MDC leader, Morgan Tsvangirai still has faith in local hospitals, despite him being rushed to South Africa for treatment.
“Morgan Tsvangirai has faith in local health institutions and his going to South Africa was from recommendations from local doctors,” his spokesman Luke Tamborinyoka said.
Tsvangirai is on record saying Mugabe should use local health facilities as opposed to outside facilities to save taxpayers’ money.
Tamborinyoka said his boss was now in a stable condition and should be flying home soon. “He is still being monitored, but he is very stable. I spoke to him
yesterday . He will be home very soon,” Tamborinyoka told Newsday.
Tsvangirai was rushed to South Africa last week for urgent medical attention, although the party declined to disclose the nature of his ailment. But his decision to seek treatment in South Africa caused a storm back home, with his critics equating him to Zanu PF leader, President Robert Mugabe who frequently seeks medical treatment in Asia.