AMID high political temperatures, violent protests and a military crackdown on civilians, the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is seized with the mammoth task of healing a wounded nation. Also facilitating dialogue among the country’s major political parties, the NPRC has been finding the going tough but is determined to bring the political actors to the negotiating table, even as the various parties haggle over the framework of discussions. Political reporter Nyasha Chingono (NC) interviewed the NPRC chairperson, retired Justice Selo Masole Nare (SN), on the constitutional body’s progress in spearheading dialogue. Below are excerpts of the interview:

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