Mnangagwa Dialogue Falling Apart As More Politicians Walk Away

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's national dialogue is increasingly losing relevance as more presidential candidates are walking away. Violet Mariyacha, leader of the less known United Democracy Movement, is the latest opposition leader to dump the dialogue process, joining other opposition leaders who have either ditched Mnangagwa or refused to be part of a process for what they think were not sincere discussions.

President Mnangagwa (wearing scarf) poses for a group photograph with some leaders of opposition political parties that contested the July 30, 2018 presidential elections (file photo).


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