Succession wars spell doom for economy

Succession wars spell doom for economy

By Ndafadza Madanha  THE succession wars within the ruling ZANU-PF government over who will succeed President Robert Mugabe have spilled into 2017 and are likely to dominate ahead of efforts to revive the economy. Mugabe and his fractious Zanu-PF party which has been in power since the country gained independence in 1980 is divided into two distinct factions which are engaged in a brutal fight to succeed the veteran leader who turns 93 next month. The factions who go by the monikers Lactose allegedly backing VP Emmerson Mnangagwa and G40…

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