president mugabe at airport.jpgThe Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe, arrived early Monday morning from Johannesburg, South Africa, where he attended the SADC extraordinary summit on Zimbabwe.


President Mugabe said it was a good meeting and President Jacob Zuma’s report was different from that at the Livingstone meeting.


He said the roadmap to elections has been established and what is left is the time frame.


‘‘It came out very well. There was a very good report by the facilitator (President Jacob Zuma) where he acknowledged the efforts that the GPA is making, in other words what our negotiators and the principals put together are making and that there is progress now, that there is work going on to establish the roadmap, that the highlights of the roadmap have been marked that what remains now are the timelines,” he said.


About the Livingstone Troika issue, the President absolved his South African counterpart of any wrongdoing saying the President Zuma had presented a report of what transpired, but basing on the MDC-T document.

He said, “It turns out that his actual report is very innocent. It is more what was discussed based on the document yaTsvangirai, apparently, that emerged as the report ya facilitator otherwise the facilitator made a very innocent report. You will get it if you look for it.”


He was met at the Harare International Airport by Vice President John Nkomo, senior government officials and service chiefs.