Cabinet dissolves ahead of elections

Harare, (New Ziana)


Cabinet dissolved on Monday after holding its last session ahead of general elections scheduled for

President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that Monday’s cabinet meeting
marked the end of its term in the Second Republic’s first term, but
assured Ministers that ZANU (PF) was headed for a resounding victory in
the elections on Wednesday on the back of the government’s good
performance in the last five years.

“The unity of purpose and hard work exhibited over the last five years
has seen us delivering on our mandate, with unprecedented results across
the socio-economic spectrum.
The transformation, industrialisation and modernization of the economy
and upliftment of livelihoods towards the attainment of Vision 2030 of
an empowered and prosperous upper middle-income society is evident,” he

He thanked his Ministers for adhering to his calls for submission of
summarized achievements in their portfolios with most of the submissions
being relevant to the attainment of Vision 2030 by targeting programmes
under the 14 pillars of the National Development Strategy 1.

“The identified gaps, observations, recommendations and areas needing
improvement will be attended to in the future towards the realisation of
optimal performance across all ministries, departments and agencies,” he

“I am pleased to highlight that the reform programme has yielded
positive outcomes across our economy. Increased performance and full
implementation of reforms related to the State Enterprises and
Parastatals sector are aspects that will receive urgent attention in the
very near future. State Enterprises and Parastatals must contribute
their proportionate share to the fiscus and ultimately, help address
issues of service delivery to our people.”

President Mnangagwa also praised the performance of the government
Secretariat Team.

“Most immediately, our focus is now on Wednesday’s elections which our
revolutionary Party, ZANU (PF) is poised to resoundingly win, given our
record of performance in the past 5 years. I wish all those contesting
in the elections, great success in your respective constituencies. As I
conclude, let me once again congratulate the people of our great country
for the obtaining peace, unity, harmony and tolerance that continues to
be exhibited throughout our land. It is my exhortation that this peace
must be guarded and maintained throughout this period,” he said.

New Ziana

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