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DUZ has to hit the ground running and time is not on the young party’s side By Aldais Tafadzwa Mukoti This year - 2023 - promises to be an eventful year for the teapot-shaped country of Zimbabwe - as harmonised elections are set to take place in less than eight months of this year. It definitely is going to be a high-stakes game with most Zimbabweans hopeful that the elections will at last put Zimbabwe on a growth trajectory. The front runners - Zanu PF led by ED Mnangagwa and Nelson Chamisa’s Citizens Coalition for Change have so far shown how serious they are in challenging for power to run the Southern African country with fever-pitch campaigns that started two years ago, some of which have been marred by political violence. Other parties like the Mwonzora-led MDCT, Linda Masarira’s LEAD, and a whole host of other smaller parties are in the mix to challenge for the +/- 6m voters. The election promises to be a rumble in the jungle. Enter the ring is the new baby Democratic Union of Zimbabwe led by little-known Robert Chapman. Robert Chapman was born in Harare and orphaned as a three-year-old.