johannesburg - The Zimbabwean army is conducting talks with the opposition on a possible transitional government. That said an important opposition officer, who remained anonymous, against the British newspaper The Guardian. A second source in the opposition suggested that negotiations with 'certain people within the army' have been going on for months.
The source alleged that President Mugabe is still experiencing this week. He would then be replaced by his former vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. Opposition leaders would act as vice president and prime minister. The newspaper stressed that the allegations of opposition sources have not yet been officially confirmed.