Zimbabwe’s Morgan Tsvangirai Vows To Fight Mugabe: No Pore Power-Sharing After Election

It seems a long time since the 2008 handshake between Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and then opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

That led to the current power-sharing government and brought a measure of political peace to the country.

But relations have not been easy, and there is still disagreement about the process to get to the next election – which had been expected this year. A constitution first has to be agreed and a referendum on that has to take place.

BBC Africa’s Brian Hungwe in Harare spoke to Prime Minister Tsvangirai on a number of issues, including whether he foresees another government of national unity after the polls.

3 Responses to "Zimbabwe’s Morgan Tsvangirai Vows To Fight Mugabe: No Pore Power-Sharing After Election"

  1. maikalange   October 5, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    iWE TSVANGIRAI GO AND DO WHAT YOU DO THE BEST,WHICH IS CHASING EVERY SKIRT UNDER THE SUN.Marrying one a woman before divorcing the other.A presidential candidate awe twakana efyo ifwe!

  2. kakolwe   October 6, 2012 at 2:39 am

    Good decision. Stick to it even when you are defeated by an inteligent old packet of ‘brains-on-bone’

  3. PROGRAME IYA BEST   October 8, 2012 at 9:08 am

    Uncle mugabe,this man is super intelligent..but its time he should step down and give chance to new fresh ideas