By Prof Jonathan Moyo MP
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AFTER two months of groping in the shadows of the polarised and polarising Zanu PF and MDC politics, in what is arguably the last Sadc initiative to resolve the Zimbabwean crisis before the March 2008 general election, President Thabo Mbeki's Sadc-mandated mediation team led by Sydney Mufamadi must now specifically spotlight its effort on the proposed 18th constitutional amendment that is about to be gazetted by the beleaguered authorities in Harare.
|"SA mediators should dissuade Zanu PF and the MDC from their polarising politics of asserting each other's alleged illegitimacy as either violent puppets masquerading as democrats or violent electoral thieves masquerading as nationalist revolutionaries"|
|PROF JONATHAN MOYO|
Peace and Tranquility???