HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to retire long-serving Cabinet ministers and deploy them at Zanu PF headquarters — as he comes under growing pressure from his deputy Chiwenga to dump the deadwood that worked for decades with ousted former leader Robert Mugabe.
More than half of the outgoing Cabinet members are believed to be on the way out of State corridors of power and heading to Jongwe house, the citadel of ZANU-PF power in a move meant to strengthening the party while paving way for younger Ministers to come in.
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At the party headquarters, the elderly former Ministers are set to receive allowances and benefits that match those of a serving Cabinet Minister.
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