"... Yes we do agree with the U.S assessment to the effect that the political situation in Zimbabwe is far from being stable, that there continues to be some human rights violations and that the Zanu PF regime remains a rogue regime.”
Speaking on national television Thursday, Mr. Mugabe said it was up to his party to pick his successor when he decides to leave office.
But others say the restrictive measures are not having any impact on the president and his colleagues.
.S ambassador to Zimbabwe, Harry K. Thomas Jnr said President Barack Obama’s government was committed to helping vulnerable Zimbabweans.
Several Zanu PF officials have been expelled from the party as factionalism ravages the former liberation movement.
"I really don't know where the family or the president and his wife want to take this country to,” Mujuru said. “But the end result is they are actually destroying ZANU PF, they are destroying the revolution.
"I have determined that it is necessary to continue this national emergency and to maintain in force the sanctions ..."
Beven Chihuri of Mabvuku said indications are that Mrs. Mujuru has what it takes to wrestle power from President Robert Mugabe come elections.
Parliamentary Budget Committee chairman,David Chapfika of Zanu PF there has been extensions to the program without any tangible benefits.
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