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In 2018, Isabel joined a faction of the [[MDC-T]] that at the time was being led by [[Thokozani Khupe]]. Her father was still part of [[Nelson Chamisa]] and the [[MDC Alliance]]. Isabel Mwonzora was elected MDC-T (Khupe) youth assembly secretary-general. Speaking on her decision to join Khupe at the time, Isabel said:
 
In 2018, Isabel joined a faction of the [[MDC-T]] that at the time was being led by [[Thokozani Khupe]]. Her father was still part of [[Nelson Chamisa]] and the [[MDC Alliance]]. Isabel Mwonzora was elected MDC-T (Khupe) youth assembly secretary-general. Speaking on her decision to join Khupe at the time, Isabel said:
  
<blockquote>"But as time went on we began to differ on many things. Right now, I have decided to join the MDC-T and leaving the MDC Alliance because of the issue of constitutionalism."</blockquote><ref name="NZ">Nkosana Dlamini, [https://www.newzimbabwe.com/family-politics-mwonzoras-daughter-on-ditching-dad-and-chamisa-for-khupe/ FAMILY & POLITICS: Mwonzora’s daughter on ditching dad and Chamisa for Khupe], ''NewZimbabwe.com'', Published: April 30, 2021, Retrieved: April 28, 2021</ref>
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<blockquote>"But as time went on we began to differ on many things. Right now, I have decided to join the MDC-T and leaving the MDC Alliance because of the issue of constitutionalism."</blockquote><ref name="NZ">Nkosana Dlamini, [https://www.newzimbabwe.com/family-politics-mwonzoras-daughter-on-ditching-dad-and-chamisa-for-khupe/ FAMILY & POLITICS: Mwonzora’s daughter on ditching dad and Chamisa for Khupe], ''NewZimbabwe.com'', Published: April 30, 2018, Retrieved: April 28, 2021</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:57, 23 September 2021

Isabel Mwonzora

Isabel Mwonzora is a Zimbabwean lawyer, politician and the daughter of politician Douglas Mwonzora.

Background

Isabel Mwonzora is the firstborn daughter of Douglas Mwonzora.[1]

Siblings

Isabel has a sister named Bertha.


Education

Isabel is a law graduate.[1]

Political Career

Isabel told NewZimbabwe.com that she joined politics at 20 years of age.

In 2018, Isabel joined a faction of the MDC-T that at the time was being led by Thokozani Khupe. Her father was still part of Nelson Chamisa and the MDC Alliance. Isabel Mwonzora was elected MDC-T (Khupe) youth assembly secretary-general. Speaking on her decision to join Khupe at the time, Isabel said:

"But as time went on we began to differ on many things. Right now, I have decided to join the MDC-T and leaving the MDC Alliance because of the issue of constitutionalism."

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Nkosana Dlamini, FAMILY & POLITICS: Mwonzora’s daughter on ditching dad and Chamisa for Khupe, NewZimbabwe.com, Published: April 30, 2018, Retrieved: April 28, 2021