The Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has presided over the first meeting of the new cabinet in Harare this morning.
Writing on his official Twitter account @edmnangagwa, President Mnangagwa said it was time to “get straight to work” to address various challenges, among them the cholera outbreak.
“We are getting straight to work in addressing the challenges we face, including overcoming the cholera outbreak. Let’s all have an effective and productive week building our new Zimbabwe, one brick at a time,” he said.
The new 20-member cabinet was sworn in last Monday at State house and comprises of 6 women and 14 men, and according to the President, it is made up of “a diverse, dynamic, youthful and streamlined cabinet with the skills and experience required to achieve our goals”.
The two vice presidents, attorney general and the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet also sit in the cabinet.
Today ’s cabinet meeting has been held on the eve of the official opening of the First Session of 9th Parliament of Zimbabwe where President Mnangagwa is expected to table the legislative agenda for the 9th parliament.
more recommended stories
Passion for alcohol 1.3 million Rands spent on booze
Speculation is rife, that the self.
Zimbabwe Activist Makomborero Haruzivishe Granted $20,000 After Spending 9 Months in Jail
Opposition Movement for Democratic Change Alliance.
Schools in Zimbabwe closed indefinitely; Covid or teachers strike?
There is confusion and growing speculation.
Hero Sirizani Butau Rescues 8 people from burning bus
A Kadoma man named as Sirizani.
Fifa warns Zimbabwe about ban on eve of tournament
World governing body Fifa says a.
White Zimbabweans say Gemma has no fixation with black men
With all the drama resulting from.
Zimbabwe: New lockdown measures announced
The lockdown at Level Two would.
Zimbabwe requests to swap Cecil Rhodes remains for Mbuya Nehanda
President Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe has called.