Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has called on ruling Zanu-PF leader President Emmerson Mnangagwa to agree to a power-sharing deal that will see the two leaders take separate two-year terms to run the country. Chamisa, who has refused to accept his defeat in July 2018's presidential election, threatened nationwide protests if Mnangagwa refuses to talk.
Chamisa Says He Should Be President for Two Years, Mnangagwa the Other Two
New Zimbabwe, 25 February 2019
OPPOSITION MDC leader Nelson Chamisa on Sunday proposed a new 4-year power sharing government which would see him run the country for two years and Zanu PF rival Emmerson Mnangagwa… Read more »
Nelson Chamisa addresses supporters (file photo).
Opposition Demand Rotating Presidency
CAJ News, 26 February 2019
ZIMBABWE'S main opposition is demanding that the presidency be shared on a rotational basis among the major political parties. Read more »
Chamisa Makes Bizarre Power-Sharing Demand
The Herald, 25 February 2019
MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday threatened mass action and to "shutdown" Harare if President Mnangagwa does not agree to a power-sharing arrangement. Mr Chamisa is… Read more »
Chamisa Snubs Dialogue Meeting Again
263Chat, 22 February 2019
Opposition MDC President, Nelson Chamisa has once again snubbed a dialogue meeting called at the State House today maintaining that the venue for dialogue and the convener of the… Read more »
Mngagagwa's Govt Lacks Patriotism - Chamisa
263Chat, 25 February 2019
Opposition MDC President Nelson Chamisa has accused top government officials of lacking patriotism by shunning local health and educational institutions in preference of India and… Read more »
Opposition MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai did not regret supporting Robert Mugabe's overthrow by the military. Speaking at a memorial in Harare to mark the first anniversary of ... Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has challenged victims of the January military crackdown to come forward with evidence to substantiate the allegations leveled against the army. M Read more »
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has repeated his commitment to talks with President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Speaking in Harare at a breakfast prayer meeting, he said ... Read more »
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