When Nelson Chamisa, the leader of Zimbabwe’s Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), announced his resignation late last month, it made headlines the world over. He had, after all, founded the opposition party just two years ago, and gone on to win 44% of the vote in last year’s presidential election.

But if Chamisa’s resignation caught supporters overseas by surprise, it was long expected back home...

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