Zimbabwe’s co-vice-president Kembo Mohadi has resigned under pressure from a sex scandal, in which he accused his political enemies of “hacking and cloning” his phone last week. Times Live reports that in his first statement after it was exposed by ZimLIVE, a local online publication, that the former VP had a sexual relationship with a married aide attached to his office and two other women, he said his fate lay with President Emmerson Mnangagwa. However, he has since decided to step down and thanked Mnangagwa, who had given him an “opportunity to serve under his grace for the past three years”. Mohadi said his decision to resign was also because he wanted to dedicate his time to proving that he was a target of political enemies.