Mnangagwa panics - cuts leave short

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been forced to cut short his vacation to deal with the crisis in the health sector where junior doctors have been on a month-long industrial action, which is costing lives.

Comments (10)

Let the junta burn. At least he can go on vacation (spending our USD tax dollars as usual) and then tells the rest of us to tighten our belts. What a phony. You don't get to go on vacation when you are so inept you've turned your country into a sh*thole country. Nxa.

Moe Syszlack - 3 January 2019

I wonder what these barking minister thinks when he lies that the network at mnangagwa farm is poor.This is a lie mutodi.There is good network and plenty land lines at this farm. Some other funny things about this junta cabal; 1. Someone assumed the presidency in August 2018 and in December takes an annual leave the Mugabe way.There is no difference with Mugabe. 2.Someone says Jnr Doctors are interns , why not terminate their contracts and get other interns.It is not easy to be a doctor mr chiwenga , your doctorship is somehow questionable , especially how you read english words. 3.The mantra that 1:1 is viable cannot be sustained .It makes us laugh and as you fool your zanu supporters

matebele warrior - 3 January 2019

I think Vakuru should go back and enjoy his leave. These economic things require younger sharper brains.

Mega Deals Branch - 3 January 2019

Welcome to 2019. A year in which someone will regret rigging an election

Sizwe Ka Nare - 3 January 2019

So a concerned and considerate President ED who prioritises national duty ahead of his own rest is reported as having panicked ? To me Pres ED is a duty conscious leader who values human life& has seen it fit to come to work to personally deal with the contentious doctors strike. Kudos to the President.

Bevan Musoo - 3 January 2019

@ Bevan Musoo When did the Doctors start the strike? When did ED start the leave?

jerenyenje - 3 January 2019

I do not see where the panic is there. There is a difference between panic and concern.

Tawanda Muzonzini - 3 January 2019

Some headlines show a hidden agenda to frame a positive gesture negatively. I think that is very presidently behaviour to react to a subject of national concern. If one answers to a call of nature, does it have to be interpreted as panic over soiling oneself? Do we all visit the toilet with pounding hearts?

Chibhorani - 3 January 2019

Down with this illegal zanu pf cabal. They are all corrupt as one another.

Ken Sharpe - 3 January 2019

Guys you can call it whatever you want panic or no panic concern or no concern but the truth is he new this situation of doctors strike before he took his called annual leave why did you call it annual while he just assumed power in August which means zanu is admitting that they failed to do anything since coup he is playing politics game those who are saying he is concerned shouldn't take the leave if he was concerned he came back to expose Chiwenga that you can't running the country so don't ever think of being President in 2023

Innocent Mapurisa - 4 January 2019

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