According to this product brochure page comparing the Fusion and Fusion Pro feature sets, there is an item listed that is checked for both editions:
Support for macOS Mojave Host and Guest
I currently run Mojave as a guest OS in VMware Fusion version 11.1 on a Mac mini (2018) with 32 gigs of RAM running macOS Mojave 10.14.5 as the host OS.
Fusion offered to create a guest OS using the Recovery volume of the host Mojave. Unfortunately, when I chose that option it then reported an error saying I have no Recovery volume. (I doubt that, as Parallels did successfully make a macOS VM from my Recovery volume.) Anyways, I had Install macOS Mojave.app downloaded in my Applications folder. I dragged that into the Fusion "new" VM dialog box, and it worked to install macOS in the new VM.
On the upside, I have not seen the disappearing mouse pointer as was seen in Parallels as linked in the Question. On the downside, I have not yet been able to resize the virtual display in Fusion despite installing VMware Tools utility within the guest OS; the screen is stuck at 1024 x 768 resolution within the macOS guest OS. These virtualizers never run perfectly smoothly, it seems, there are always problems and limitations.
Tip: As a Parallels customer, you qualify for a discount if you decide to go with Fusion.