After the frenetic 19 days between 6 November and 24 November 2017, when everything seemed to change in Zimbabwe, reality has returned, forcing most people into an “Is that all we fought for” mode.
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee for Education, sports and recreation has asked why the government is renting offices when there is space at government offices.
Former Education Minister David Coltart has apologised for atrocities committed by the Rhodesian regime of Ian Smith piling pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to apologise for his role in the Gukurahundi massacres of the 1980s.
United States intelligence company, Stratfor, said way back in June 2015- only six months after being appointed Vice-President- Emmerson Mnagagwa was already running the country.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front secretary for information Simon Khaya Moyo, has been appointed acting Minister for Information, Media and Publicity according to the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation.
Two months into Emmerson Mnangagwa’s presidency, Zimbabwean business, industry, farming and media representatives say they are cautiously optimistic that the new President could turn around the country’s sclerotic economy – and may deliver sufficient economic gains in the next few months to triumph in elections expected in four or five months.