President Robert Mugabe THE ruling ZANU-PF party failed to produce resolutions at its recent conference as fears mounted that members would sharply disagree due to escalating internal fissures, which could have uncontrollably boiled over in the event of conflicting views on any declaration, the Financial Gazette can report. As highlighted by the Financial Gazette last week, the decision was apparently made to prevent the party from a potential split, which could have ensued from resolutions pitting one faction against the other. Last week’s conference was held against the background of agitation by the ZANU-PF Women’s League for a quota allowing one of its members to occupy the presidium. The move, which was supported by a group…