Morgan Tsvangirai: 'At the end of the day it takes two to tango'
Zimbabwe's opposition leader said he is due to hold talks with President Robert Mugabe "within this coming week" to try to resolve the political crisis.
Morgan Tsvangirai said he was returning to Zimbabwe for the first time in two months, and said he was still committed to an "inclusive" government.
He described Mr Mugabe as "part of the problem but also part of the solution".
Disputes over who should control the most powerful ministries have stalled last September's power-sharing deal.
Mr Tsvangirai told a news conference in Johannesburg the meeting with Mr Mugabe would also include South African President Kgalema Motlanthe, but said he could give no details about the time and place.
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