Mnangagwa to dump old ministers

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to retire long-serving Cabinet ministers and deploy them at Zanu PF headquarters — as he comes under growing pressure to dump the deadwood that worked for decades with ousted former leader Robert Mugabe.

Comments (9)

Will be about time to do that.

sipendu - 4 September 2018

that will be a welcome development, we need fresh ideas

John Makaha - 4 September 2018

expecting for anything new from the same old dispensation kutambisa nguva we juss have to embrce the dawn of same old hardships coming our way- time will tell

gotyRoro - 4 September 2018

E.D is the only chap who was there from 1980. He needs to dump himself, otherwise it's all window dressing. Nothing is gonna change under the Crocodile.

Tennyson Sakurai - 4 September 2018

DailyNews, please be honest - it is ED himself who announced this, not yourselves parading this as news!

Mhofu Chaiyo - 4 September 2018

Gotyroro do you know that what you wish for is what you get at the end because God always fulfills what we wish for. So you are wishing for hardships in the name of discrediting Cde Ed you will get that, not the whole nation but you as an individual.

shunguhadziurayi - 4 September 2018

Add me please

Bob Njanji - 4 September 2018

Regayi zvenyu mazidofo eopposition, particularly MDC Alliance, ari kurwadziwa nokudyiwa pama elections avukure kusvikira moyo yamira! Thus an expression of bitterness, and they have no option except to vent their frustrations by needlessly waffling.

Mbongozidana - 4 September 2018

Why not wait until he appoints his new cabinet then we can start to criticise rather than criticise speculations.If we are not careful we end up being a nation of mourners

E kusure - 4 September 2018

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