Source: President On Call . . . | The Herald September 21, 2019
“The State has a responsibility to ensure the protection and safety of all citizens. New measures might have to be formulated to deal with this new threat and to severely punish those responsible for such subterfuges,” said President Mnangagwa (September 20, 2019
President Mnangagwa and Belarusian Chief of Presidential Affairs General Colonel Victor Sheiman held crucial talks to assess progress on investment opportunities which are set to transform Zimbabwe into the region’s transport and logistical hub.
President to deliver SONA on October 1 the same day he will open the second session of the ninth parliament.
President Mnangagwa witnessed the signing ceremony of US$350 million worth of deals between Zimbabwe and Belarus’Chief of Presidential Affairs General Colonel Victor Sheiman in Harare.
The President attended ZANU-PF Politburo meeting where preparations of the 2019 congress to be held in Goromonzi in December were discussed.
ZANU-PF thanked President Mnangagwa unwavering support to the Mugabe family from the illness up to the death of the country’s founding father, Cde Robert Mugabe, early this month.
Also the President attended ZANU-PF Politburo meeting where preparations of the 2019 congress to be held in Goromonzi in December were discussed.
United Nations Special Rapporteur Mr Clément Voule Friday was expected to meet President Mnangagwa after being invited by Government to make an independent assessment of the country’s achievements and challenges in relation to the exercise of rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
President Mnangagwa also met Ambassadors-designate after a meeting at State House.
President Mnangagwa officiated at the University of Zimbabwe graduation ceremony where he capped 3927 graduands.
President also addressed the nation, and in his speech, he talked about the ongoing industrial action by medical staff, of note the President said Government was disturbed by the growing trend of politically motivated false abductions in the country. He said new measures to deal with those responsible for such subterfuges might have to be formulated.
He also talked on the issue of the below-par water supply situation and sewer services in Harare and other towns where the President said the Government has moved swiftly to arrest the deteriorating water supply and level of sewer services in Harare.
He also thirdly talked about the issue of prices of basics which continue to rise against wage and income erosion, the President.
Meanwhile, President Mnangagwa yesterday left for a United Nations General Assembly meeting.