OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday reported for work at the party headquarters in Harare following a month-long break due to ill-health.
Tsvangirai’s spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka said his boss held several meetings with various party organs to keep himself abreast with developments in the party.
“He is back at work and had a normal working day today (yesterday) which means he is now in fine health,” Tamborinyoka said.
“He held several meetings with various party officials to get updates on various issues.”
Tsvangirai had to miss two key campaign rallies in Harare last month after his doctors recommended that he takes a bed rest due to an undisclosed ailment.
He was later hospitalised for two days at a private city hospital, but the matter sparked wild speculation with the media and his political opponents claiming that the former Premier could have been affected by deep divisions within his party and family.
At party level, Tsvangirai is fighting with “fired” secretary-general Tendai Biti for control of party assets. His marriage to Elizabeth Macheka had been reportedly facing turbulent times, but she stood by him last week when he was discharged from hospital.