Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai urged his supporters at a rally in Norton to tolerate each other because the party was against violence. “If the fury you show on fellow supporters is shown on ZANU-PF, we would win,” he said. “We don’t need violence that does not bring food to the table.” He was commenting after a fracas in which youth leaders from Chitungwiza tried to bar provincial chairman and legislator Alexio Musundire from addressing the people. They accused Musundire of siding with ousted secretary-general Tendai Biti. Organising secretary, Nelson Chamisa had to intervene and called on the people to decide on the leadership at the congress. The MDC has called for a special congress in October to elect a new leadership following pressure for a leadership renewal. Those who had teamed up with Biti argue that they will not participate in the congress because it is merely there to endorse Tsvangirai as leader.