A bira meant to seek guidance from “ancestral spirits” on the country’s political problems, and a solution to the intensifying factional and succession fights in Zanu PF failed to take place yesterday.
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Christopher Mutsvangwa’s revelations that Joice Mujuru did not shoot down a Rhodesian Air Force helicopter during the war of liberation and that she doesn’t deserve the position of Vice-President is a direct insult on President Robert Mugabe’s intelligence.
THE Zanu PF infighting has reached boiling point with analysts saying if it continues unchecked, it might degenerate into physical confrontation or worse.
Voting for the Zanu PF national youth executive was yesterday characterised by massive vote-buying and last-minute canvassing.
A few hours after Zanu PF leader President Robert Mugabe fumed over the starving of his party youths, Harare International Conference Centre, venue of the youth congress, was turned into a huge party where food and drink flowed endlessly.
Some Zanu PF big names may fall by the wayside after the party yesterday maintained that there would be no sacred cows when it comes to abiding by the new elections guidelines.
THE meeting held in Bulawayo by Zanu PF ministers to tackle challenges facing the Matabeleland region was just a talk show.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said his former Secretary-General Tendai Biti and deputy Treasurer-General Elton Mangoma rebelled against him to work with Zanu PF.
Zanu PF and war veterans in Mashonaland West are on a collision path with civil servants after announcing plans to supervise government workers in the province.
The recent split in the MDC led by Morgan Tsvangirai has left Zimbabwe’s opposition very weak.