WASHINGTON DC —
Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai is back at work and says "it feels good to be back at work".
But Tsvangirai he hinted at boycotting future by elections to force President Robert Mugabe’s ruling Zanu-PF to introduce electoral reform.
Tsvangirai has been ill for the past two weeks and there was a lot of media hype about this. Some media outlets claimed that he had a terminal illness and that he was so broke that he had to sneak out of a medical centre in the capital, Harare, without paying his bill.
A few days ago, there were even reports that he had been airlifted to Botswana as his health had reportedly taken a turn for the worse.
In an exclusive interview with VOA Studio 7, Tsvangirai talks about his health, state of his party and the growing economic crisis in the country.
More details to follow …