Mnangagwa, Chamisa talks will bring confidence to our new financial policies




Shingi Munyenza

ONE of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s advisors says once President Mnangagwa and his bitter rival, the MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, start to talk, the tension in Zimbabwe will be eased and this will bring confidence to our new financial policies.

Speaking at a breakfast meeting, hosted by The Institute of Charted Accountants Zimbabwe (ICAZ), on the implications of currency reforms on business, businessman and member of Mnangagwa’s Advisory Council, Shingi Munyenza said the country needs to deal with confidence deficit.

Munyenza said the country needs to deal with confidence deficit.

“Our nation is divided politically, so once we get President Emmerson Mnangagwa and MDC leader Nelson Chamisa to talk, we ease the tension and we bring confidence to our new financial policies,” he said.

Problems that the southern African nation is facing, Munyenza said, is bad governance, inconsistency policy framework and implementation, toxic politics, contested election results and bad human rights and freedoms record. He highlighted that, there is ineffective communication on policy and in some cases it’s just propaganda.

“When you broke trust you can’t continue to rely on propaganda you must deliver facts of what is going on.”

Source – Byo24