By now, I would have thought that Zimbabweans had learnt a very valuable lesson, in that, we can not risk having another demigod as a leader, as that only leads to the politics of entitlement and impunity that we had come to expect from former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe, and his wife Grace. We inculcated in them the notion that they were infallible, and incorruptible, as well as that they owned this country – and, therefore, not answerable to anyone.
There are many questions that workers need to find solutions to, such as, how will the Mnangangwa government treat the issue of unpaid salaries, terminal benefits, and pensions; will the 2018 budget cater for parastatal worker who have been owed for several years; how can workers exert more pressure on the new government for their plight to receive a more sympathetic ear; what policies should be implemented to ameliorate the current cash shortages; and other issues that will chart a better...
However, as the same adage also continues…’but, we never learn from it’, it is quiet clear that this is not, by any stretch of the imagination, the last time this happens within this party – and any leadership that allows itself to be installed by the military will inevitably, sooner or later, be removed by the same It is very important to note that the outgoing president of both ZANU PF and the country, Robert Gabriel Mugabe, was never chosen to lead the party by any elective congress,...
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