Movement Democratic Change(MDC-T) President and Zimbabwe Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai on Monday met the Southern African Development Community (SADC) chair, Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba at State House in Windhoek, to brief him on the deteriorating political situation in Zimbabwe.

MDC T insiders said on Tuesday Tsvangirai briefed the SADC chair on the dysfunctionality in government and the violence, repression and outright contempt by ZANU PF to its coalition partners.

“The Namibian President thanked the President (Tsvangirai) for briefing him, reiterating that it would be a sad development if the SADC-brokered coalition government were to collapse,” said the MDC T in a brief statement to the media.

“President Pohamba said he would be attending the SADC troika in Livingstone, Zambia, where Zimbabwe and Madagascar are on the agenda,” it added.

Meanwhile, Tsvangirai leaves for the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Wednesday for talks with President Joseph Kabila. On the same day, he will meet President Jakaya Kikwete in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania before proceeding to Zambia for the troika summit on Thursday.