Posted: July 12, 2012 in Uncategorized


Public reluctance to engage on key Global Political Agreement (GPA) issues might cost us in future. Some reports about Zimbabwe will make you think we are heading for hell.

 While there are public discussions amongst politicians on the GPA issues, I get the feeling that the same discussions are lacking among the general public. It’s rare on public forums like Facebook and Twitter to see us substantially engaging on what is the real status of key issues in the GPA letter. So much is being said about a few outstanding issues but less is said about whether rest of the agreements are making a change for the better as we all were hoping. From this, I would like to share my understanding of the agreements and please feel free to engage me if I am inaccurate or you disagree.

 My understanding of the GPA

 15 September this year will…

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