Thokozani Khupe and Three Others Expelled From MDC-T

The Mwonzora led MDC-T has expelled it’s suspended Vice President Thokozani Khupe, Nomvula Mguni, Mildred Dube, and Ntandoyenkosi Ndhlovu.

The suspension comes after the former MDC-T vice president Thokozani Khupe was suspended after being accused of various allegations.


Immediately after being expelled Khupe held a press conference in which he stated that Douglas Mwonzora was no longer the President of the political party. She also announced that the MDC-T was now split into two factions, one led by Mwonzora and one led by Thokozani Khupe.

The MDC-T has now officially announced that Thokozani Khupe and her colleagues are officially expelled from the party.


The MDC-T Secretary Information and Publicity Witness Dube said :

The National Council also deliberated on Dr Thokozani Khupe’s alleged “Declaration of a Split” and noted that no such arrangement was catered for by the Party Constitution and at law in general.

The Council asserted the move by Dr Khupe as a testament to her having terminated her own membership with the party.

Accordingly, the National Council unanimously resolved to expel her, together with Nomvula Mguni, Mildred Dube and Ntandoyenkosi Ndhlovu with immediate effect.

Dr Khupe, together with the aforementioned trio, will therefore not be allowed to use the MDC-T name, symbols, and or associated intellectual property henceforth.

Witness Dube

In other news, a political party named Citizens Convergence for Change has written a letter to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission notifying them that they should bar the Citizens Coalition for Change led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa from using its acronym and its colours.


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