President Mnangagwa yesterday swore in 20 Cabinet ministers at State House in Harare, setting the tone for serious Government business following the July 30 harmonised elections. The July 30 elections gave birth to the Second Republic whose major thrust is economic transformation in line with President Mnangagwa’s Vision 2030.
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday pledged a cocktail of economic reforms to improve the investment climate and enhance policy clarity, consistency and predictability. In his address at the 2018 Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Beijing, China, the President said his administration would accelerate industrialisation, modernisation and mechanisation of the economy.
Vice Presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi were sworn in yesterday, with their immediate task being to ensure that Zanu-PF fulfils its election promises within the next five years. The Vice Presidents, who took their oaths of office before Chief Justice Luke Malaba at State House in Harare, said improving the living standards of Zimbabweans was Government’s top priority.
President Mnangagwa yesterday appointed former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe and other eminent persons locally and outside the country to lead a Commission of Inquiry into post-election violence that rocked Harare on August 1.
BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday hailed President Mnangagwa for his clear vision for Zimbabwe and commended him for pledging to set up a commission of inquiry into the violence that rocked Harare on August 1.
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