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Official Twitter account of Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe 🇿🇼
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President of Zimbabwe Feb 16
Having declared a state of disaster yesterday, Government continues to place all the resources available for our rescue services as we continue the search for the missing miners. Our thoughts & prayers are with their families and the brave men & women taking part in the search.
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President of Zimbabwe Feb 15
Following the deadly terrorist attack in Kashmir, I would like to send our deepest condolences to our friends in India, and in particular to all the victims and their families. The people of Zimbabwe stand firmly in solidarity with the people of India.
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President of Zimbabwe Feb 14
Stand with us as we toil to chart a new course for our nation, for the people of Zimbabwe.
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President of Zimbabwe Feb 14
One year after Morgan Tsvangirai left us, we remember his patriotism as well as his lifelong commitment to Zimbabwean unity and democracy. Now, more than ever, we need to work together as we build our new Zimbabwe.
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PresidencyZA Feb 11
HE President meets with HE , President of Zimbabwe, on the sidelines of the 32nd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State & Government of the .
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Achim Steiner Feb 9
During the Summit we met w Zimbabwe’s President to discuss how can enhance its support for ’s economic recovery and reforms - including a focus on women and youth
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Neven Mimica Feb 9
In the margins of the , I met with the President of , a few months after my visit to . We took stock of what has been achieved. And agreed that more needs to be done. ready to step up its support if conditions are met.🇪🇺🇿🇼
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President of Zimbabwe Feb 6
Today we began a national dialogue, the fulfilment of my pledge to engage & consult all Presidential aspirants on ways to move Zimbabwe forward. Let us all put dialogue over conflict, and collaboration over confrontation. Individually we are a drop, together we are a mighty ocean
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Uhuru Kenyatta Feb 6
continues to stand in solidarity with as the country works to solve its challenges. Imposing sanctions on a country is like tying somebody’s hands and feet. We will give our support to bring back Zimbabwe to the global platform.
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President of Zimbabwe Feb 6
I have invited the leaders of all political parties to come together, without preconditions, to begin a process of national dialogue. Let us all put the people first and politics second.
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 28
I was appalled by today's report. That is not the Zimbabwean way. I have instructed that the individuals behind this be arrested and encourage all those impacted to contact the authorities and file an official complaint
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Prof. Mthuli Ncube Jan 25
Investor Forum in with over 80 Swiss and European companies. Discussed economic outlook, development plans and shared investment opportunities in . Zim business delegation engaged & forged new economic ties with European businesses.
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 25
Replying to @edmnangagwa
I am aware of the criticism of this decision, and we did not take it lightly. The measures were temporary, tactical and aimed at restoring the peace. This has been achieved, all restrictions have been removed and I look forward to continuing to freely engage on social media 3/3
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 25
Replying to @edmnangagwa
What we saw last week was the social networks being used to plan and incite disorder and to spread misinformation leading to violence. In response, the decision was taken to temporarily restrict access to prevent the wanton looting and violence, and to help restore calm 2/3
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 25
I believe deeply in freedom of speech and expression, and these rights are enshrined in our constitution. You only need to look at a newspaper or read my social media comments to see the level of criticism I get, and I welcome this 1/3
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Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Jan 25
There maybe be many fake accounts in HE President Mnangagwa’s name but is the legitimate voice of the President. Nothing goes on there but that which represents his views and positions on issues and that which he has explicitly cleared.
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 24
This afternoon, while paying a condolence visit to his family, I was proud to announce that Oliver Mtukudzi has been declared a national hero. Though he is no longer with us, his music will never die
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 23
Today we said goodbye to a true patriot. Oliver Mtukudzi, your voice has given us comfort during difficult times, and will remain with us for posterity. Rest in peace comrade.
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 21
Replying to @edmnangagwa
I invite leaders of all political parties as well as religious and civil leaders to set aside our differences and come together. What unites us is stronger than what could ever divide us. Let’s begin a national dialogue. Let’s put the economy first. Let’s put the people first 4/4
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President of Zimbabwe Jan 21
Replying to @edmnangagwa
Likewise, violence or misconduct by our security forces is unacceptable and a betrayal of the new Zimbabwe. Chaos and insubordination will not be tolerated. Misconduct will be investigated. If required, heads will roll 3/4
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