LOVEMORE Madhuku is set to step down next month from the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) amid indications that he might launch a new political party to challenge President Robert Mugabe’s hegemony at the next elections in 2018, The Financial Gazette can exclusively reveal. Madhuku has been the chairperson of the NCA since 2001 when he took over from Morgan Tsvangirai who, two years earlier, had ventured into mainstream politics through the then united Movement for Democratic Change (MDC). Since its formation, the NCA has been lobbying for a new constitution for Zimbabwe. The NCA significantly differed with its former alliance partners during the constitution-making process that birthed a new charter in June this year to replace the colonial Lancaster House…