Zimbabweans Pay Their Respects to Morgan Tsvangirai

SABC Digital News
SABC Digital News
Publication Date:
19 February 2018
Zimbabwe, Governance

Zimbabwe opposition MDC-T interim leader Nelson Chamisa has appealed for tolerance as the party bids farewell to its late founder Morgan Tsvangirai. Chamisa - one of three vice presidents who have been jostling for power since Tsvangirai fell ill, spoke at the memorial service at Freedom Square in Harare. Opposition leaders in South Africa also paid tribute.


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