Former Minister and war veteran Christopher Mutsvangwa said that the government should not continue blaming western sanctions for its failures. He added that there were people who had the ability to move the country forward despite the targeted sanctions.
Speaking at a meeting of the zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) yesterday Mutsvangtwa said:
If you cannot bust sanctions then give up leadership and you will be surprised that there are others who can do better to have them removed.
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‘We want someone who will appeal to capital by doing away with indigenisation laws that scare away investors.
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Christopher Mutsvangwa, commonly referred to as just Chris Mutsvangwa is a Zimbabwean politician, and special advisor to President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mutsvangwa is businessman .In December 2017 he was appointed as the Secretary for Science and Technology in Zanu-PF. Mutsvangwa contested in the 2018 harmonized elections... Read More About Christopher Mutsvangwa
The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) was formed in 1990, led by former ex-combatants to advance the cause of the former freedom fighters who had participated in the Second Chimurenga which brought forth the independence of Zimbabwe in 1980. The main thrust of... Read More About Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association