Chamisa, Mnangagwa In Indirect Talks To End Political Stalemate, Report Claims

A Daily News report claims that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition MDC president Nelson Chamisa have started indirect talks to unlock the country’s political logjam.

These reports, if confirmed, would bring hope to millions of long-suffering Zimbabweans who have had to deal with acute shortages of fuel and medicines among other things and a high cost of living.

Historically, Zimbabwe has had periods of relative calm and prosperity whenever polarised politicians have come together to resolve whatever differences they could have. The 1987 Unity Accord between ZANU PF and PF ZAPU in 1987 and the Government of National Unity between ZANU PF and MDC-T in 2009 were followed by a period of relative prosperity.


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2 comments on “Chamisa, Mnangagwa In Indirect Talks To End Political Stalemate, Report Claims

  1. Its healthy for the nation when two main political leaders can have a dialogue pertaining the development of the nation. In other countries political parties resort to war to solve their disputes so this development is highly welcome.

  2. End of stalemate means end of recolonization of Africans, Zimbabweans by their fellowman ; former revolutionaries,, it means the rise of Zimbabwe from this inflicted setback……hatred, self-centredness and arrogance on the part of the Zimbabwe revolutionary lagery has cost this nation for generations and if not remedied through such constructive round table debates, the dream of a prosperous and peaceful Zimbabwe and Africa should be forgotten.

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