MDC-T leader, Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has admitted a high degree of factionalism within his movement in his book launched late last year.
In the book, Mr Tsvangirai also attacked a member of his National Executive, Mr Gift Chimanikire and Professor Welshman Ncube, leader of another MDC formation.
Entitled â€œAt the Deep End,â€ Mr Morgan Tsvangiraiâ€™s book has been interpreted by different quarters as a vindication of long held claims that the MDC-T has thrived on foreign funding.
Though the MDC-T leader tries hard to downplay the foreign hand in the affairs of the party, he does so with very little success.
The admission that the Westminster Foundation provided Â£12 000 for what Tsvangirai calls â€œtraining of our election agentsâ€ gives a glimpse of why the nation should be wary of foreign penetrations and a desire to influence elections outcome in Zimbabwe.
Prime Minister Tsvangiraiâ€™s book also makes a very good attempt of denigrating former and current party members like Professor Welshman Ncube and the formationâ€™s national executive member, Mr Gift Chimanikire.
Ncube is described as a superb boardroom idealist lacking grassroots insight, while Chimanikire is portrayed as a victim of machinations of the Ncube camp with him not realising that.
In short, the book is a chronicle of events that led to the destruction of the Zimbabwean economy, an assault on peopleâ€™s livelihoods through illegal sanctions and an illegal regime change agenda through foreign intervention.