He leads the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), which is opposed to Mugabe's party, the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF).
What does ZANU-PF stand for?
ZANU-PF stands for Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front
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- Zakrytoe Aktsionernoe Obschestvo (Russian: Closed Joint Stock Corporation)
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- Zimbabwe AIDS Orphans
- Zero Age of Data
- Zweckverband Abfallwirtschaft Oberes Elbtal (German: Waste Management Senior - Zweckverband Elbe Valley)
- Zero Accident Program
- Zero Administration Package
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition to stabilizing the economy, the political agreement, under which Robert Mugabe (the long-time leader of the ruling party, Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front [ZANU-PF]) remains president and Morgan Tsvangirai, (the leader of the Movement for Democratic Change) becomes prime minister, also recognizes the need to respect differences of political opinion.
Mugabe's government embarked on haphazard and sometimes violent land reforms led by supporters of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front party.
This is forcing ordinary people to be dishonest,' he said, noting that many people have two cards, one for the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front and the other showing membership of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change.
As expected, the Secretary of State's remarks drew a stern response from Didymus Mutasa, Foreign Affairs secretary for the governing Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front.
Mugabe's Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front won 55 of Parliament's 120 elected seats, compared to 34 for the main opposition Movement for Democratic Change, the national election commission announced.