition parties were invited by President Emerson Mnangagwa's government to be present at the celebrations. Despite the Independence Day being a national event, the country's ruling Zimbabwe Africa National Union Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) supporters came donning their ...
The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) formation led by Nelson Chamisa has recalled former Deputy Prime Minister and MDC-T vice president Thokozani Khupe from parliament, claiming that she is no longer a member of the opposition party. But a furious Khupe says she has hired an attorney to ...
The National Patriotic Front (NPF) linked to ousted former president Robert Mugabe and his wife, Grace, has promised Zanu PF fireworks in the forthcoming general elections, saying it will defeat the ruling party if polls are free and fair. The NPF, which has been holding consultation meetings countrywide, ...
Strong opposition politics in Zimbabwe begun in 1999 when dissent escalated against the Zanu PF government then led by former President Robert Mugabe. This culminated in the formation of a formidable opposition political party MDC, then led by the late Morgan Tsvangirai. Vibrant membership of the ...
But the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MCD) alliance spokesperson, Welshman Ncube, said that it was clear Zanu-PF had become a military organisation since last November, when an army coup secured Mnangagwa's rise to power. Read: 'Emmerson Mnangagwa Might Just Be Another ...
Harare - Zimbabwe's largest opposition group, known as the MDC Alliance, says recent assurance from the Zanu-PF government that it would concede defeat if it loses at the upcoming polls was inadequate. It says that given the role of the military in seizing power last November, the Commander of the ...


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