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Zimbabwe

David Coltart

Date of Birth: 04/10/1957
Place of Birth: Gweru


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The opposition line-up

MDC-MUTAMBARA: Arthur Mutambara, Party President; Welshman Ncube, Secretary General; Gibson Sibanda, Vice-President; David Coltart, Senator for Bulawayo South...


Tsvangirai's transient victory

Only David Coltart, who won his Senate seat on the MDC-Mutambara ticket, saved the party from total humiliation in Bulawayo...


Future shock

MDC spokesman David Coltart said that the party had already filed one challenge to an electoral court on 8 April and would be submitting several more on 15 April as part of its campaign to contest the legitimacy of the vote...


Slow to go

The other wing's leadership comprises Themba Nyathi, David Coltart, Yvonne Mahlunge, Tendai Biti, Renson Gasela and Trudy Stevenson...


On the knife-edge

It has been suggested that one of the MDC's legal brains (such as Ncube or David Coltart) would become Justice Minister in charge of reviewing oppressive legislation...


From the other side

And MDC has three white MPs, two who have pursued human rights cases: Mike Auret, former Head of the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace; David Coltart, a Bulawayo-based lawyer; and a fluent Shona-speaking, commercial farmer, Roy Bennet, in Chimamanimani...


Unmoved movers

The MDC's powerful lawyers include Tendai Biti, who successfully challenged the Law and Order (Maintenance) Act on behalf of the ZCTU and is a member of the Zimbabwe Human Rights Lawyers' Association; David Coltart from Bulawayo, once singled out by President Robert Mugabe as among the 'rabble-rousers' who must decide whether to remain in Zimbabwe or not...


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