Mnangagwa was inaugurated three weeks ago, following a court decision upholding his disputed election victory.
Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, on Thursday re-appointed his two vice, Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday congratulated President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita of Mali and Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe on their victories in their respective country’s elections.
In a unanimous ruling of the nine judges of the country’s top court, Chief Justice Luke Malaba said opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, had failed to prove allegations of fraud during the presidential vote.
In a unanimous ruling of the nine judges of the country’s top court, Chief Justice Luke Malaba said opposition leader Nelson Chamisa had failed to prove allegations of fraud during the presidential vote.
Zimbabwe’s President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, said that violence in Harare on Wednesday was meant to disrupt this week’s presidential election in the country.
Zimbabweans voted on Monday in the first election since the removal of former president Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe will choose a new president and members of parliament on July 30 in the first election since Robert Mugabe was forced to resign after a de facto army coup late 2017.
However, vice presidents, Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi and a minister sustained minor injuries following the blast at the White City Stadium in the second city of Bulawayo.
He warned that those who did not comply could be prosecuted.
Mugabe, 94, ruled Zimbabwe from independence in 1980 until he stepped down under pressure from Mnangagwa’s allies in the army in November.
The action is the first major labour dispute under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who replaced Robert Mugabe in November and whose biggest challenge is fixing Zimbabwe’s economy ruined by decades of severe mismanagement.
Speaking in an interview at the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos, Mnangagwa, however, said he had given former President Robert Mugabe a lucrative retirement package and would ensure that Mugabe’s family lives in peace, the state run…
The state-run Zimbabwe Herald reported on Saturday that Mnangagwa recounted previously unknown details of his “great escape” from Zimbabwe, during an official visit to Angola.
According to the gazette, Mugabe shall enjoy no fewer than the services of six security personnel, two drivers, two private secretaries and two aide-de-camp officers and two office attendants.
According to The Standard, former ministers Jonathan Moyo, Saviour Kasukuwere and Paddy Zhanda were believed to be the prime targets because of alleged corruption-related crimes.
Land is an emotive issue in the southern African nation after the violent invasion of white-owned farms in 2000 by supporters of former president Mugabe.
Mnangagwa, 75, became leader of the southern African nation in November after the military and ruling ZANU-PF turned against Robert Mugabe, who had ruled the country for 37 years and was seen grooming his wife Grace to succeed him.