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Drama as Biti stages coup

Infighting deepened in the MDC-T party yesterday as the leader Morgan Tsvangirai was said to have been suspended in a boardroom coup.

BY EVERSON MUSHAVA

The MDC Team, a group of people calling for leadership renewal in the MDC-T, yesterday announced in Harare that the party’s national council members had voted for the  suspension of the former premier and other party leaders who have been seen to be sympathising with him.

Other members, who were shown the exit door were Tsvangirai’s deputy, Thokozani Khupe, national chairman Lovemore Moyo and his deputy Morgan Komichi, national organising secretary Nelson Chamisa and his deputy Abednico Bhebhe and national spokesperson Douglas Mwonzora.
The meeting that was attended by several party officials and sitting MPs, lifted the suspensions imposed on party deputy
treasurer-general Elton Mangoma, youth assembly secretary Promise Mkwananzi, national executive member Last Maengahama and lawyer Jacob Mafume.

Speaking on behalf of the renewal team, former Water minister in the inclusive government, Samuel Sipepa-Nkomo who chaired the meeting yesterday and is also secretary of the party’s Guardian Council said they had decided to suspend the seven top leaders because they had proved to be undemocratic.

“The national executive has decided to suspend the seven pending a tribunal. The suspensions will be formalized. Their charge sheets are being prepared and they will appear before a tribunal to answer their charges,” Nkomo said, amid cheers from the crowd of about 300 people who attended the meeting.

“We have decided to reverse the so called suspension of Mangoma, Maengahama, Mafume and Mkwananzi. They are full of the party now. All these suspensions meant to put their cronies ahead of congress have been reversed.”

Tsvangirai had suspended Mangoma and expelled Maengahama, Mafume and Mkwananzi for discussing party issues in the media.

This followed the attack on Mangoma at the party’s headquarters in Harare after a meeting to discuss his letter calling for Tsvangirai to step down. Mangoma wrote to Tsvangirai asking him to step down claiming the former premier was no longer an asset to the party.

Mangoma’s call that came after the MDC-T’s heavy electoral loss to President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF party in last July’s general elections, triggered serious infighting.

Tsvangirai’s spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka yesterday referred questions to Mwonzora who described the move as a clumsy attempt by “spineless” people who feared to contest for positions at congress.
“This is not an MDC national council. This meeting is a culmination of an elaborate progamme of covert operations by State security agents, Zanu PF, Mugabe and a few malcontents from the MDC led by Welshman Ncube to destabilize the party. Their resolutions are meaningless and impotent. Tsvangirai and his leadership will remain in office,” Mwonzora said.

He said the party’s critical organs would meet in the following two days to strategise and resolve the infighting once and for all.

But Nkomo claimed about 138 national council members out of the party’s 178 attended yesterday’s meeting and voted for the suspension of the seven.

He said for the party to avoid a leadership vacuum after the ouster of the top leadership, the party’s guardian council which is led by Sekai Holland would take charge until the next elections.

Party secretary-general Tendai Biti, who had kept the party guessing about his involvement in a team opposed to Tsvangirai’s leadership, came out in the open yesterday declaring that they were practicing their “constitutional right of disassociation” not to deal with the seven because they had violated the founding principles of the party.

He said the party had diverted from the core values that influenced its formation because of people who were keen to stifle people’s democratic right to express their views freely.

“The party had been hijacked by a dangerous fascist clique bent on destroying the same and totally working against the working people of Zimbabwe,” Biti said.

Biti said his team was made up of true democrats who denounce the use of violence, a patronage system, intimidation, privatization of the party, wanton disregard of the party’s constitution, dishonesty, absence of personal accountability, and factionalism and use of informal channels such as a kitchen cabinet, among an array of problems.

They also accused Tsvangirai’s team of disregarding women and children, with the team’s supporters describing the former premier as “Gumbura”, due to his flirtation with several women.

RMG Independent End Time Message church leader, Robert Martin Gumbura was recently sentenced to 40 years for rape.

Biti said the inclusive government openly exposed Tsvangirai, accusing his former boss of being out-smitten by Mugabe during the period and stampeding the party into elections without reforms. He also claimed that Tsvangirai abused party money running into millions of dollars.

Zimbabwe, Biti said, was facing a legitimacy crisis that was affecting the country’s economy. He said there was need for fresh elections to be held after reforms were made to the electoral process. The former Finance minister also called for Zimbabwe to go back to the curatorship of Sadc for reforms to be implemented ahead of elections.

He said the new establishment would move around the country reinvigorating structures and forging an alliance with students, churches, civil society organizations and other parties to unseat Zanu PF in the forthcoming elections.

Former Energy Minister Mangoma, Kambuzuma MP Willias Madzimure, former Bikita West MP Heya Shoko, former Youth and Indigenization deputy minister Tongai Mathuthu, Evelyn Masaiti, former Marondera MP Ian Kay and his wife, Paul and Solomon Madzore, former director in Tsvangirai’s office, Charles Mangongera, Edwin Mushonga and Costa Muguti attended the meeting.

Several party provincial chairpersons also attended the meeting. They include Paul Madzore (Harare), Wachi Sibanda (Matabeleland South), Wilfstus Sitemere (Masvingo), Costin Muguti (Midlands North), Julius Magarangoma (Manicaland), Sengezo Tshabangu (Matabeleland North). Other officials who attended are Bulawayo provincial secretary Regie Moyo as well as Evelyn Masaiti from the Women’s Assembly, while other leaders reportedly gave apologies.

Biti said he would write to the Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Mudenda and Local Government Minister Ignatius Chombo to seek the protection of sitting MPs and councilors from being recalled.

He said he was aware Tsvangirai’s team would not go down without fighting, “using violence, as they are used to.” He however said contingency plans had been put in place to protect the officials from the violence.

“We are committed to put the struggle forward,” Biti said. “The struggle had become sterile and there is need for renewal and return to democracy.”

57 Responses to Drama as Biti stages coup

  1. Tendayi April 27, 2014 at 11:31 am #

    Its fun but this is the only way to put democracy back in the veins,

    • Democracy Ndizvo April 28, 2014 at 10:30 am #

      You are very right, Tendai. Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures. Now Biti has come out in the open to reveal that Tsvangirai was stealing party funds. We cannot allow a thief to run a party with the possibility of being the next president of the republic.

  2. underemployed April 27, 2014 at 12:06 pm #

    Perhaps we can remove the D from MDC once and for all.

    The politicians of this country should be mindful of who it is who brought them to where they are.

    NO ONE ASKED ME!!

    And its time someone did.

    You are of the people.

    Not of yourselves.

    Tsvagirayi must stay until the people have said otherwise!!!

    • Mbongeni Sakhe April 27, 2014 at 6:58 pm #

      Seriously, Tsvangirai, an unmitigated failure. Maybe it is not a bad idea for the MDC to collapse completely, we may have somrthing useful rising from the ashes.

  3. emily April 27, 2014 at 12:21 pm #

    This is the voice of the people l suppose. All what people should do is vote and the voice will be clear whether people want him to stay or not and if l remember well these guys once preached of a two term office for a presidential candidate criticising Mugabe and so on. Why fight.Just vote

  4. emily April 27, 2014 at 12:22 pm #

    Why fight just vote and see

  5. Musona April 27, 2014 at 12:26 pm #

    Now that Biti and his gang have suspended the owner of his useless party, Tsvangirai, whose name forms the “T” in the MDC-T is the party going to remain MDC-T or what? Is it now MDC-B for Biti or MDC-H for Sekai Holland? Or is it MDC-M for Mangoma? Never a dull moment in Zimbabwean politics.

    • MDC Team April 28, 2014 at 10:37 am #

      The party will be renamed MDC Team so it will remain MDC(T) in short !

  6. rasman April 27, 2014 at 12:31 pm #

    This is bullshit, saka all along varume ava vaiita sabotage kuna Tsvangirai,why are they blaming everything on this man murume uyu akashinga freedom of speach yamava nayo its becoz him akarwisa iwo madedera a chiita zvekunyangira, varume mese murikuziva kuti ma elections akabiwa plus mai strategiser evrything mese saka nw he lost alone, dont split people its early fo that rwisai muvengi varume nyika ino iri mumaoko akaipa varume, ngatitishandisei kudzidza kwedu pachikuru ndatenda hangu

    • Gladmore chawapuwa April 28, 2014 at 6:19 am #

      True wena

    • MDC Team April 28, 2014 at 10:43 am #

      Just look closely at the accusations against Tsvangirai: Stealing party money (millions to sponsor his sexual appetite), not respecting democracy, being an ineffective leader as exposed by GNU, not being exemplary in his private life, having no focus on party strategy and being just daft. We cannot have such a leader even for a burial society.

      • Mdc-tttttt April 28, 2014 at 2:05 pm #

        U can say all that bullshit can u prove it kuti he is stealing money….come on grow up.

  7. McAaron April 27, 2014 at 1:05 pm #

    Politics of the immature. Biti and the rest of his gang are knowingly playing into the enemy’s camp. Go and join them if you so wish, they welcome defectors with new cars, farms and of course a few thousand USA dollars !!!

  8. The Watcher April 27, 2014 at 1:08 pm #

    Ko mahumbwe aya ndeapi manje aya. Biti,Mangoma& Ian Kay have their heads buried in the sand coz here on the ground no one supports them legally they maybe right but politics is about majority opinion if u had been at Harvest house your meeting would have been credible why rush be4 congress its a monumental blunder your castle will crumble before it is built what a laugh.

  9. Ndizvo April 27, 2014 at 1:50 pm #

    This is very interesting. In my view, there is no need to play hide and seek. The two parties should now meet and agree to split. I am sure the majority of people know what they want and who they want to lead them. The party with the people’s hearts will carry the day.

  10. Reader April 27, 2014 at 2:08 pm #

    What if Biti becomes president and Zanu for once won’t rig the next election? He would lose to the 94 year old.

  11. Muchadura April 27, 2014 at 2:41 pm #

    Viva the larger-than-life Tsvangirai. Those who have crossed his path before sunk into political obvilion- Welshman Ncube, Munyaradzai Gwisa, the resurrected Sikhala and so on. Biti and his group going the same way. Bye bye

  12. Kufakwejeyi April 27, 2014 at 3:36 pm #

    This is the ultimate betrayal of the hundreds who perished at the hands of ZANUpf from the day MDC was formed. A terrific tragedy indeed it is.

    But wait a minute:
    -Biti is Gono’s lawyer in his case with Kereke?
    -Biti and Mangoma, because of their position as MDC negotiators interacted with ZANUpf people more than other part leaders

    The rat stinks to high heavens.

    But to Tsvangirayi, I say stand fast, the people of Zimbabwe are behind you. These idiots could not wait for congress because they were aware they would never win.

    If these people’s plot succeeds then that is the end of the struggle for democracy and any hopes of justice for the wrongs of the past under ZANUpf are buried. I can see ZANUpf’s hand dirty, strong and ugly in all this and the victims are the people of Zimbabwe.

    “Cry the beloved country.”

  13. Dee April 27, 2014 at 5:30 pm #

    Aiwa ths is so boring indawa fightng daily

  14. tatenda April 27, 2014 at 5:35 pm #

    At least the cat is now out of the bag & we know who is who & what is what. I don’t care who becomes the leader of mdc-t, all l know is that l wil never vote zanupf ever again come thunder come lightning

  15. Peter April 27, 2014 at 6:05 pm #

    Why accuse other parties Mwonzora you preach democracy but never practice.How can you suspend a person exercising his DEMOCRATIC right by calling leadership renewal. First it was disagreement by Welshman Ncube now this. I guess Mr Tsvangirai should work on his relationships both politically and socially. Ma divorce awanda Save.

  16. Magame April 27, 2014 at 6:19 pm #

    These guys are banking on winning control of the party using the zanu pf controlled courts but zanu pf courts will never deliver long suffering zimbos to support them

  17. Koka April 27, 2014 at 7:08 pm #

    Welshman was right. You cant put a good man down. The MDC has split again due to Tswangilayi violence habit. Viva Welshman, you are the man to watch. You are principled and you saw it well before some people. Your leadership is the missing link for zim to move forward.

  18. Prof April 27, 2014 at 8:13 pm #

    Biti will forever be in Zanu Pf’s bondage. That’s what they do if they find your hand in the till. Now you have to deliver the people’s struggle on their altar or else you’ll find yourself in Chikurubi. Now many people wonder if everything is right with u upstairs. First you are forced to defend Gono on a corruption charge who not long ago you called an economic terrorist who should be shot by firing squad. Wananchi inonzi Zanu ndeyeropa uchati. Some committed suicide after pressure from these guys.

    • Gono Akangwara April 27, 2014 at 8:35 pm #

      Proff it takes 10yrs for Zimbos to learn reality and it takes wise people like you to figure out the main issue behind this Disco…..

  19. chido ndinacho April 27, 2014 at 8:23 pm #

    aah nhasi hamusi kutuka newsday maita vanhu kwawoo

  20. Bishop Emmanuel Gerald Moyana April 27, 2014 at 8:31 pm #

    Well this has always been the system in Zim politics. greedy people always cause mayhem from nothing. Tsvangirai remains the strongest opposition leader to ever come out of this nation. As for biti and company don’t forget without Morgan you don’t exist as well. People look at the brand not you. without Mugabe there is no Zanu pf that’s why you see that even when they have problems no one touches the President so for you to have the guts to do so I say you are not wise. If you feel you are strong enough then form your own party like Welsh and job did previously. If you want to stay alive in this political game then stop this madness of yours Mr biti and company. Not withstanding that Tsvangirai must be democratic in his leadership principles but for you to wake up suspending him is an error. I suggest call for early congress and let the people speak for you if they want your leadership and for Morgan Tsvangirai prove that you are a good leader by calling for congress and then put someone there like Chamisa. He is the next MDC President and no one else. He will usher people into the new error. I thank you.

  21. Muluka April 27, 2014 at 9:09 pm #

    cry the beloved country

  22. anderson April 27, 2014 at 9:16 pm #

    vana Biti tozviziva kuti muri kutumwa ne zanu.form your own party uone kuti unowacha sei.save musavhunduka mahumbwe

  23. bete April 27, 2014 at 9:22 pm #

    Biti and Mangoma maenda. It’s best for Zimbabwe. Tsvangirai usacheuke muridzo. Bhora mberi.

  24. weeds April 27, 2014 at 9:23 pm #

    Urwere hwapinda mupfungwa here nhai Tendai?

  25. toriro April 27, 2014 at 9:24 pm #

    Fambai makachenjera vapfanha.

  26. Willis Musungo April 27, 2014 at 9:55 pm #

    this is a confused party with no leadership. they have never planned or strategized properly. mwonzora said the party has database of 600 000 and membership of 1,2 million the bulk of which is not registered to vote and has never voted, though blind supporters claim rigged elections. right now the politically astute are preparing for 2018 elections whilst the clumsy party is asleep or fighting each other. Varidzi veparty vakatora party yavo back . to all those who always claim that party is a “people’s project” should tell us how much they have contributed to their party. if the answer is nothing then who has been funding your party and for what purpose. life has come full circle for tsvangson and company they are going same way they were suspending others. imi munonyepera kuda tsvangson hamuna kumuvhotera so don’t waste time muchitaura about the people who have never even voted in MDC primaries. just accept the new leaders vamuchapiwa nevaridzi veparty. a party which lasts is bound by its ideology but ideology of “Mugabe must go” can’t take people beyond kudya mari yema donors for nothing, for the concoction of employees agreeing with employers, capitalists and socialists students and their teachers/ lecturers can only agree on one or two points before going back to their natural enermity or fighting so the expiry date of this project has arrived. kana muchiida party yenyu ipei mari inga tsvangson akakumbira mari wani kumembership asi hapana chamakamupa. anyway two terms dza tsvangson hadzipere dzakaita sei. give him money register to vote for him and actually vote for him. he should actually have a clear manifesto that speaks to ALL people and hope more people will vote for him on merit not disgruntlement with Mugabe, it’s not enough

  27. chasura we shabani April 27, 2014 at 10:37 pm #

    Nhasi ndafara. Most people knows that it is not newsday or zanupf that cause confusion in mdct but mwonzora & a few who are blind & cant see hence depend on bieng told the colour even of food they eat. The truth is tsvangirai is gone for ever. 138 out of 178 council members voted & majority says go then go. Its the whole country. Even muri champion ye violence save ava vawanda hamuchavagone.mungatorobwa imwi.Those who believes their party cant survive without morgay are in sorry.If he dies then nomore mdct.

  28. chasura we shabani April 27, 2014 at 11:06 pm #

    Those who say no moregay no mdct might be right but wrong in the asumption that no RGM NO ZANUPF. The revolutionary party can survive even if all war vets are gone. Now that moregay will colapse and die that becomes the end of useless noise. We are aware that the noise will be over since tamborinyoka who is not mensioned amoung the suspended is disasociating himself with his former boss leaving the burden to the suspended mwonzora to salvage the little pride left before he is finaly charked out.

  29. Jobho Kukwenya April 28, 2014 at 3:53 am #

    I am are so confused.some are saying 138 members out of 178 Charlton Hwende on his facebook status is saying 3 out of 178 ,ok chero zviripo, ko Tsvangirai akashanda nesimba tozviziva,ko tinotenda zvee hatirambi,ko tikati imbomira zvingaipa futi here.kana tisingadi Zanu pf nemwoyo wose ko ngatitsigirei vaBiti ka pachine 4yrs kaapa,mbuya ikozvino vanongoti handivhoteri Morgan ko ngativapei zita idzva pamwe vangasanduka mafungiro,tikaramba tichingoti Morgan tirikuramba kukura,naizvozvo zvichagara zvakadaro nokuda zvisingatiyamure.mazvinzwa

    • Courage April 28, 2014 at 10:03 am #

      Wakadhakwa iwe nxaaaa

  30. hezvoko bwaaaa April 28, 2014 at 5:59 am #

    Biti nevamwe vake vatadza politics, they are trying to raise in storm and a flood in a cup of tea, if many people are behind, why wait for the congress? or else form yo own party. haaaaaaa ragai tione kunowira tsvimbo nedohwe

  31. Gladmore chawapuwa April 28, 2014 at 6:24 am #

    Pamberi navaTsvangirai pasi naMbiti maMangoma.

  32. morgan April 28, 2014 at 6:41 am #

    Tsvangirai pamberi nebasa kwete zvavana Biti maZANU

  33. Chamvari April 28, 2014 at 6:59 am #

    Politics is the only game where one has no permanent friends. Things get nasty when as a leader realise that you; for a long time have been surrounded by a handful bunch of traitors. Biti you disappoint a lot .Leave Tsvangirai alone.

  34. Buyani April 28, 2014 at 9:03 am #

    These guys are doing good. Tvangirai must go. He will never rule Zimbabwe.

  35. liberty m April 28, 2014 at 9:09 am #

    It is good to be shaken. But the force shaking is too little. These are just boot leakers of ZPF who caused the MDC’s defeat. Tsvangirai you have never been together with these people, they opposed you from the very beginning and pretended to be behind you. Now they have come out in open. Who can support this clique that is already defeated be4 it starts? These are just over ambitious itinerants who are backed by Roy Bennet who is hiding from the struggle. Chop them out Tsvangirai dont hesitate!

  36. ke mo Sotho April 28, 2014 at 9:15 am #

    Its getting nasty, and all I know is, all of them are no longer fit to rule this country. This country, there will never be a leader like the President R.G Mugabe. He knew what to do, when to do, where to do, and how to do regards governing the country. He matured with time.

    Now, these so called opposition parties who fail to maintain order within their ranks, more so fail to respect ‘their’ constitution they crafted with the help of ‘whites’ e.g Benneti, they just wasting time thinking one day they will rule this country.

    Come to think of it the country being run by Biti, Mangoma, or on the contrary, Jonathan Moyo? Food for thought…

  37. tokyo April 28, 2014 at 9:16 am #

    Waz Mgbe &nw Tsvangirai u mst learn that its not easy to stepdwn if Tsvangirai want to show democrasy is sppse to leave the office& give a chance to the new fresh blood doesnt mean to say he must stay 20yrs in office

  38. Courage April 28, 2014 at 10:07 am #

    Tsangson pamberi handeikumberi save kwete imbwa idzi ana biti

  39. WELLAZ April 28, 2014 at 12:08 pm #

    if Biti and Mangoma are as democratic as they claim to be, why not wait for the congress for the people to choose the leader of their choice. ndipo paye patinozo bvuma kuti these guys are working with ZANU PF they just want to couse confusion within the MDC. Biti said “the inclusive government openly exposed Tsvangirai, accusing his former boss of being out-smitten by Mugabe during the period and stampeding the party into elections without reforms” look who is toking isnt it Biti who filed tsvangirai s papers in 2013 elections? Where was biti when Tsvangirai was out-smitten by Mugabe? these guys want to be clever for nothing. They planned everything together with Tsvangirai now that they lost the elections want to blame 1 man, shame shame shame shame on you Biti, Mangoma and crew. CRY MY BELOVED COUNTRY.

  40. Nay April 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm #

    This is hogwash. Biti and company must count themselves out of the struggle now. this is the worst thing that has ever taken place at Harvest house.For real change Tsvangirai is the man whether you like it or not. He had fought this far allow him to finish. We are playing into the hands of the enemy now.

  41. Marondra yese April 28, 2014 at 5:19 pm #

    biti a judas of Tsvangirayi. Manje wazviruza. pasina Tsangirayi hauko iwe. mira kauone. we wil never vote for you. Pamberi Natsvangirayi nevakadzi vake vose.

    1. First your vote wasnt clear wakatanga waruza bvawazonzi you won

    2. You are Gono lawyer and insuspect Gono stories of become Mugabe succesor saka wanzi uya udye
    3. urimutengesi you Planned of your new party endaka

    uri shit Biti.

    Tsvangirayi always. haulume

  42. Tarubva April 28, 2014 at 6:36 pm #

    even if Tsvangirai dies I will vote for his grave. Biti is too arogant and is not presidential material.

  43. Tamira Cheni April 28, 2014 at 11:16 pm #

    Biti Biti you have sunk to your lowest. I used too respect you without knowing kuti you are daft. I suppose your HIV virus has destroyed your brain. Shame Tendai Biti! Shame Shame Shame Shame.

  44. Bvumazvipere Hondo April 29, 2014 at 9:53 am #

    Its about tym the original owners of MDC have come to claim what’s theirs. Are we all forgetting that people lyk Biti, Ncube,the late Jong we,Chamisa and others are the founders of MDC who begged Tsvangirai to lead them because of his support which he had from ZCTU between 1994 and 1998 when they were at UZ. Tsvangirai then outsourced backup from the capitalist and exploiters of the west but doesn’t mean he(Tsvangi) owns MDC. now they feel that they are mature enough to take the reigns why fight them, give them powers MDC is their baby.. It is Tsvangirai who should form his own party not Biti and Mango a. DEAL WITH IT.

  45. washingtones April 29, 2014 at 3:22 pm #

    Tsvangirai must joined Zanu Pf and work with mudhara and restore democracy, with immidiate effect, zvana Biti izvo ndezvekupenga, zvakaitika vanozviziva.

  46. masvukupete April 29, 2014 at 4:10 pm #

    Shuwa vanhu vakaenda kuchikoro asi Havana chavaka dzidza. Madegrees avana Bob don’t help our country in anyway. Madegree avana Mutambara and Welshman don’t help Zimbos. Ana Mangoma vakaenda kuchikoro asi chabuda hapana. Biti kuisa madegree pamberi asi no common sense. The vote should be used to choose leaders. Mazimba too much degrees with theory but no practicality whatsoever.

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