Spotlight on Mnangagwa as Zimbabweans Await New Cabinet

President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces a Herculean task as he comes under intense scrutiny on whether he can walk the talk during the next five years of his leadership. Zimbabweans wonder if Mnangagwa will dump the deadwood that worked for decades with  former president Robert Mugabe and appoint a young, dynamic and small Cabinet to bring new ideas.

Cabinet ministers take their oath of office before President Emmerson Mnangagwa in 2017 (file photo).

  • Zimbabwe:   MPs, Senators Sworn-in Today

    The Herald, 5 September 2018

    All is now set for the swearing-in of 350 members of Parliament for the Ninth Parliament today by the Clerk of Parliament, Mr Kennedy Chokuda, with the secretariat of the… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mnangagwa Pledges Deeper Economic Reforms

    The Herald, 5 September 2018

    President Mnangagwa yesterday pledged a cocktail of economic reforms to improve the investment climate and enhance policy clarity, consistency and predictability. In his address at… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Opposition's Chamisa 'Wants Mnangagwa to Fire VPs'

    New Zimbabwe, 4 September 2018

    MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has reportedly demanded the axing of Vice Presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi in a list of demands he has reportedly placed before… Read more »

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