Here we invite Zimbabweans and all concerned friends of Zimbabwe to post their view directly! THE QUESTION IS... "WHAT, IN YOUR VIEW IS THE WAY FORWARD IN ZIMBABWE??????".....POST IDEAS TO mufarostig@gmail.com. THANK YOU!!!

LIONEL RITCHIE!!!

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Friday, November 23, 2007

PROF JONATHAN MOYO: "WAY FORWARD IN ZIM!"



I, Rev Mufaro Stig Hove, in October, 2006 wrote Prof Jonathan Moyo and asked him what the way forward was for Zimbabwe.

The link for the original posting is at http://zimfinalpush1.blogspot.com/2006_10_01_archive.html (20/10/2006)

Below is his brief reply which apparently still holds true:

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Thank you for your message.

Regarding your question on the way forward in our country, I am very tempted to do a comprehensive and detailed strategic response and yet I also realize that doing so in an open forum like this would provide an evil opportunity to some mischief makers in our midst to undermine the suggested way forward before it even gets a chance to takeoff.

We now should learn that some things are better left unsaid or are said in very confined forums away from the public glare. In other words, instead of writing or talking about what is to be done, we should now just do it. We need to start acting with a common purpose in a determined and single minded fashion.

One thing I would like to say here though is that there will be no way forward in Zimbabwe unless those leading it make it possible for many who have been in Zanu PF either as leaders or members or supporters to find meaning, purpose and action in opposition ranks.

In the end, what will happen in Zimbabwe in the very near future will be driven either by an internal process of transformation within Zanu PF or by a split in Zanu PF which would lead to the formation of a new and more vibrant opposition movement with strong nationalist credentials and connections with Zimbabwe’s independence movement including strong rural networks.

Anything else will remain wishful thinking that will never grow the opposition into a government. But of course, I realize that only time will tell. I wish I could say more but as I have indicated that would be counterproductive. I hope what I have said provides sufficient pointers and does some justice to your question.

Best regards.

Professor Jonathan Moyo.

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