They say the party should manage its succession debate well as the current factionalism crippling it may get out of hand.
MDC-T president, Morgan Tsvangirai, and his deputy, Thokozani Khuphe, and party chairman Lovemore Moyo are all unopposed.
Director Nhlanhla Ngwenya says Zimbabweans are capable of running commercial and community radio stations though the stagnant economy can affect their operations.
'Whether it is in Africa, or whether it is outside of Africa, if the parameters of my intervention is legally met, within the Rome Statute framework, I will intervene.'
During her 'meet the people' rallies recently, First Lady Grace Mugabe, urged the deputy president to step down before the elective congress in December.
Zanu-PF insiders said that those aligned to Mr. Mnangagwa are moving in to suspend provincial chairpersons said to be aligned to the Mujuru faction.
A senior state official told a MISA–Zimbabwe broadcasting conference that the ministry will have to vet the sources of funding for local radio stations.
The state controlled media, in its reporting, dubbed Thursday the “D-Day” for Mrs. Mujuru following protests seeking her immediate resignation by supporters of the Mnangagwa faction.
Reacting to the court outcome, ruling African National Congress secretary general Gwede Mantashe said the judgement will be difficult to implement.
The 28-member block has maintained targeted sanctions against President Robert Mugabe and his inner circle.
Tsvangirai says it is not helpful to blame the opposition for failing to take advantage of the Zanu-PF crisis.
The junior and middle level doctors in government hospitals are demanding a review of their salaries and better working conditions.