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Mnangagwa's first 50 days: Zimbabwe sinks deeper into abyss

President Emmerson Mnangagwa this week completed 50 days in office, but in that short stint, the negatives have so far outweighed the positives amid indications he faces a herculean task in his bid to revive the comatose economy. Mnangagwa, who won the July 30 election by a wafer-thin 50,6%, was inaugurated on August 26 after a Constitutional Court challenge by his main rival Nelson Chamisa seeking to nullify the results was dismissed.

Mnangagwa has pledged to revive the shaky economy, re-engage the international community and bring Zimbabwe out of international isolation, as part of a new dispensation which has promised to respect constitutionalism, human rights and open the country for business.

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