Morgan Tsvangirai
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Should Tsvangirai quit as leader of Zimbabwe's MDC?

Morgan Tsvangirai has risen from working in a Zimbabwean mine to becoming the symbol of government resistance.

Mr Tsvangirai became the country's prime minister in 2009 but had to give up his position after losing the 2013 elections by a landslide.

He may now be facing a challenge for the leadership of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) which he founded in 2000.

So is it time to quit? A question BBC Africa's Salim Kikeke put to the opposition leader.

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  • 29 Oct 2013
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