Zimbabweans must continue to look at building a prosperous and free Zimbabwe and accelerating economic growth as the country celebrates the 40th anniversary of independence today, President Mnangagwa stressed in his address to mark the day.
The First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa;
Honourable Vice President, Gen. (Rtd) Dr. C.G.D.N. Chiwenga;
Honourable Vice President, Col. (Rtd) Cde. K. C.D. Mohadi and Amai Mohadi;
In the wake of the coronavirus which is now a global pandemic, and thus a concern for all nations and all peoples of the world, we as Zimbabwe have to play our part.
We have worked out a comprehensive response strategy, buttressed by strong measures which ensure we remain protected and secure as a nation, and in step with appropriate measures being taken by the rest of the world.
Another 33 buses were yesterday handed over to the Public Service Commission (PSC) to ferry civil servants, more than doubling its fleet, at a ceremony attended by President Mnangagwa who promised to prioritise the welfare of civil servants.
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