Call for an extraordinary summit to resolve xenophobic attacks: ED Told.
President Mnangagwa has been asked by Southern African People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) to call an extraordinary summit to resolve a new wave of xenophobic attacks that have hit South Africa.
News Zimbabwe reported. ED urged to call the summit in his capacity as the chairperson of regional bloc Sadc’s Organ on Politics, Defence and Security. In a statement the pressure group said:
Therefore, SAPSN calls upon: the SADC Chair on regional body’s Organ on Politics, Defence and Security, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, His Excellency Emmerson Mnangagwa to call for an extraordinary meeting to execute the organ’s mandate on mediating in the affairs of member states that face instability.
Mnangagwa this week urged the South African Government to “use a bit of force” to quell Xenophobia which has since left a trail of distraction and 5 bodies so far.
Mugabe on Tekere’s burial: The dead do not decide where they are buried
Zimbabwe’s founding leader, the late Robert Mugabe is reported to have remarked that the dead do not decide where they are buried.
These remarks are said to have been directed to former ZANU PF Secretary General, Edgar Tekere who had died. Tekere had repeatedly said that he…MORE HERE.