Jonathan Moyo, who was fired as a government minister on Monday when President Emmerson Mnangagwa dissolved ousted president Robert Mugabe’s last cabinet and expelled from Parliament yesterday, had time to laugh at himself yesterday quipping that “where there’s no laughter, the people perish!” The subject that left him with cracked ribs was a picture of himself which he said had been forwarded to him by one of his “dope daughters”.
Zimbabwe’s tobacco exports increased by seven percent, earning $827.4 million as at November 22 compared to $771.8 million last year, latest statistics from the industry regulator show.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today promised a keener government but told senior civil servants that he will not tolerate any bureaucratic slothfulness.
Five Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Members of Parliament who were said to be the king-pins of the G40 faction were today expelled from Parliament after the party notified the House that they were no longer members of the party.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa today announced that he will be granting those who externalised money or other assets a three-month amnesty to bring these back with no questions asked.
Former President Robert Mugabe’s fall was quick and dramatic, but cleaning up after him will take much longer.