Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Nelson Chamisa says he is in South Africa to request help in resolving the challenges facing Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader said his party backed down from a planned anti-government protest on Friday to avoid bloodshed and signalled the MDC would change tactics in confronting what it called a “fascist” government.
Riot police in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare, have beaten protestors after the opposition MDC called off a planned demonstration over the country’s deepening economic crisis.
Zimbabwe’s main opposition said on Tuesday a violent crackdown on civilians by the new government was worse than anything in recent years under ousted leader Robert Mugabe, accusing Harare of escalating “terrorism”.
Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has called for a transitional government to resolve the worsening economic and political crisis engulfing the country.