Recently President Mugabe was named the WHO goodwill ambassador for non-communicable diseases, a position he only held for four days before he was sacked following world-wide condemnation from human rights groups, donor organisation and various governments.
Youth in Zimbabwe are buffeted by novel challenges on a day to day basis. These challenges are not only limited to access to civic and political rights but also economic sustenance and livelihood, a question that has never been convincingly and sustainably tackled by the country’s political leadership since independence in 1980.
Recently President Robert Mugabe reshuffled his cabinet, axing performing ministers and introducing new faces and ministries into the already bloated government. The move however, came at a time the ruling party is riddled with imploding factionalism, this time pitching the Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and First Lady Grace Mugabe.
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