Zanu PF wary of G40 resurgence . . . as party’s DCC elections prove to be highly-divisive
“There are some G40 elements who are trying to come back, but we are strictly vetting the CVs. We are going to look at each CV as we want to deal with these elements.
Also this week, Zanu PF national commissar Victor Matemadanda warned of stern action against Zanu PF officials wishing to interfere with the DCC elections.
Recently, the Daily News reported that there was serious jostling for posts along factional lines, with this said to be most rife in Mashonaland East, Mashonaland Central and the Midlands.
“They need to find common ground on that to make the ANC’s work easier. We can blame this group or that group, but I don’t want to do that because what is important, for the sake of progress, is that they must find each other.
The then VP’s fate was eventually sealed on November 6, 2017 when Mugabe fired his long-time lieutenant a few days after his allies had booed the irascible Grace during a tense rally at White City Stadium in Bulawayo.