The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has asked for Zimbabweans to give it a chance to enable it to carry its mandate.
In an interview with Southern Eye, NPRC spokesperson, Charles Masunungure, said:
This is the only opportunity that we have to settle past conflicts when victims are still alive as secondary victims will be less-forgiving and more militant.
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Peace is just not the absence of war and violence but denotes well-being of the people, happy, healthy lives, access to basic services, inclusive of economic growth, a celebration of diversity and differences.
An independent commission like NPRC is best placed to resolve conflicts as it is non-partisan and constitutional.
The NPRC came into being on January 5, 2018, when President Emmerson Mnangagwa signed the NPRC Bill into law.