Motlanthe Commission calls for talks

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his main political rival, Nelson Chamisa, are being pushed into negotiations by the Commission of Inquiry into the politically-motivated violence of August 1, 2018, which claimed the lives of six innocent civilians.
 

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Comments (8)

mr motlante has embarrased africa as a whole he has failed in his duty as a respected elder to investigate what he should have done pictures are there world wide we dont hear her blaming zim army its embarrassing why south africa wants zim exploited it was some gvt which montlante represents thats wants protect mugabes from persecution after he committed attrocities by signing a law at AU ZIM ARMY shoot and killed innocent civillians how blind is this commission is it tyrant protects tyrant where is justice

DAVID - 20 December 2018

Mollante was appointed using a tainted parameter which constrained his freedom. This was compounded by a partisan CIO managed and controlled secretariat. I submit that he did an excellent job using his tied hands. The energy to move forward, the momentum to resolve Zimbabwe's problems must come from us Zimbabweans. At the moment our Zanu pf counterparts are still enjoying their farms, command agriculture fruits, new vehicles, wild life safaris, partisan food aid and tons of propaganda. The day they will ask for answers as to such questions as to why life under His Excellency President Mugabe was far better than life under the new dispensation, perhaps EDM will get the courage and resolve to appoint a team of non-partisan advisers and act on such advice. As for now it is wild parties in ZANU pf while the nation languishes in queues.

New Dispensation - 20 December 2018

Yes six people have be killed during demo but now more 150 people had dead through accidents on our roads and more will die this season. why are people action on blinding eye on issue that is threating our country.Let us focus on job creation,poverty reduction,better health for all,road expansion, price and wage stability. Gukurahundi, murambastvina,2008, smart coup, 01 August are all history.

Voice - 20 December 2018

> its a tragedy that people died during the incited criminal riots > its equally a tragedy that you have in this country opposition politics that seeks to divide people > embarrassing that we have such selfish opposition leadership

chokwadi chinorwadza - 20 December 2018

I think the nation must just accept the Report and move forward. We have a long journey to travel towards rebuilding this economy. The MDC has been blamed for inciting rioters and the military has also been blamed for using excessive force on rioters. These are the facts coming from the probe and we cannot continue to play the blame game. Justice will take its course while we are doing other national duties.

John Sigauke - 20 December 2018

What's embarassing is the attempt to deflect blame. Zanu ordered the massacre of its people because they were scared of an insurrection. It doesn't matter whether they were rioting or not. Section 86 (3) of the constitution says no killing. Period. The paid Zanuoids on these comment section seem to have forgotten that. Who ordered the killing, who pulled the trigger. Period.

Moe Syszlack - 20 December 2018

David writes that the Commission was biased because it did not blame the Army for the shootings. They did. It is clear that David has not read the report. SAD.

sam - 21 December 2018

The comments above testify the findings of the Commission that Zim is a polarised state. The Headline says Mothlante calls for Talks, why people should go on a charade of name calling beats me. We need to start from here and heed Mothlante's calls and talk on how we ourselves can extricate us from the never ending morass.

Kambiri - 21 December 2018

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