Insiders from both camps yesterday confirmed to NewsDay that the two opposition leaders were edging towards a deal with ZimPF spokesperson, Jealousy Mawarire, acknowledging his party was involved in coalition talks with the MDC-T, but declined to disclose more details for fear of jeopardising negotiations while MDC-T vice-president, Nelson Chamisa said the party’s leadership would be meeting its structures soon to appraise them on the coalition discussions.
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Tsvangirai last week scoffed at the talks held in Cape Town, South Africa, saying he preferred home-grown solutions without influence from outsiders. The talks in Cape Town were attended by leaders of MDC, Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe, People’s Democratic Party, Zapu, Mavambo/Kusile/Dawn, Zanu Ndonga and Zunde, among others.