WATCH: Mnangagwa addresses the crowd at Zanu (PF) HQ tonight

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    Fixzimbabwe 5 years ago

    Just for a brief moment, there was hope.
    Pest is gone, along comes cholera.
    Even if Bob Matibili is sent back to Malawi, investors will shy away from people with a track record like Mnangagwa.
    This is not the end,it is the beginning of a new period of hardships.
    Mnangagwa is the last thing you want for a leader. You don’t replace a King by his hangman.

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      Tell that to ZANU PF supporters-that’s why we got 37 years. They are incapable of critical thinking and have a need to assign demigod status to their ‘ruler’. Chanting, swaying, ululating, clapping all accompanied by a dullness in the eyes.

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    L Zishumba 5 years ago

    in a dictatorship most aides and subordinates tow the line for personal survival. no one is safe. a n avowed dictator like RG is dangerous to every one especially those purported to be near him. their loyalty and diligence dues not reflect their personal inclination to matters at hand. Give ED a chance before judging him on the basis of what he did under his former master. the government he is going to form will shortly tell whether he is reformist or no. it is only a week to go before we know for shoo where we are heading.

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      Like hell will I give ED a chance. I will never vote for him. It is apparent to all as to where his moral compass is and his ability to think critically. Mugabe was only elected in 1980, yet ED has been with him from the 1960’s. He is as complicit as Mugabe in the ruination of Zimbabwe. He could have left the country at any time and gone onto exile, shouting from the rooftops about the details of Mugabe’s tyrannical actions, if he had any reservations about the actions. But no, he butchered over 20 000 innocents ‘all to save his own skin’ as your logic would instruct us.

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    L Zishumba 5 years ago

    in a dictatorship most aides and subordinates tow the line for personal survival. no one is safe. a n avowed dictator like RG is dangerous to every one especially those purported to be near him. their loyalty and diligence does not reflect their personal inclination to matters at hand. Give ED a chance before judging him on the basis of what he did under his former master. the government he is going to form will shortly tell whether he is reformist or no. it is only a week to go before we know for shoo where we are heading.

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    L Zishumba 5 years ago

    Inverted greed can be best described as failure to provide enough because others will also have what you have. Shunning equality can create this inverse equation to providing enough or creating equal opportunities. This can be reflected on the failed intention by Toyota international to build a car manufacturing industry in Zimbabwe in the early 90s, because the government had a stake in Willow vale Mazda Motor Industries which assembles overpriced cars that are not as competitive as Toyota variants. This single act to protect WMMI deprived many Zimbabweans a chance to own a new car. The failure by the RG 37 year regime to create enough jobs for Zimbabweans was less due to inability than it was to inverted greed. When a child who is not yours goes hungry you care less. There are enough resources in Zimbabwe for all now and into the far future! Convert them into equal opportunities for your long suffering people ED. Deng Xiaoping changed lives of the Chinese people after Mao”s not so brilliant rule. Prove your mettle. You may not get another chance come elections..