Zanu PF stets base in South Africa ahead of SADC Summit

HARARE – Zanu (PF) has dispatched a huge delegation to South Africa led by former information minister Jonathan Moyo ahead of the SADC special session on Zimbabwe on Saturday, The Zimbabwe Mail can reveal.

Moyo and his delegation’s mandate, according to sources, are to portray the MDC-T as a violent party and heavy lobbying in the ANC leadership, particularly the Youth league led by Julius Malema in order to put pressure on Jacob Zuma to alienate the MDC-T.

Sources said they would use the murder of Inspector Petros Mutedzi in Glen View two weeks ago.

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A source close to detectives working on the murder case of Mutedzi said all case documents have been turned over to Professor Jonathan Moyo who is said to be working on a power-point presentation to be made to SADC leaders.

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Moyo is said to have instructed ZRP officials at the funeral of Inspector Mutedzi to record every detail of the somber events and interviews conducted with his grieving family members including his wife and children. All the recordings have been decoded into power-point DVDs ready for the SADC summit on Saturday.

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The Zimbabwe Mail is on record saying the police Inspector was killed by members of the State Intelligence hit squads as a ploy to use the tragic event to portray the Movement for Democratic Change as a violent party at the special summit.

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Meanwhile, from his base in South Africa Moyo has already started to discredit the South African leader President Jacob Zuma and Zambian leader Rupiah Banda linking the pair to controversial Zimbabwean loan shark Frank Tawanda Buyanga.

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Moyo has already worked on an article published on the Zimbabwean website newzimbabwe.com about the wealth and antics of a Zimbabwean money laundering businessman, Frank Tawanda Buyanga.

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The article says Buyanga had “links” with South African President Jacob Zuma and African National Congress (ANC) bigwig, Fana Hlongwane, who it says has been subject of a police probe over allegations of arms dealing.

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The website says Buyanga was part of Zuma’s entourage when he toured Russia and China last year.

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In Zambia, he is reportedly in partnership with Zimbabwean businessman Ian Haruperi, said to be a close associate of President Rupiah Banda.

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South African President Jacob Zuma and Zambian leader Rupiah Banda have been at the forefront confronting Robert Mugabe and stopping him in his bid to hold a snap election without electoral and security reforms.