Tensions Between Zimbabwe President, Army - Report
"The military has been so strong that they have veto power in some cases. For instance, Mnangagwa had initially appointed Oppah Muchinguri as one of his deputies, but the military demanded that the position be given to Chiwenga, who also insisted on being in charge of defence," the Zimbabwe Independent's Owen Gagare reports.
Zimbabwe Independent, 16 February 2018
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President Emmerson Mnangagwa chats with Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Philip Valerio Sibanda.
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