The party constitution was more important in the succession battle for the late Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai than what he said or wanted, a survey by The Insider shows.
Movement for Democratic Change national spokesman Obert Gutu who was expelled from the party today dismissed the expulsion as null and void saying he cannot be fired by an illegitimate president.
The Movement for Democratic Change today expelled vice-president Thokozani Khupe, organising secretary Abednigo Bhebhe and national spokesman Obert Gutu.
Former President Robert Mugabe said he stayed in power for so long because he always listened to the people.
University of Zimbabwe vice-chancellor Levi Nyagura is still reporting for duty because he has not been suspended, Higher Education Minister Amon Murwira told the Senate yesterday.
Zimbabwe Health Minister David Parirenyatwa says negotiations with striking doctors have now reached a critical stage and should now be treated as delicate.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged people not to take former President Robert Mugabe seriously because he is now too old.