Mnangagwa flies into raging storm: Zanu PF suspects sabotage

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa returned from a five-day visit to China early yesterday morning to be confronted with soaring prices of mostly basic commodities and rising shortages.

Comments (5)

We thought he had the support of the "Captains of Industry"

Tafadzwa - 7 September 2018

Sabotage? from who? ed won the recent election & the people are with him! So who could be sabotaging him? Can anyone name the saboteur? Rule well komredhi ed!

SaManyika Chaiye - 7 September 2018

The only forex available to the common man is what the people in the diaspora are sending to friends and family. Those people in turn sell it to the needy like us parents with children learning abroad who have been cut off from RBZ forex support. All the forex at the reserve bank belongs to ruling party to do with as it pleases. So they control the economy. They can't blame us. There is no money in the banks even the bond notes as for the American dollar it's now gold.

Sandys Gonese - 7 September 2018

As a zimbo u pay bribes to police officers and complain about corruption...u get cash and sell it instead of using it at OK.Pick n Pay or ZESA and complain about cash shortages at banks.....If u see someone at OK using cash u rush to buy the cash from them and use plastic money and then u complain kuti hakuna cash???? Ma bond notes do not work in SA or Zambia or Botswana but cross the border and see how many of them are being sold for Pulas,Rands or USD by ordinary people...not Chiwenga or ED or Mangudya...ordinary people who we all know as friends or relatives but u blame ZANU???? We r in need of renewal as a nation as a people no politician can do that for us

Wezhira - 8 September 2018

Ndiwe waka zvikanyira wenga. ZANU PF sabotaged the once prosperous country by rigging elections and now there is no cash which has proved stubborn to rig

Eddy - 12 September 2018

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