Why miffed Mugabe wants ‘Tyson’ out
President Robert Mugabe was influenced to turn against Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere after being lobbied by a businessman close to his wife and a State House official angered by a $20 million land deal that turned sour, The Standard exclusively reveals today.
Kasukuwere, the Zanu PF commissar, could lose his party position after his rivals launched a vicious attack against him that culminated in a demonstration against him and his brother Dickson Mafios in Bindura last week.
He is accused of corruption and plotting to topple Mugabe, allegations the minister vehemently denies.
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