A new political party has been launched at a local hotel in Harare this Tuesday.
The party, known as Zimbabweans United for Democracy (ZUNDE), says it is premised on restoration of justice, the rule of law and respect for fundamental human rights.
The party’s president, little known Farai Mbira said his party is focused on filling up the vacuum created by Zanu PF and MDC by building a society that believes in fairness.
Mbira claimed that his party is going to revive the economy by opening closed factories and industries, address the plight of civil servants and also give security to farmers.
Zimbabweans United for Democracy is a movement that was started in October 2013, and said it will contest the elections in 2018.