Zimbabwe’s 133 registered  political parties

  1. UANC- United African National Council
  2. UCA- United Christian Alliance
  3. UCAD- United Crusade for Achieving Democracy
  4. UCADGPZ- United Crusade for Achieving Democracy Green Party of Zimbabwe
  5. UDA- United Democratic Alliance
  6. UDF- United Democratic Front
  7. UDM- (changed from UMUP) United Democracy Movement (changed from United Movement and Unions Party)
  8. UDP- United Development Party
  9. UMD- United Movement for Democracy
  10. UMD- United Movement for Devolution
  11. UPP- United People`s Party
  12. UPZ- Unity Party Zimbabwe
  13. URFZ- United Residents Front of Zimbabwe
  14. USSAC- Union of Socialist States of the African Continent
  15. VIVA- Voices In The Vision of Africa
  16. VOP- Voice of the People
  17. VP- Vanhu Party
  18. WOYE- Word Of Yahwe Expression
  19. ZANU – PF- Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front
  20. ZANU NDONGA- Zimbabwe African National Union -Ndonga
  22. ZAPU- Zimbabwe African People`s Union
  23. ZCP- Zimbabwe Communists Party
  24. ZCPF- Zimbabwe Citizen Party Forum
  25. ZDC- Zimbabwe Democratic Change
  26. ZDP- Zimbabwe Development Party
  27. ZDPP- Zimbabwe Democratic and Patriotic Party
  28. ZDRP
  29. ZEFF- Zimbabwe Economic Freedom Fighters
  30. ZEFP- Zimbabwe Economic Freedom Party
  31. ZIA- Zimbabwe In Alliance
  32. Zimfirst- Zimbabwe First Party
  33. ZIM-ID- Zimbabwe Independent Democrats
  34. ZimPF- Zimbabwe People First
  35. ZINACO- Zimbabwe National Congress
  36. ZIPP- Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity
  37. ZITA- Zimbabwe Transitional Alliance
  38. ZITER- Zimbabwe Industrial & Technological Revolutionary Party
  39. ZIYA- Zimbabwe Youth in Alliance
  40. ZLD- Zimbabwe Liberation Democrats
  41. ZLP- Zimbabwe Labour Party

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The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.


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