8 Sep
Zimbabwe’s draft constitution remains in limbo | Mail & Guardian
By Ray Ndlovu
But the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) wants to put it to a referendum.
Political observers have interpreted this as a sign that Zanu-PF will spurn the mediation efforts led by the Southern African Development Community and South African President Jacob Zuma. Earlier this year, Mugabe said his party reserved the right to reject Zuma as the SADC facilitator if he showed “any bias”.
FULL ARTICLE (Mail & Guardian)
Photo: Jesse B. Awalt, U.S. Navy/Wikimedia Commons

Zimbabwe’s draft constitution remains in limbo | Mail & Guardian

By Ray Ndlovu

But the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) wants to put it to a referendum.

Political observers have interpreted this as a sign that Zanu-PF will spurn the mediation efforts led by the Southern African Development Community and South African President Jacob Zuma. Earlier this year, Mugabe said his party reserved the right to reject Zuma as the SADC facilitator if he showed “any bias”.

FULL ARTICLE (Mail & Guardian)

Photo: Jesse B. Awalt, U.S. Navy/Wikimedia Commons

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