Paul Nyathi | Zimbabwe’s ZANU PF and South Africa’s ANC have issued a joint communique where the two ruling parties in their respective countries agreed that there is no crisis in Zimbabwe but just a combination of challenges that are similar to all other countries.
The joint communiqué was read by Zanu PF secretary for Administration Obert Mpofu, after the meeting between the two parties, resolved “to have vigilance over fake news and social media agenda-setting for the two parties.
Addressing journalists after the meeting, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule expressed concern over the manner in which social media was being used to set the agenda on the continent and called upon the two countries to take control of their destinies by way of controlling natural resources.
The meeting was attended by Zanu PF Politburo and Central Committee members, who included Mpofu, Patrick Chinamasa, Simbarashe Mumbengegwi, July Moyo, Sibusiso Moyo and Ziyambi Ziyambi.
The ANC delegates who attended were the party’s national executive council members, namely Lindiwe Zulu, Mapisa Ngakhula, Nomvula Mokonyane, Enock Godongwana, Tony Yengeni and Dakota Lekgoete.
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