Details of Zimbabwe deal begin to emerge

Any deal reached in the chaotic African nation is only likely to be as strong as the commitment made by the parties involved, writes Gretchen Wilson in Johannesburg.

13th September, 2008

Any deal reached in the chaotic African nation is only likely to be as strong as the commitment made by the parties involved, writes Gretchen Wilson in Johannesburg.

Zimbabwe’s arch political rivals will sign a historic power-sharing agreement tomorrow - but only after the pomp and circumstance will they outline the plan to manage the country in harmony.

The pact comes after nearly two months of stop-go negotiations between president Robert Mugabe and...

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