As the body of Zimbabwe's main opposition leader awaits repatriation home for burial, his party already faces nasty power struggles to replace a man praised by both allies and rivals for his tenacious fight for democracy.
Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare.
His death leaves Zimbabwe's opposition in disarray with the first post-Mugabe elections approaching.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a longtime Mugabe ally, says in a statement that consultations are underway about what the government can do to "accord the late departed befitting honor". "We need fair, free and credible elections this year".
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Tsvangirai, a former trade union stalwart and leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), pulled out of an election run-off in 2008 following a flare-up in violence which claimed at least 200 opposition supporters.
The opposition party once posed the sternest challenge to former leader Mugabe and his ruling ZANU-PF party since the southern African nation's independence from white minority rule in 1980.
Mnangagwa told journalists that Tsvangirai wanted to ensure that Zimbabwe was a democratic state.
Tsvangirai's friends from Zambia and Namibia attended the memorial service. "We will always remember him".