In this Monday, Aug. 8, 2016 file photo, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses party supporters during a gathering to honor the country's dead heroes, at the National Heroes Acre in Harare. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, file)
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While the two sides have traded barbs for months, Tuesday's comments by Jonathan Moyo, an outspoken higher education minister who is linked to the G40 group behind Grace, are the most overt attack on the man assumed to be her biggest rival.Moyo, a senior ZANU-PF official, said in a public statement that Mnangagwa was illegally using the anti-graft commission to further his political career. The commission said it would study Moyo's statement and respond appropriately when it was ready, without specifying when that would be.
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