Mnangagwa Dialogue Participants To Visit Cyclone Idai Survivors

Political party leaders who are participating in dialogue initiated by President Mnangagwa will visit the survivors of Cyclone Idai together.

This was announced by Mnangagwa during a briefing after a meeting at State House in Harare. The 18 political parties who attended the meeting appointed chairman of the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) Justice Selo Nare and chairperson of the Gender Commission, Margaret Sangarwe Mkahanana, as co-chairs of National Dialogue. Said Mnangagwa:

We have agreed that in the course of next week all the political parties participating in dialogue shall all be brought together to visit affected areas in Chimanimani and Chipinge. I think this is a very good idea.

Cyclone Idai has claimed over 100 lives with thousands of homes destroyed.

More: Herald

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National Peace and Reconciliation CommissionChimanimaniSelo Nare

President Emmerson Mnangagwa signed the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Bill (NPRC) into law on the 5th of January 2018, making operational the Commission that was appointed in 2016. The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) main tasks are to promote national healing, peace, and... Read More About National Peace and Reconciliation Commission

Chimanimani is a Town located in Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe. Read More About Chimanimani

Selo Maselo Nare is a Zimbabwean Legal Practioner, Retired Justice and he was appointed Chairman of the Peace and Reconciliation Commission in February 2018 by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.Nare is a council member of the Gwanda State University. Read More About Selo Nare

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