Mr. Mugabe continued his verbal attacks on his deputy, Joice Mujuru, calling her a “thief” who stole diamonds and gold as she planned to overthrow him.
Economist Godfrey Kanyenze of the Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe says the rolling out of the coins was long overdue.
The organization noted that 70 percent of the cases that they are dealing with involve girls between 11 and 14 years.
He said Zanu PF is holding its 6th people’s congress a divided lot after the alleged coup attempts and the purge that followed.
Johnnie Carson says he hopes the infighting in Zanu-PF, will result in a better livelihood for all Zimbabweans.
Honest Makasi, Misheck Gava, and Simbarashe Mugari are being held at the local police station where they are likely to face charges of contravening some sections of POSA.
Zimbabwe Wednesday joined the rest of the world in marking the International Day of Person with Disabilities
Mr. Mugabe made the remarks after apparently being irked by Mrs. Mujuru’s second no-show at the party’s crucial Politburo meeting in Harare.
Besides the alleged coup d'etat by his deputy, Mugabe is facing a more stubborn threat that he cannot eliminate by political retribution - the crumbling national economy.
Witnesses told Studio 7 that five people travelling in a Zanu-PF vehicle threw the fliers inscribed 'Vote of No Confidence Mugabe'.
Eyewitness Charles Nyoni said the activists were taken to a Zanu-PF office along 4th Street where they were thoroughly beaten up with various objects including an iron bar.
Party members said to be backing a faction led by Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa were on the campaign trail Monday urging party supporters to vote out Vice President Joice Mujuru