For the 2nd term, the current President Of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa won the election

Emmerson Mnangagwa The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front leader Emmerson Mnangagwa won the 2nd term with a vote of 52.6% in favour of his closest rival, Nelson Chamisa of the Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC). This is significant as the election is happening six years after ruler Robert Mugabe due to a military coup.

Emmerson Mnangagwa Biography

Born on 15 September 1942 in Shabani, Southern Rhodesia, to a large Shona family, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is a member of the  ZANU–PF (Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front)& was a close associate of former President Robert Mugabe. He had occupied various key ministerial positions and served as Zimbabwe’s President on 24 November 2017 & was the leader of the “Crocodile Gang”, a group that attacked white-owned farms in the Eastern Highlands.

Personal Details
Born15 Sep 1942 (age 80)
BirthplaceShabani, Southern Rhodesia (now Zvishavane, Zimbabwe)
Political PartyZANU–PF (1987–present)
Other Political AffiliationsUNIP (1959–1962), ZAPU (1962–1963), ZANU (1963–1987)
SpousesJayne Matarise (m. 1973; died 2002), Auxillia Kutyauripo
EducationUniversity of London (LLB), University of Zambia, Egyptian Military Academy
Held PositionsPosition
3rd President of Zimbabwe
President and First Secretary of ZANU-PF
First Vice-President of Zimbabwe
Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Defence
Minister of Rural Housing and Social Amenities
Speaker of Parliament
Minister of State for National Security
Member of Parliament

Emmerson Mnangagwa won the election

Who is the current  President Of Zimbabwe?

Emmerson Mnangagwa is the current  President Of Zimbabwe