Mugabe sworn in new ministers after major Cabinet reshuffle
News24 - Wednesday 11th October, 2017
Harare - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has sworn in new ministers, a day after a Cabinet reshuffle in which he stripped the justice ministry from a vice president accused of harboring presidential ambitions.
The eight new ministers who took office on Tuesday include Happyton Bonyongwe, the former intelligence chief who is now justice minister.
He replaced Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was once viewed a front-runner to succeed 93-year-old Mugabe but has been harshly criticised recently by the president and his wife for allegedly leading a faction angling for power.
Mnangagwa, a close ally of Mugabe since the 1970s war for independence from white minority rule, became vice president in 2014. He had held the justice portfolio since 2013.
Mugabe also appointed new finance and information ministers in this week's reshuffle.
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