Zimbabwe's Main Opposition Headed for Another Split?

Zimbabwe's main and biggest opposition the MDC-T is on the brink of another major split again as its two heavyweight leaders both claim 'rights to the throne'. The party's Vice President Thokozani Khupe has announced that her camp was breaking away from new MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa-led group adding that she would be joining Joice Mujuru's Rainbow Coalition. Khupe has been embroiled in a bitter race with Nelson Chamisa to succeed the late Morgan Tsvangirai as the leader of the opposition party.

Photo: The Herald

Opposition leaders Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe (file photo).

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