morgan tsvangirai 23-05-11.jpg MDC-T has once again come under the spotlight from SADC, amid reports that the party’s leader, Mr Morgan Tsvangirai is working in cahoots with his western sponsors to employ all dirty tricks at their disposal to influence the outcome of the Tripartite Summit.

The MDC-T is allegedly mobilising activists both in the country and in South Africa ahead of the summit set for Pretoria next month.

Investigations by ZBC News reveal that the MDC-T is now in a tight corner as the ghost of the Livingstone SADC Troika Summit continues to haunt Mr Tsvangirai for creating false alarm at the Zambia Troika meeting that all was not well in Zimbabwe.

Reports from sources close to the unfolding developments ahead of the next SADC Summit revealed that after realising that he lied to the world during his so called diplomatic offensive, Mr Tsvangirai and his handlers have hatched another plot in which they are mobilising MDC-T activists to converge at the Tripartite Summit in South Africa next month.

The sources said just like in Namibia, the MDC-T plans to continue hiring thugs and the so called civil society in their desperate attempt to influence the thinking of SADC and delay the holding of elections under the existing GPA roadmap.

The civil society organisations, which include Crisis Coalition of Zimbabwe (CCZ) and the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) have in the past been working closely with the MDC-T and in Namibia, the likes of Irene Petras and several MDC-T hooligans tried to disturb the summit but were eventually arrested by the Namibian police.

The MDC-T party is reported to have sponsored the so called crisis coalition groups to Namibia, some who claim to be lawyers for human rights, who were arrested for gate crashing at the Extraordinary Summit in Windhoek.

Analysts are now saying Zimbabwe should not be up for discussion in South Africa next month as there is no need for another road map.

They say what is now needed is the full implementation of the road map leading to elections before the end of this year.