The National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) is a Zimbabwean political party headed by lawyer and activist Lovemore Madhuku. The NCA was formed in 1997 as a political non-governmental organisation pushing for constitutional reforms. In September 2013, after the adoption of a new Constitution in Zimbabwwe that year that the organisation rejected, it resolved to transform itself into a political party.
|National Constitutional Assembly|
|Founded||November 19, 2017|
As an NGO, the NCA was founded in 1997. As a political party, the NCA was founded on 28 September 2013.