Zimbabwean Opposition Leader Willing to Work With New Govt
Presidential aspirant and leader of the Agenda of People's Alliance Nkosana Moyo says, his party willing, he would be happy to be part of Emmerson Mnangagwa's government. The former Industry and International trade minister is on record saying Mnangagwa is a better leader than former president Robert Mugabe. Moyo resigned from government in 2001 citing corruption and abuse of public funds by senior government officials.
New Zimbabwe, 28 November 2017
Presidential aspirant and leader of the Agenda of People's Alliance (APA) Nkosana Moyo says, his party willing, he would be happy to be part of Emmerson Mnangagwa's government. Read more »
Independent presidential aspirant, Nkosana Moyo.
New Zimbabwe, 29 October 2017
Former Industry and International Trade Minister Nkosana Moyo Friday dismissed President Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai as unsuitable for the 2018 Presidential race because of… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Nkosana Moyo Scoffs at Coalition Talks
The Herald, 8 July 2017
Presidential aspirant Dr Nkosana Moyo yesterday scoffed at MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's proposed coalition of opposition parties ahead of next year's harmonised elections,… Read more »
Former industry minister Nkosana Moyo has launched his 2018 presidential election bid, opting to stand as an independent candidate in a campaign he said will be driven by the quest ... Read more »