Chamisa ramps up pressure on Mnangagwa

HARARE - Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa is ratcheting up the pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa in a bid to energise the frustratingly slow tempo of the much-talked about national dialogue meant to end the country’s deepening economic crisis.


 

Comments (3)

Ramping up pressure to get a share of the loot.

Chikowore - 27 December 2018

The person who is reviving and sustaining the Zimbabwe economy is Strive Masiyiwa. Look at what he is doing in the economy from banking, telecoms, solar, transport etc. Look at the employment figures at Econet, Cassava, Liquid Telecoms etc . Chamisa is rubbish. He must go back to America and ask Trump to remove sanctions first before asking for anything from ED

Ndiani Ndiani - 27 December 2018

Someone better advise Nelson Chamisa that all the bickering and running tantrums wont get him to the negotiating table, he should just understand there is no need for a table, instead he should prepare for 2023, and stop his childish rants. Zimbabwe will find its way out of this economic sabotage it always does but this will be done without a GNU, the current Gvt is capable. Chamisa stop making noise U are an embarrassment already

prosperity mzila - 27 December 2018

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