“Everybody is now aware that there is unanimity within the party that Mugabe must go. But there is also unanimity in the public denial that they would require him to retire,” he said.
Some believe it will make Zanu PF stronger in the end — like Jonathan Moyo, who sits on the party’s politburo.
He was cited in the documents calling for leadership renewal and an exit plan for the president. While he does not deny it, he says it happened during a time he had left the party, which he has since rejoined. People now need to be clear, on which side they are on, he says.
“If anything, this is a God-sent event which will go a long, long way to unite people and scare cowards.” — BBC