Former youth activist, Nelson Chamisa will run for the upcoming presidential elections in Zimbabwe.
Chamisa has been endorsed by the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
This comes after veteran leader Morgan Tsvangirai died of cancer last month.
Ray White spoke to Business advisor at Africa@Work Dianna Games to understand what this means for the country and it's current political climate.
There has been a lot of disruption with the MDC's leadership not just around Morgan Tsvangirai's death but in general, there is a lot of contesting. It is quite a fragmented grouping in general.— Dianna Games ,Business advisor at Africa@Work
The new president [Mnangagwa] is doing a lot to try and clean up a lot of the mess inherited by Robert Mugabe, but in a way people might say give him more of a chance. I think the opposition is in for a real run this time.— Dianna Games ,Business advisor at Africa@Work
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