Opposition sharpens knives against Mnangagwa

Opposition sharpens knives against Mnangagwa
Published: 14 December 2017 (274 Views)
The United States has set minimum conditions - predicated on far-reaching reforms -  that President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration must meet if it wants improved diplomatic relations and access to international assistance and cooperation, the Daily News can report.

After sweeping to power last month with the aid of the military, Mnangagwa had made known his intention to mend broken fences with the international community, unlike his predecessor Robert Mugabe who had burnt bridges with Britain and her allies in the West.

Mnangagwa said whatever misunderstandings may have subsisted in the past, these should make way to a new beginning, adding that "in this global world, no nation is, can, or need be an island, one unto itself".

- dailynews

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