PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday hit out at war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda, whom he accused of being possessed by the devil for opposing First Lady Grace Mugabe’s ascension to the Zanu PF women’s league top post.
A vote of no confidence has been passed on the Masvingo Zanu PF provincial executive led by Retired Brigadier-General Killian Gwanetsa after they were accused of supporting under-fire Vice-President Joice Mujuru, opposing Grace Mugabe’s elevation to be the women’s league boss, alleged incompetence, electoral fraud and disrespect of senior party members, among a raft of other charges.
THE MDC has denied reports that its members were scrambling for a $2 000 bail refund the party had posted for Charles Thomas, who faced treason allegations and instead accused its former Bulawayo province spokesperson of dishonesty.
OPPOSITION party MDC-T will from today hold its congress in Harare, with the highlight being elections to replace party members that joined MDC-Renewal.
Zimbabwe’s main opposition party MDC-T is about to hold an elective congress. Party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, recently the target of an internal, abortive coup, has told DW he will be standing for re-election.
A MAJOR showdown is looming within the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association after a faction of the former fighters announced that it would march to meet President Robert Mugabe at State House over their welfare and problems rocking the ruling Zanu PF.
KNIVES are out for Zanu PF chairman Simon Khaya Moyo, with some members reportedly pulling all the stops to ensure he does not land the vice-presidency, a position that for long seemed all but in the bag.
Zambia’s Guy Scott became Africa’s first white head of State in 20 years yesterday after the president, Michael “King Cobra” Sata, died in a London hospital aged 77.
OFFICIALS from the MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube (pictured) are reportedly scrambling to retrieve $2 000 bail money, paid for the now acquitted Charles Thomas, who faced treason charges, with the intention of sharing the funds.
BULILIMA East MDC-T members have accused party chairman Lovemore Moyo (pictured) of bringing the party in the district to disrepute.