Tag: Mnangagwa

Mnangagwa on the ropes

Mnangagwa on the ropes

After a week in which the political pendulum briefly appeared to swing in favour of the Zanu PF faction rallying behind embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, things are once again looking ominous for Team Lacoste, as the ruling party’s politburo meets in Harare today. In fact so confident of Team […]

Mnangagwa lives to fight another day

Mnangagwa lives to fight another day

PLANS to oust Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa from the Zanu PF presidium, by pushing for the adoption of a women’s quota system, suffered a huge blow after only three provinces out of ten resolved to have a female elevated to the party’s presidium, Zimbabwe Independent has learnt. The call for the […]

Mnangagwa sings Mugabe praises

Mnangagwa sings Mugabe praises

Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday went on overdrive bootlicking President Robert Mugabe, describing the 91-year-old as a sophisticated, charismatic, iconic and morally upright leader. Mnangagwa proceeded to describe his boss as a rare gift to Zimbabwe, whose visionary leadership was unparralled, a steadfast thinker and an intellectual giant. Mnangagwa was introducing […]

Mnangagwa’s woes mount

Mnangagwa’s woes mount

It certainly does not rain but pours for Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa after it was learnt last night that the embattled Midlands godfather’s party foes were initiating a petition within the warring post-congress Zanu PF to oust him from both his party and government positions. Well-placed sources told the Daily […]