tsvangiraim.jpgMDC-T party grandstanding style has been exposed with sources close to the unfolding events in South Africa indicating that Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai will once again come under the spotlight from SADC leaders, amid reports that he is  mobilising several activists to disturb the Zimbabwe roadmap negotiations to be held in Pretoria this weekend.

Reports trickling in from South Africa ahead of the SADC summit to discuss the Zimbabwe roadmap on elections reveal that the MDC-T has been holding a series of meetings with its western sponsors based in South Africa, the dubious Zimbabwe Crisis Coalition and several activists aimed at disturbing negotiations on roadmap for elections that is expected to be held this year.

The South Africa meeting will be held on the sidelines of the tripartite COMESA, SADC and EAC summit.

Sources close to the development in South Africa said after sensing the danger of being embarrassed by Zanu PF following Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai’s lies to the SADC Troika on Defence and Politics in Livingstone Zambia, the MDC-T has planned to hold demonstrations and make noise to disturb the negotiations in Pretoria.

The move by MDC-T to mobilise activists and the grandstanding by Finance Minister Tendai Biti of alleged bombings at his home ahead of the summit is said to have not gone down well with some members of SADC, already dismissing it as another attempt to give a false impression to regional leaders that all is not well in Zimbabwe.

The sources say with SADC well aware of the inaccuracies that contaminated the Livingstone summit it will not tolerate any nonsense this time around like the case of Biti’s suicidal attempt to bomb himself as evidence of violence in the country.

Observers however reminded Mr. Tsvangirai that what goes around comes around and that whether Biti was bombed or bombed himself as MDC-T’s ploy to cover face of the murdering of police Inspector Petros Mutedza by suspected MDC-T Party youths, SADC will be there not to be fooled again.

Meanwhile, ZANU PF has dispatched an advanced high powered delegation to South Africa on a mission to set the record straight on the situation in Zimbabwe ahead of the summit.