Harare-Zimbabwean from across the political divide have applauded efforts by Church organisations to bring together political parties for a National dialogue that is meant to bring sanity to the country’s socio-economic crisis.
On Thursday, church and political converged in Harare seeking to create a platform for dialogue on the current political and socio-economic crisis.
The meeting was attended by MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa, whilst President Emmerson Mnangagwa was represented by Defence Minister Oppah Muchinguri.
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