0n the eve of July 30 elections Robert Mugabe surprised many when he said he would vote for opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, defying Zanu-PF, the party of which he was president for over 40 years. In an interview with South Africa's public broadcaster, Chamisa denied that he has business links with Mugabe.
Chamisa Denies Business Ties With Mugabe
New Zimbabwe, 30 August 2018
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has trashed claims he had business links with former President Robert Mugabe. Read more »
Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and former president Robert Mugabe (file photo).
Chamisa in Pickle Over Mugabe Ties
The Herald, 30 July 2018
Alliance presidential candidate in today's harmonised elections Mr Nelson Chamisa has thrown his political career into a tailspin after raising a spectre of former President… Read more »
Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa may have to fork out more than U.S.$3 million to meet the costs of the election outcome challenge he launched and lost at the ... Read more »
Although former president Robert Mugabe had backed the main opposition candidate against his own party in a surprise intervention on the eve of the historic election on Jul Read more »
Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa met former president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, where they agreed on a 20-member Cabinet ... Read more »
MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has dismissed claims that the party is offering former first lady Grace Mugabe a vice president position as it tries to lure Zanu ... Read more »
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