Vice-President Joice Mujuru who was unceremoniously squeezed out of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front could be jailed if allegations of corruption levelled against her are proved, President Robert Mugabe said. “Vakaita mhosva chaidzo chaidzo dzecorruption hwabuda humbowo hwakanaka, vachatongwa.
President Robert Mugabe has implicated Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front National chairman Simon Khaya Moyo among those involved in the plot to oust him raising questions about Moyo’s survival in the party leadership.
A remark by President Robert Mugabe when he addressed service chiefs and war veterans yesterday may have been loaded.
President Robert Mugabe has finally come in the open about his deputy, Vice President Joice Mujuru, confirming that his wife Grace was not talking her mind when she blasted Mujuru but his as well.
In what appears to be the biggest clean-up exercise in the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, Mashonaland Central province, the stronghold of Vice-President Joice Mujuru, is reported to have refused to endorse her for the central committee.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa says the in-fighting within the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front which some have said is going to split the party is healthy. “It’s a good thing, it’s democratic,” Chinamasa said in South Africa where he went to address an investment conference organised by the Business Herald.