Tsvangirai's ex breaks silence

HARARE – Despite their acrimonious break-up about five years ago, Morgan Tsvangirai’s former lover Locadia Karimatsenga no longer bears any grudges against the former prime minister and, in fact, now yearns to see the MDC leader back to full fitness, the Daily News can exclusively report.

Opening up for the first time on her much-publicised relationship with Tsvangirai which ended in 2012, Karimatsenga revealed that she has totally forgiven the ailing former trade unionist for everything she held against him, adding that any differences she may have had with the MDC leader were now water under the bridge.

* See more details in today’s paper...

Comments (4)

Please assist, where exactly in Rosebank, South Africa can i get i copy of today's copy?

takudzwa - 25 October 2017

Hahaha, this woman is a joke. If you've forgiven him, can you also return the money you extorted from him? And while you're at it, can you divulge those who assisted you during your public humiliation of the man who only tried to give the lot of Zimbabweans a better life away from Zanu PF rule? You see, some people are happy with status quo, when you're doing all these things, you are fearful of your life and want to better your own only. Others wanted to better for everyone and you were the vehicle used to block that. So forgive MT, you say? It should be Zimbabweans forgiving you!!

Kwidz - 25 October 2017

Kwidz you are right, Zimbabweans will not forgive this woman , she has to beg Save in front of national TV while we all see and hear otherwise in the new Zimbabwe we do not want to see this whore.

dick Mbolton - 25 October 2017

Never thought some people could be this desperate for publicity.

Yuwi Zvangu - 25 October 2017

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