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Zimbabwe

Nelson Chamisa

Date of Birth: 28/02/1978
Place of Birth: Gutu


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Mourning and machinations

Even when Mugabe announced that he would vote for opposition leader Nelson Chamisa in the 2018 election the result was not dramatically altered (AC Vol 59 No 16 A disputed crown for the crocodile)...


Power play in Harare

Now however the opposition Movement for Democratic Change under Nelson Chamisa is making no bones about its desire for just that...

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Activists take on the crisis

In a video on 5 August MDC leader Nelson Chamisa said the opposition would move into its 'next phase' and take steps to end the economic and political crisis...


Readying for protest

The main opposition Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC Alliance) previously unsettled by infighting finally held a congress on 25 and 26 May at which it officially elected Nelson Chamisa as its leader and clarified the structures around him...


Ncube wins foreign fans

Nelson Chamisa who faces a challenge to his leadership of the MDC is calling for an independent arbiter for any cross-party talks...


Turbulent beginnings

The restructuring will be particularly contentious in Manicaland where the ZANU-PF provincial chairperson Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Mike Madiro failed to deliver a successful election result for Mnangagwa who was beaten by opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Nelson Chamisa in the province...


Mnangagwa's resolution

Had that motion passed with its transparent object of excluding the 40-year-old Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa from the next election it would have been open season on President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the international and regional press...


Finding for the government

According to one witness in Mutare during the funeral of MDC founder Morgan Tsvangirai in February supporters of the MDC's Nelson Chamisa threatened to burn a hut with Thokozani Khupe Vice-President of the splinter MCD-Tsvangirai in it...


The house of hunger revisited

Both lost personal authority in the process: Emmerson Mnangagwa because his party did so much better in the parliamentary elections than he did in the presidential vote; and Nelson Chamisa because opposition supporters blame poor tactics almost as much as state rigging for his party losing the election...


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