Tsvangirai to make first public appearance since health scare
Morgan Tsvangirai was discharged from a Johannesburg hospital last week and has been recovering at an undisclosed location.
JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change has announced that its leader Morgan Tsvangirai will make his first public address on Sunday since his health scare last month.
Tsvangirai was airlifted to South Africa from Harare a few weeks ago after he experienced severe vomiting.
There were also reports that the presidential hopeful was on life support, although the party denied the claims.
Tsvangirai was discharged from a Johannesburg hospital last week and has been recovering at an undisclosed location.
The party's deputy president Nelson Chamisa says Tsvangirai will be addressing his supporters from Zimbabwean radio station Studio 7 on Sunday.
“President of opposition Morgan Tsvangirai is very well, very much out of danger. And of course, as we have indicated, true to form, he is more worried about the debilitating economic situation in the country and the continuing political crisis.”