Talks offer last chance for Zimbabwe

HARARE - The ball is now firmly in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s court to ensure that his mooted dialogue with opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and other key stakeholders kicks off soon, and in earnest — without allowing hardliners in Zanu PF to once again sabotage the process, analysts say.


Comments (4)

But how can you have dialogue with puppets who are campaigning for sanctions against their own country? MDC must denounce sanctions first in public and pay for all costs of vandalism and looting which they have been perpetrating since last year.

Ndiani Ndiani - 24 January 2019

Va Chamisawo musabva manyanyoratidza kuti muri very hungry for power zveku sacrificer nyika yacho kuti mungotonga chete..Baba ingovaiwo accommodative ku opposiyion bcoz varikowo vwne musoro

BlessedBounceBackeR - 24 January 2019

Daily News, please go back to the basics of journalism. The most vital one is the TRUTH. Where and when did Mnangagwa ever say he is inviting Chamisa. If you want to write comments, make it clear they are comments. Do not editorialize stories. Mnangagwa says he is ready for dialogue with political and religious groups - all of them - not Chamisa.

Chris Anold Msipa - 24 January 2019

What so special about power-hungry and quisling Chamisa? He has to attend the mooted talks alongside the likes of Egypt Dzinemunhenzva, Ms Khupe, Obert Gutu, Lovemore Moyo, that Basket guy from Masvingo, Mrs Mujuru and many others

Humpty Good - 24 January 2019

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