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Secret meetings, factionalism and internal squabbling ravage Zanu-PF district in South Africa

Zanu-PF Sandton branch accuses SA district chairman of clandestine meetings with G40 politicians The Sunday Express Open fighting, allegations of corruption and alleged dysfunctionality in the structures Zanu-PF in South Africa - have been laid bare for all to see this week after Zanu-PF Sandton branch Chairman Simba Chitando released a damning letter, castigating the leadership of Zanu-PF South Africa Chairman Gift Kangausaru. The letter - which Adv Chitando released on Saturday morning - said that he had received evidence that Kangausaru was conducting clandestine meetings with Zimbabwe's G40 kingpin Saviour Kasukuwere at undisclosed venues in South Africa - on unspecified business. These revelations point to a bigger struggle for power and evidence of factional battles for territory playing out in Zanu-PF South Africa district - with the Zanu-PF Sandton branch proving to be the lightning rod in the affairs of Zimbabwe's ruling party in the diaspora - and especially in South Africa. The letter said that Advocate Chitando is in possession of the letter written by Zanu-PF Mzansi District Chairman Gift Kangausaru on January 3 which slammed the Sandton branch - and which Chitando rejected "null and void, ultra vires, and that nobody should pay cognisance of it." (read

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