In a letter published on his Facebook page, the former president ignores the concerns of many observers about the legitimacy of the 2002 elections.
Opposition leader states that president's wife has taken over in a "palace coup" and no one in government does anything about the country's crisis.
Zimbabwe's main opposition party has said one of its activists was abducted and is blaming Robert Mugabe's government.
Jobs for pals, lack of accountability, the blurring of state and party – déjà vu?
Thabo Mbeki is a hypocrite who preached democracy even as he was subverting it, a seething Morgan Tsvangirai told the Mail & Guardian this week.
MDC-T's Morgan Tsvangirai has chastised the South African government for sweeping the Khampepe report under the carpet.
Opponents of Zimbabwe's main opposition leader say they have been vindicated by his now overweening control of the MDC-T party.
Zimbabwe's opposition party announced a plan for peaceful demonstrations to press long-ruling President Robert Mugabe to accept key reforms.
Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai may want to up his street cred, but he'll have to find a way to leave the house first.
Zimbabwe has thanked President Jacob Zuma and his predecessors for the role they played in resolving Zimbabwe’s decade-long political crisis.
The MDC leader's explanation of his infidelities has been met with both disdain and praise.
Parties have agreed to retain their identities but say they will field only one candidate for president.
The two leaders have been slugging it out since 2002 – and they will be at it again come the elections in 2018.
The MDC leader's decision to expel party rebels after his 'suspension' has led the aggrieved to close ranks towards a merger.
Infighting in Zimbabwe's main opposition party has intensified, with a splinter group announcing it has suspended leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
'Rebels' from the MDC-T are looking to form an alliance against Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF - but without Morgan Tsvangirai.
The MDC leader is trying to prove to supporters, donors – and even to himself – that he is still popular.
Morgan Tsvangirai has elected to bring the party's elective process forward in order to quash internal opposition.
Insiders say the troubled party is being starved of funds to force a change in its leadership.