JOHANNESBURG – If President Robert Mugabe were to die suddenly, Zimbabwe would be in chaos.
That is that is the sentiment from a group of concerned Zimbabweans, who met in Johannesburg on Monday to discuss the country’s future.
They say they would like to see a National Transitional Authority being established, to manage the transition in the event the ailing 92-year-old Zimbabwean president dies.
Liberation struggle activist, Dumiso Dabengwa says the factions that would remain in the ruling Zanu-PF will likely be at each other’s throats.
Dabengwa is also of the view that a movement akin to the Arab Spring is a high possibility in the country.
Wacth Xoli Mngambi’s full report in the video above.