Tsvangirai succession battle gets uglier

HARARE - There are growing worries within the MDC that the party is close to completely scuttling its electoral prospects in this year’s crunch national elections — amid revelations that the camp loyal to under-fire vice president Thokozani Khupe may be planning to boot out of the party newly-installed leader, Nelson Chamisa.

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Comments (6)

I do not understand your story, How can Chamisa be booted out yet he was nominated by all members of the Executive and National council who were there in meeting 5 times to confirm it. Only Khupe and her thugs are the only ones complaining so how can he be booted out?

Joey Mamvura - 11 March 2018

Mamvura,it means the two camps are finally parting ways;we too do not know exactly again,what will happen with the rank & file of the party;may b some of the disgruntled Harare rank & file will leave with the khupe camp together with the matabele main land;and also the Chamisa matabeleland sympathizers might also revert to Harare within no time

addmore gudo - 11 March 2018

5 times, someone is trying too hard, I smell a rotten fish!

Tafadzwa Mazarura - 11 March 2018

Remember MDC-T and MDC-Alliance are two different parties with different manifestos. It's getting more exciting, I am looking forward to see both parties on the ballot paper and sincerely hope MDC-T prevails!

Tafadzwa Mazarura - 11 March 2018

The opposition in Zimbabwe is disjointed, dis-organised and lacks credibility. It will fail miserably at the next elections.

citizen - 11 March 2018

There goes "SHAYISANO POLITICS" again. Disintegrate and they all lose out. Let Khupe sabotage Chamisa OR Chamisa fire Khupe, and they both won't get majority in parly. So what,,,, hehehe maGraduate anodofora so!

Komrade - 11 March 2018

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