Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is one nomination away from clinching an uncontested presidency when the MDC meets to elect a new leader. If the only province left nominates him, then Chamisa will not be contested when the party holds an elective congress on May 24.
Nelson Chamisa supporters (file photo).
Zimbabwe: Chamisa Clinches Victory
Zimbabwe Standard, 21 April 2019
MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is two nominations away from clinching an uncontested presidency at the May 24 congress when the party meets to elect a new leadership, including a… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 23 April 2019
MDC president Nelson Chamisa is now almost certain to land his first ever popular mandate as leader of the country's main opposition after securing yet another nomination to surge… Read more »
The Movement For Democratic Change youth assembly for Harare has declared war on any party official who will dare challenge interim President Nelson Chamisa during the main ... Read more »
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 ... Read more »