Zim 'would crumble if any other party rules'
29 October 2013, 17:58
Cape Town – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's aide and
staunch Zanu-PF supporter Jabulani Phetshu Sibanda says Zimbabwe would crumble
if any other party came into power, according to a report.
Sibanda, who is Zanu-PF's deputy spokesperson for
Matebeleland South, said his party was set to rule forever as it was "the only
party" that liberated Zimbabwe, reported Southern Eye.
Sibanda said if any other party was to come into power, it would do nothing but draw the country into the
Zanu-PF won the 31 July harmonised elections, a development
that saw the end of a unity government formed in 2009 between Mugabe and the Movement
for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
The election results were, however, rejected by the MDC as a "farce".