Zanu-PF to probe top officials
The govt believes insiders allegedly supplied info to popular anti-Zanu-PF blog Baba Jukwa.
JOHANNESBURG - State media in Zimbabwe on Tuesday reported that President Robert Mugabe's party is scheduled to begin probing some top officials.
This after officials allegedly supplied information to hugely popular anti-Zanu-PF blog Baba Jukwa.
Party officials admit that some of the reports carried on Baba Jukwa's Facebook page were accurate.
Zanu-PF now wants to know who is passing secrets on.
Many believed Baba Jukwa was a ruling party insider, given the accuracy of some of his information.
Pictures also showed the blogger's close proximity to senior Zanu-PF officials.
The party now appears confident it has unmasked the brains behind Baba Jukwa.
Two Zimbabwean journalists based in South Africa have denied any involvement with Baba Jukwa, a blog now being called Zimbabwe's Julian Assange.
Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa told the_ Herald _newspaper on Tuesday that officials had supplied information to the Facebook page.
Spokesperson Rugare Gumbo says investigations will be intensive.