Zimbabwe's President Mnangagwa To Visit Angola Friday

Philimon Bulawayo  Reuters                       President Robert Mugabe arrives for Heroes Day commemorations in Harare Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is scheduled to visit Angola on Friday and meet with President Joao Lourenco, said a statement issued by the Angolan President's Civil Affairs Office on Wednesday.

Mnangagwa, former deputy to Zimbabwean long-time ruler Robert Mugabe, took over the reins late a year ago after the former resigned amidst pressure from the military and threats of impeachment by parliament.

It was unclear where he gave the interview.

"The constitution of the country has been subverted and there has to be a return to constitutionalism".

Moyo made further claims that those running the government are the most feared people in the country as they were involved in the Gukurahundi massacres.

Trade between Namibia and Zimbabwe generated only N$24 million (about US$1.9 million) in 2016, a situation that President Geingob said was unacceptable.

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The commanders involved in the campaign to seize power and ease Mugabe from power, which included then-general Chiwenga, insisted they were targeting criminals around Mugabe.

She had hoped to replace her husband as leader, and president Robert Mugabe even started grooming her for the position.

That was widely seen as a reference to Mugabe's wife Grace and supporters of her apparent desire to succeed the 93-year-old statesman - efforts that riled many in the military establishment.

"They are afraid of elections. Under conditions of free and fair elections, Zanu-PF will be thoroughly walloped and thumped at the 2018 elections", he said.

Two days later, Mnangagwa was sacked from government before he skipped the country, alleging his life was in danger.

"This is in part because our trade patterns have been aligned to service the requirements of former colonial powers and partly because many African countries essentially produce similar goods, mainly agricultural and mineral commodities", Geingob said in a statement delivered during the official opening of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair previous year.