Mnangagwa says Chiwenga is stable but treatment yet to start


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President Emmerson Mnangagwa today said Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga has completed intensive tests required by the Chinese Medical Team attending to him paving way for actual treatment.

Chiwenga has been in and out of hospital in several countries including India and South Africa but is now in China.

Mnangagwa said Chiwenga remains remarkably stable and is now allowed access to close family.

He said he will keep the nation updated about Chiwenga’s health but will at the same time allow space for experts to do their work and will also be mindful of the patient confidentiality and privacy.

Yesterday Mnangagwa gave an update on former President Robert Mugabe who has been in a Singapore hospital since April.

 

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