Zimbabwe's opposition MDC party to choose new leader

Zimbabwe's main opposition party is meeting to elect a new leader as it tries to get past internal divisions.

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    Zimbabwe’s main opposition Movement for Democratic Change party is set to officially elect a new leader.

    The MDC is expected to choose Nelson Chamisa, who has been interim leader since last year.

    The party narrowly lost the election in 2018, and analysts say it must overcome internal divisions in order to convince voters next time round.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Gweru, Zimbabwe.


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