Tsvangirai Ends Zimbabwe Boycott
Zimbabwe’s prime minister has ended his boycott of the country’s unity cabinet, saying he wants to give the body time to work out its difficulties.
Morgan Tsvangirai boycotted the government three weeks ago after accusing the country’s president, Robert Mugabe, of not implementing the power-sharing agreement and sanctioning the harassment of opposition MDC supporters.
Tsvangirai’s decision on Thursday followed a meeting in Maputo, Mozambique, with members of the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
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