Zimbabweans in Namibia won't go home yet...despite positive messages from Mnangagwa's government
January 31, 2018, 6:06pm
The unceremonious fall of long serving Robert Mugabe and a new administration may not be enough to move Zimbabwean expats and economic refugees, currently holed up in Namibia and the diaspora, back home, an investigation by The Villager can reveal.
A wind of change seems to be passing through Zimbabwe after Emmerson Mnangagwa took office, yet despite efforts to meet his countrymen in Namibia, Zimbabweans may not be going home anytime soon as they continue to demand more tangible economic and political reforms.
Mnangagwa has also been to Mozambique and South Africa and this past week was the man of the moment alongside his South African and Angolan counterparts at the World Economic Forum in Davos as he sought to heal the economic impasse between Harare and the rest of the world.