Can Zimbabweans, Its Leaders 'Turn a New Leaf' After Mugabe Era?
Former vice-president Joice Mujuru has said that Zimbabwe's socio-political systems "must all go", claiming nothing has changed since ex-leader Rober Mugabe's ouster. This comes after President Mnangagwa called on Zimbabweans, most notably the church, to shun all forms of corruption in society and committed his administration to rooting out graft across the socio-economic spectrum.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa (file photo).
New Zimbabwe, 2 January 2018
Nothing has changed since former President Robert Mugabe was ousted and the whole system must go for any change to be fully realised, says former VP Joice Mujuru. Read more »
The Herald, 1 January 2018
President Mnangagwa yesterday declared 2018 as the year for all Zimbabweans, saying his administration will work tirelessly to create a peaceful and stable political and socio… Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed retired general Constantino Chiwenga who led the ouster of former president Robert Mugabe, and Kembo Mohadi to the positions of vice ... Read more »
The country's porous borders, the national electricity grid and a commitment to open Zimbabwe to investors is what President Emmerson Mnangagwa has so far tackled in his maiden ... Read more »