Zimbabwe's Chamisa Ready to Talk - But Wants Army Off The Streets

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has repeated his commitment to talks with President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Speaking in Harare at a breakfast prayer meeting, he said however that it needed to be acknowledged that the national impasse stemmed from the disputed 2018 elections. He said: "We cannot have dialogue when other people are in prison and others are wailing on account of politics...".

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    263Chat, 7 February 2019

    The opposition MDC President Nelson Chamisa who snubbed President Emmerson Mnangagwa's inaugural dialogue meeting at State House yesterday said he is ready to meet the Zanu PF… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   ED, Chamisa Commit to Dialogue

    The Herald, 8 February 2019

    PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday reiterated that his door was open for dialogue to move the country forward and benefit Zimbabweans, in line with his approach for a broad-based and… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   National Dialogue Prayer Meeting

    New Zimbabwe, 8 February 2019

    LOCAL church groups and religious organisations Thursday held a national dialogue prayer meeting which was attended by MDC leader Nelson Chamisa but snubbed by President Emmerson… Read more »

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