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Vol 51 No 13

Published 25th June 2010


Diplomacy by other means

Harare’s foreign policy is splitting at the seams – and so is the awkward ZANU-PF-MDC coalition

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma is beginning to tire of the political impasse in Harare. We hear that Zuma’s office has just sent a stern note to the three principals of 2008’s Global Political Agreement (GPA) – Robert Mugabe, Arthur Mutambara and Morgan Tsvangirai – firmly setting out the limits of South Africa’s mediating role if the parties do not keep to their undertakings.

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