Newsday has become adept at creating non-existent plots in MDC, then getting people to comment on them, thus making them seem credible.
This is the case with their story today Tsvangirai Seeing Shadows — Chamisa where the media itself is fomenting "fresh fissures that threaten to tear the MDC apart for the umpteenth time" when in fact there are no such developments on the ground.
The fact that the conspiracy theories are being centred on Nelson Chamisa, who lost in his bid for the Secretary General post in the party, suggests that there are forces who are trying to encourage him to make an illegal bid.
The motives can only be to weaken the MDC which has remained strong which Zanu (PF) faces imminent collapse. It is only idle minds or those who have everything to lose in Zanu (PF)‘s collapse who could be drawn to such an agenda.
That there is nothing on the ground to suggest such a development is clear from the fact that they talk about Chamisa and others wanting to form another party, then they turn around and talk about Chamisa wanting to remove the leadership by calling for another congress. Sound familiar? You are right.