- Category: Stories
- Published on Tuesday, 09 August 2011 14:36
- Written by Charles Rukuni
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The sight of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai seated at the same podium with President Robert Mugabe at the burial of former defence forces chief Vitalis Zvinavashe at the national Heroes' Acre on Saturday was mollifying. It said a lot. Here was a man who should have been mourning his wife who had been buried three days before at his rural home in Buhera, attending a state funeral in honour of someone who had bluntly told him that he would never salute him. How more reconciliatory could one expected to be?