President Emmerson Mnangagwa is leaving for Botswana today to discuss the construction of the Kazungula Bridge with that country’s President Seretse Ian Khama and Zambian leader Edgar Lungu.
Saturday’s meeting in Botswana will be Mnangagwa’s second visit to the neighbouring country since his inauguration last November. The Kazungula project is a collaboration between Zambia and Botswana and once complete, the bridge will link Botswana and Zambia while bypassing Zimbabwe completely.
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