Suggestions on what President Emmerson Emmerson Mnangagwa should do to revive Zimbabwe’s economy continue to pour in.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index dropped 27.82 percent in November to 376.69 points following a politically induced self correction phase, but doubts over the new cabinet’s ability to deliver has seen a bouncing back of sorts in the final week of the month.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he was never consulted about forming an inclusive government and accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration of being “bent on thriving on the same lies, dishonesty and stinginess with objective facts as the old Mugabe regime”.
Parliamentary watchdog, Veritas Zimbabwe has come up with a graphic look at Zimbabwe’s cabinet today, last month when then President Robert Mugabe reshuffled his cabinet getting rid of those suspected to be sympathetic to then Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and before the reshuffle.
Special advisor to the President Christopher Mutsvangwa says Zimbabweans must give President Emmerson Mnangagwa more time to prove himself because his hands are tied since he is just completing former President Robert Mugabe’s term.