ANC bullish on Zim crisis
“As such we remain committed to extending the space for political dialogue with a view of advancing the social, political and economic interests of the people of Zimbabwe and South Africa, in the context of advancing African unity, and the continuing quest for political and economic emancipation.
“We hope and trust the positive results of our consultation will go a long way in ensuring regional stability and growth in the two countries,” he said further.
“The question of a sister party coming to the country of another sister party to establish bilateral relations with the opposition party is unheard of (as) that can only happen in the context of mediation, and mediation can only occurwith the consent of the conflicting parties.
“To this end, and in pursuit of our widened democratic space, courtesy of the values of the Second Republic, we welcome the proposal by the ANC to engage with other actors within the equation matrix of the said ‘Zimbabwean crises’.