Zimbabwe PM welcomes South Africa`s intervention
Harare: Zimbabwe`s Prime Minister says he is thankful for South African efforts to rescue his coalition government.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, speaking at a party rally Sunday, said South African President Jacob Zuma could visit soon.
Zuma`s spokesman did not comment on a possible visit by his boss, but said in a statement that a delegation of mediators sent by Zuma was leaving for Zimbabwe on Sunday.
Tsvangirai boycotted the unity government for three weeks, returning in early November after receiving assurances Zuma would intervene to help resolve a number of issues.
Those include charges that forces loyal to President Robert Mugabe were attacking Tsvangirai`s supporters.
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