When the team decided to boycott its Afcon send-off event earlier this week, the Zimbabwe Football Association was embarrassed and so too was the leadership of the country.
The MDC-T is expected to lead that protest, the programme for which will likely be articulated by its leader Morgan Tsvangirai in Harare on Saturday.
In the aftermath of those protest, there have been several reports of gunfire, arrests and outright bullying from the police.
Armed police and over 200 members of Zimbabwe’s main opposition party MDC-T clashed in the Harare CBD in front of the venue where a SADC summit was underway.
Harare – The leader for the Zimbabwean Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) Morgan Tsvangirai on Monday warned of a “coup” plot against him. The opposition leader was speaking at a sparsely attended rally in Glen Norah, Harare, reported the Zimbabwean Herald on Monday. This, after his loyalists’ assaulted senior party officials who called for a…