Zuma’s facilitation team expected in Harare this week

South African President Jacob Zuma’s facilitation team is expected in Harare this week, to reportedly once again engage parties in the Global Political Agreement (GPA).

Lindiwe Zulu
Lindiwe Zulu

SW Radio Africa is reliably informed the facilitation team is expected in Harare before Friday. The team, comprising Charles Nqakula, Mac Maharaj, (Zuma’s new spokesman) and Lindiwe Zulu, is to meet with party negotiators and possibly the three principals to the unity government.

The visit by Zuma’s team is a follow up to a SADC special summit on Zimbabwe in Johannesburg last month at which they mandated the Troika Organ on Security and Defence to speed up the full implementation of the GPA by the warring parties.

The three parties to the GPA were given up to mid next month when the next SADC meeting is held, to implement the GPA in full.

The Sandton summit also resolved that the inclusive government should complete all the steps necessary for the drawing up of a new constitution.

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