Nelson Chamisa stalls Mnangagwa's Cabinet

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has delayed announcing his Cabinet to give talks with youthful MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa a chance, highly-placed sources told the Daily News yesterday.

Zimbabwe has been without a Cabinet since August 26, when Mnangagwa took oath of office after a lengthy hiatus caused by Chamisa’s Constitutional Court application, challenging his electoral victory.

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Brandon Dube - 3 September 2018

its time mdc and zanupf work together if zanupf is wise give mdc money department then monitor them money will flow in zim

DAVID - 3 September 2018

If it indeed its true that Mnangagwa wants to have talks with Chamisa , then please can someone advise Chamisa that he should go for the talks. We need our country to move forward rather than fighting all the times and the poor getting poorer by the day.He is still young and his day will surely come if he puts people first.

chimuti - 3 September 2018

These people rig, frustrate people having a free choice and then utlimately use all the state and party machinery to steal elections only to turn around and say to the agrrived bury the hatchet and lets work together? That script is tired. if Chamisa and MDC Alliance accept this after the experience of the GNU then they are bigger fools.

Galore - 3 September 2018

Whats so special about chamisa we dont want him.

shunguhadziurayi - 3 September 2018

If this is the way President Emmerson Mnangawa want to lead Zimbabwe by using Zimbabweans money ,that they should use to develop Zimbabwe ,to puzzle the Opposition Party ,The MDC ,Zimbabwe will always have to deal with wide spread poverty .

Collin Velox - 3 September 2018

Shunguhadziurai unoti we don't need him you and who does not need him watch the space you will if you were something in that government you were going to swallow your word but fortunate that you are nothing it doesn't matter because you don't know whats coming for zim in the selection of the cabinet watch the space

Innocent - 3 September 2018

Before Chamisa get into talks with ED he must consult the electorate because he was voted by the people. The people might say otherwise. The truth of the matter is that investors no longer trust our current government. China is not investing in Zimbabwe but is just benefiting from Zimbabwean resources in exchange with peanuts. Ummm we need to get out of this mess for sure.

Amalinze - 4 September 2018

Innocent I say we in ZANU PF. The reason is very simple why I say so. If we say lets work together as a nation you quickly talk a lot of unfounded things as if we cannot run this country without mdca. If you have been reading this paper or newsday you agree with me that there was a lot of noise from your party saying chamisa must refuse to work with Mnangagwa calling our President names for a crime he never committed. So that is why We in ZANU PF say we dont need chamisa we can do without him.

shunguhadziurayi - 4 September 2018

His Excellency The People's legitimate President Elect of The Republic of Zimbabwe Advocate Nelson Chamisa must only agree to engage his ZANU PF counterpart and losing Presidential candidate Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangangwa who illegally hold's the post of being President due to a biased judgement by the ConCourt, if only he accepts he lost the election. If not let him continue running affairs alone and let's see where it will go. We have suffered a lot because of these monsters. If reality comes to their doorstep then we can forge a way forward

Innocent Mbaje - 4 September 2018

As a measure of respect for citizens, its worth for ED to include Chamisa in gvt but its not the truth that Chamisa is capable of stopping the ED train from improving our economy. Lets give ED the best chance and stop judging before business in govt is put in motion

gore - 5 September 2018

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