The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s self-correction continued yesterday with the main industrial index shedding 5.07 percent to 329.63 points.
A week after the military moved against the President's faction of the ruling party, he stepped down.
President-in-waiting Emmerson Mnangagwa this evening promised Zimbabweans change and jobs but said he would give details on Friday when he is officially sworn in as the country’s second President.
Zimbabwe’s main labour movement, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU), says appointments to the new government should be based on performance not by loyalty to political leaders.
Emmerson Mnangagwa who is set to become Zimbabwe’s President on Friday arrived back in the country and headed straight to State House to be briefed.
Former President Robert Mugabe refused to voluntarily step down until the last minute forcing Parliament to seek to impeach him.