Former vice president, Joyce Mujuru’s party has urged the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to check on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration which it accuses of human rights abuses.
The National People’s Party said that South Africa could help Zimbabwe to return to normalcy as they share a collective history of fighting white domination. In a statement, Mujuru spokesperson Gift Ndoro said:
Both countries stood by one another in the achieving of the one man one vote revolutionary ideal. Today, your Zimbabwean neighbour is on fire. Human rights abuses, endemic corruption and militarisation of civilian politics is now the order and normalcy of governance.
As we remain in search of answers for our problems back home South Africa; we shall forever call upon for your support on our quest for good governance when our difficulties as a nation are finally tabled either before Sadc or African Union.
NPP believes that its time neighbouring countries should have strength and courage in telling dictatorial regimes that when they want to eat their children; they should stop behaving like a hyena that blames its children for smelling like goats.
The party applauded the South African government for not coercing the electorate into voting against their will.
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