Africa Politics & Current Affairs

Zimbabwe’s newest opposition party wins majority of seats in by-elections

Zimbabwe’s newest opposition party led by Nelson Chamisa has secured most of the seats, making a total number of 19 seats out of 28 at the contested parliamentary seats.

This has given the Citizens’ Coalition for Change hope that they might win in the next year’s general elections.

The party already denounced the oppression by the authorities in a rally that gained large crowds, just less than 3 months of it being found.

Will next year’s elections be potentially the end of Zanu PF, the current ruling party in Zimbabwe that has been in power since 1980, the year that Zimbabwe gained its independence.

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