“My preference is a fiscal shock, but there is what you call the political collar or the politics of policy making which then slows you down. My preference would be more of a big bang approach because every day counts in terms of cost."
Kasukuwere allegedly engaged in shady land and investment deals when he was minister under former President Robert Mugabe’s government, which was toppled following the intervention of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces and parliament.
"... To make matters worse the apparatus deployed to enforce the Zanu PF decision are confiscating clothes and electronic gadgets from vendors, merchandise that cannot in any scientific way transmit cholera. These are clear acts of theft.”
Misheck Sibanda, chief secretary to the president, said Mnangagwa had retired nine senior government officials, including Tobaiwa Mudede, an abrasive lawyer-turned-bureaucrat who had served as registrar general since independence in 1980 and was until recently in charge of the voter register.