Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has sparked heated debate, not just about the elections but about the way he views women, when he pledged his sister to Emmerson Mnangagwa if the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front leader wins 5 percent of the vote in the coming elections.
President Emmerson Dambudzo (ED) Mnangagwa, who has positioned himself as a pro-business president since his November 2017 inauguration, has indicated that his ascension has coincided with an increase in investor interest in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's new President is rolling out freedoms as never seen before in the country recovering from the 37-year grip of former leader Robert Mugabe, Associated Press reports.
There are roughly two months to go until Zimbabwe holds general and presidential elections, and for the first time, without the participation of former President Robert Mugabe, the longtime leader who resigned in dramatic circumstances on November 21.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front leader Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised to hold free and fair elections and says his party’s constitution obligates the party to do so.
The leader of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance seems to have ignored remarks by Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front vice-president Constantino Chiwenga that he is a juvenile and instead says the future of Zimbabwe is very young.