Zimbabweans demand more after Mugabe coup

HARARE - As the country marks exactly a year since the military rose up against former president Robert Mugabe by way of a popular coup, long-suffering Zimbabweans say they want President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government to do more to improve their lives.

Comments (2)

Asking for more...pain/suffering/trouble?

Tahir Iqbal - 15 November 2018

More pain for you the povo and more lootings from the fats cats in the higher echelons of power.Thats the only "more " this zanu pf mafia government can offer you.They will continue from where old Bob left until some of the idiots in our midst open their blood damn eyes.Until they realise that zanu pf government is not about Mnangagwa,but the mafioso system that they apply in all facets of governance. You will continue to support the system and the mafia will continue to plunder the economy with reckless abandon.

janana wa Bikaz madhogodhogo - 15 November 2018

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