By A Correspondent- When president Emmerson Mnangagwa came to power, he made a number of promises which he said would be fulfilled within his first five-year term.
Mnangagwa pledged to put job creation first; have zero-tolerance to corruption; establish a modern, affordable healthcare system for all; develop infrastructure worthy of the new Zimbabwe, and generate unprecedented educational and employment opportunities for our youth.
At the moment, the health sector in the country is in a parlous state whilst the same can be said for all other sectors including education and industry.
Mnangagwa established an anti-corruption commission, ZACC, which some analysts say was meant to hoodwink the public into believing that authorities were not only paying lip service to the anti-corruption campaign.
The unemployment rate has been on the rise over the past twenty-four months as a result of closure of several companies who cited the increased cost of doing business in the country.