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Vol 65 No 3

Published 1st February 2024


Opposition in turmoil as Chamisa quits

The main opposition party has been rocked by the resignation of its leader, who accuses ZANU-PF of political violence and sabotage

The Citizens' Coalition for Change (CCC), the only opposition party that presented any realistic threat to the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU PF), is adrift after months of attacks on it by stooges linked to the government. The founding leader of the CCC, Nelson Chamisa, snapped on 25 January when he announced he would 'no longer have anything to do with the CCC'.

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