100 days of Mnangagwa in the health sector

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government came to power in November 2017 following a military takeover, he quickly established a government and made numerous promises regarding government programmes within the first 100 days in power. By Dewa Mavhinga & Fortune Nyamande The government had, “hit the ground running” and had adopted 100-day plans, as their framework to monitor and evaluate their performance across government departments. Among the fans of the new government, there was cautious optimism that a new era had dawned, and many pressed for Mnangagwa to be given a…

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Mnangagwa’s 100 Days VS Mugabe’s 37 years

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THE first 100 days of President Emmerson Mnangagwa administration have been a huge disappointment with the new government failing to deliver on people’s expectations, MDC-T acting leader Nelson Chamisa has said. Addressing a press conference in Harare Wednesday, Chamisa said President Mnangagwa, who took over power after a military coup last November, had failed to articulate benchmarks of the journey he hoped to travel in the 100 days. “They have been 100 days of the past 37 years, of the past failure,” said Chamisa. “This was supposed to be the…

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Mnangagwa says he needs more time to turn the economy around

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged patience, saying turning around the country’s tanked economy takes time as Zimbabweans take stock of his first 100 days in office. Mnangagwa took over power last November after long-time ruler Robert Mugabe was toppled by the military, ending a 37-year reign widely described as politically brutal and economically disastrous. The country’s new ruler, a long-time Mugabe aide, immediately declared that it would no longer be business as usual for government and ordered his ministers to come up with 100-day action plans. Now with the 100-days…

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Mnangagwa’s 100 Days : president urges Patience

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PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged patience, saying turning around the country’s tanked economy takes time as Zimbabweans take stock of his first 100 days in office. Mnangagwa took over power last November after long-time ruler Robert Mugabe was toppled by the military, ending a 37-year reign widely described as politically brutal and economically disastrous. The country’s new ruler, a long-time Mugabe aide, immediately declared that it would no longer be business as usual for government and ordered his ministers to come up with 100 Days action plans. Now with the…

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