Mnangagwa to be President as Mugabe starts month long annual leave
President Robert Mugabe has started his month-long annual leave part of which will be spent outside the country.
Speaking to The Herald, Presidential spokesman, Mr George Charamba, said the leave involve official engagements such as the 28th African Union Summit from January 22 to 31 2017 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He said:
President Mugabe has started a month-long annual leave, part of which will be spent outside the country. The leave shall be interspersed with official engagements, including one which is related to the African Union.
Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be the Acting President.