‘Outsiders won’t dictate Zim talks’… ED thunders, as Zanu PF’s attitude hardens
“Furthermore, the solidarity between our party Zanu PF and sister revolutionary parties and governments in the region continues to be our line of defence against detractors who are bent on reversing the gains of our independence through neo-colonial narratives,” Mnangagwa said further.
The group, referred to as the Zimbabwe Working Group, said Zimbabwe’s crises would only be ended by dialogue and reforms, and not repression.
“These steps would make clear to Zanu PF that only an end to repression and respect for human rights can put Zimbabwe back on a track towards peace, democracy and renewed development.
Speaking at a Polad meeting, he said the door remained open for MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa and others who had snubbed the platform to join him there and work together to deal with Zimbabwe’s problems.