OPPOSITION MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday made several changes within his executive and replaced Douglas Mwonzora, Morgen Komichi and Elias Mudzuri, who now front for the Thokozani Khupe-led MDC-T, a move he said was meant to strengthen the party.
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Jameson Timba moved from the deputy secretary-general’s post in Chamisa’s office, where he takes over from Komichi, while David Chimhini replaces Timba as deputy secretary-general and will be joined by Concilia Chinanzvavana.
Lawyer Fadzai Mahere takes over as party spokesperson, replacing Daniel Molekele and will be deputised by Felix Magalela Mafa-Sibanda, and Clifford Hlatshwayo, whose post as deputy secretary for local government will be taken over by Harare councillor Jacob Mafume.
Mafume’s post as secretary for elections was taken over by lan Makone.
Highfield MP Happymore Chidziva will now sit in the standing committee as secretary for rural mobilisation and strategy in Chamisa’s office.
Former Local Government deputy minister Sessel Zvidzai is the new secretary for local government.
Lovemore Chinoputsa replaced Mwonzora as the deputy secretary for international relations.
“It is the desire to strengthen the party and some members of the standing committee have left and these are Komichi, Mudzuri and Mwonzora,” party secretary-general Chalton Hwende said.