machinja

these are members belonging to the MDC Alliance, a political party in the Republic of Zimbabwe that has been an archenemy of ZANU-PF throughout the years and perhaps more to come.

Of course, there are other political parties in Zimbabwe but it's not like they move the needle.

Nevertheless, one of the popular slogans for Machinja (MDC supporters) is "chinja maitiro" or "chinja mayitiro" and that means: adapt to a new way of doing things.

Machinja are associated with the color red which they use pretty much for everything e.g. mascots, campaign flyers, posters, etc whilst an open palm is used as a sign of recognition.

On the other hand, ZANU-PF members use chibhakera ("a tightly clenched fist") during their political rallies and conferences.
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